Aspen/Snowmass

Overview

Aspen/Snowmass is not one single ski resort, but rather a family of four: Aspen Highlands, Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk, and Snowmass. Four adjacent mountains looming above Snowmass Village and Aspen in Colorado serve as homes for each respective resort. Aspen Highlands offers expert terrain, a 12,000-foot hike to its highest peak, and 237 skiable acres. Aspen Mountain offers skiers and snowboarders a mixture of black-diamond and backcountry skiing. Buttermilk is the family-oriented home of a 22-foot superpipe and the 2014 X Games. Snowmass boasts an astounding 4,406 vertical foot peak, 94 trails, 21 chairlifts, and plenty of off-mountain relaxation options

Information

The Ski & Snowboard Schools of Aspen/Snowmass employ seasoned professionals and offer programs for all age and ability levels. Buttermilk hosts the Aspen/Snowmass Freeskiing Open every February, attracting pros from around the world. The Bud Light Hi-Fi Concert Series, from mid-January to late-March, offers exciting live music in various styles that aim to please.

Price range

Rates for Lodging and Lift Tickets for all four resorts can be found here.

Best time to visit

Aspen Mountain and Snowmass are open from late November through mid-April, and Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk are open from mid-December through mid-April.

Near by POI

Spring Gulch, located in northwestern Pitkin County, Colorado, is free for cross-country skiers to use. St. Benedict's Monastery, also in Pitkin County, is where Trappist monks can be found living in high-altitude tranquility.

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