Aspen Snowmass is a ski resort comprised of four different mountains (each within a short drive of each other) in the Roaring Fork Valley of central Colorado. By air, it is accessed via the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport, which is just minutes from the slopes, offering direct flights from around the United States. Anchored by two incredible towns—Aspen and Snowmass Village—the resort offers 5,500+ acres of skiing and riding, world-class dining and shopping, and the perfect opportunity to revive and restore your mind, body, and spirit. Content courtesy of

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Destination Highlights


Snowmass Village, Colorado is a year-round mountain paradise with activities ranging from world-class skiing and hiking, IMBA Gold-Level mountain biking trails, plus special events. Kids can enjoy camps, pools, hot-air ballooning or one of the best free music scenes around.

By far the largest of the four mountains, Snowmass offers the greatest options for terrain, winter activities, and on-mountain dining. With something to offer each visitor, regardless of their skill level or age, Snowmass has unlimited potential. Content courtesy of

Things To Do

Head out and enjoy the best of what the Rocky Mountains have to offer during any season. The hardest part will be deciding what to do first between hiking, biking, golf & tennis, or if it’s winter cross country skiing, carriage rides, ice skating, snowmobiling, snowshoeing, or snowboarding. Content courtesy of

Food & Culture

Aspen’s restaurant scene rivals that of larger metropolitan cities, with culinary options to suit any palate. Its offerings are a celebration of local ingredients and international flavors, featuring a vast variety of cuisines. For more personal evenings, Aspen’s catering and personal chefs as well as delivery services and dining guides are at your beck and call. Grab a bite to-go to take with you on an adventure, people-watch with a glass of rosé on a restaurant patio, take a horse-drawn sleigh to an isolated cabin in the woods or enjoy a meal at one of the many restaurants downtown. Round out a day in Aspen with live music, local beer, or a dance party with the locals.

From a Ute Indian summer hunting camp, to a silver mining town, to a ski resort, Aspen’s rich history sets the foundation for it to become an international destination. Discover the varied history that has shaped Aspen and its character.

Originally a summer hunting camp for the Ute Indians, Aspen’s first white settlers, mostly miners, arrived by 1870 in search of silver. Mining was a fruitful venture for Aspen’s early settlers but, did not come without hard work. Soon, town “boomed” and rapidly became home to over 12,000 residents. However, just as soon as the wealth was ushered in, the repeal of the Sherman Silver Act of 1893 caused Aspen to “bust,” and town entered what is known as “The Quiet Years” with the population dropping to less than 1,000.

By the late 1940’s, both skiing and aspen’s modern day founders, Walter and Elizabeth Paepcke arrived in town. The Paepcke’s had a vision for a community that embodied Mind, Body and Spirit, which helped Aspen to begin a civic and cultural renaissance which is alive today as “The Aspen Idea.” Content courtesy of

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