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About Aspen, Colorado

Aspen Snowmass' collection of ski resorts—Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass—and downtown Aspen provide the perfect opportunity to experience four unique vacations within minutes of one another. Aspen's quaint Victorian town and Aspen Mountain—the ski area that rises out of town—offer a glimpse into the West's storied mining-boom era, while Buttermilk provides less-seasoned skiers and snowboarders with welcoming, gentle groomers. Snowmass affords a slopeside allure that can't be denied, and fantasies become realities atop Aspen Highlands Bowl—it’s all there, it's all top-notch and it's all on just one lift ticket. The four resorts combined offer 5,517 total acres of terrain, eigh tparks and 336 trails served by 43 lifts. Few destinations can offer such varied terrain and experiences just minutes away.


…in downtown Aspen or Snowmass Village. Both provide perfect basecamps for an unforgettable ski trip.


…at a top elevation of 12,509 feet on an annual average of 300 inches throughout 5,547 combined acres.


…by flying directly into the Aspen airport (ASE) for easy convenience. Or fly in and hop in a rental car or shuttle from Grand Junction airport, Eagle County airport or Denver International Airport.


…breathtaking views of 14,000-plus-foot peaks: Pyramid Peak and the Maroon Bells.


…charming, historic downtown Aspen and the exhilarating nightlife.


…Aspen’s 100+ world-class restaurants.


…yourself to designer shopping and award-winning spas.


…cross-country skiing, snowmobiling, dog sledding and ice skating – just a few examples of Aspen’s many winter activities.

Ski Aspen Colorado

Beginner skiers will thrive at Buttermilk and Snowmass, both have beginner and kid-friendly facilities, and designated “learn to ski” zones designed for adults and children. All-in-all Aspen Snowmass is an intermediate skier’s heaven, since the overwhelming majority of all four mountains, aka the “Power of Four” terrain is designated as intermediate terrain. Beginner skiers, especially first-timers, are discouraged from skiing at Aspen Mountain, because there are no green trails.

On the flip side, expert skiing is what Aspen Mountain or "Ajax Mountain" and Aspen Highlands are known for. There’s no better place for top-to-bottom runs thanks to Ajax’ Silver Queen Gondola’s 3,267 foot vertical ascent. Aspen Mountain is famous for its long, steep mogul runs and challenging fall-line. Those with a spirit of adventure can also get their kicks by hiking the 700 vertical feet to the top of famed Aspen Highland Bowl. You’ll be rewarded at the Bowl’s summit with one Aspen Snowmass’ best views and an unparalleled off-piste experience.

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If you can see yourself sipping wine in the warm Colorado sun, gazing at Aspen's 14,000-foot peaks and indulging in one of Ski Country's best dining and nightlife scenes, make that vision a reality and book your ski trip to Aspen today. We're here to help you make the process easy as possible, and save you money with the industry's largest collection of lodging and lodging and lift ticket deals.



*based on the average of all Overall Experience ratings given in Traveler reviews.