Aspen/Snowmass in beautiful Colorado is one of the most iconic ski destinations in North America.
If you’re looking for a premium ski experience, world-class dining and nightlife and fantastic high-end shopping, Aspen/Snowmass is where you want to be. The cosmopolitan town of Aspen, though relatively small, attracts thousands of tourists each year due to its trendy, sophisticated atmosphere. Neighboring Snowmass is internationally recognized as an irresistible destination for adventurous travelers who love mountain sports. This perfect harmony of luxury and fun is what makes Aspen/Snowmass a multicultural, year-round destination filled with exciting activities. There’s no way to not enjoy this wonderful place! And the resort is conveniently located less than 15 minutes from the Aspen/Pitkin Airport.
Four Mountains, One Great Skiing Destination
Aspen Skiing Company operates four ski areas in this incredible landscape: Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. This includes thousands of acres of land for skiing and snowboarding, as well as countless other activities, plus restaurants with fabulous views and exciting nightlife.A gondola from downtown Aspen takes you to the top of the mountain, with fantastic views along the way. Because of the drier climate, the snow here is soft and fluffy, making your experience even more pleasant. And with all the skiers in colorful outfits and armed with all the hottest gear, the atmosphere is much like that of a rock concert.
You will feel right at home at the ski and snowboard school at Aspen/Snowmass, where you can receive the most cutting-edge skiing and snowboarding instruction with a strong emphasis on safety. At Elk Camp Meadows in Snowmass, children as young as two and a half years old can learn to ski at the various kids’ programs available. For adults, there also different levels of instruction, available in various languages.
The Challenge Aspen Program offers access throughout the year for anyone older than four with physical or cognitive disabilities. It’s impressive to see how inspiring and rewarding adaptive skiing is for disabled visitors who don’t let their physical conditions limit their desire to glide down the beautiful snowy mountains.
Hike and Bike in Summer
During the summer, everyone is outside enjoying festivals, gorgeous weather and warm sun. Go hiking and mountain biking, or take a hot air balloon ride up into the clouds. Aspen/Snowmass has some of the best ski resorts and certainly the best quality of snow for winter sports – as well as great options for year-round fun.
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