An Unforgettable Aspen Experience. Aspen and Snowmass Mountains, the Roaring Fork River, the Maroon Bells and diverse terrain surrounding these landmarks are home to world-class skiing, snowboarding, white-water rafting, hiking, fly fishing and mountain biking. Experience the great outdoors, dine at renowned restaurants in Aspen, unwind at a world-class spa, or shop and gallery-hop to your heart’s content. For more information regarding indoor and outdoor Aspen activities, contact our concierge at (855) 331-7213.
A FEW OF THE MANY WAYS
To Enjoy Aspen
Downhill skiing and snowboarding at Aspen’s four exceptional mountains is the reason the world comes here to play for several months out of the year. Whether you’re a beginner or an expert, make trails on Aspen’s scenic slopes.
White Water Rafting
After the snow melts, Aspen’s mountain location makes for truly majestic, roaring rivers. Experience the thrill and camaraderie of navigating rapids big and small while taking in stunning natural surroundings.
For an adrenaline-filled expedition, experience Aspen’s famed slopes on a mountain bike. Traverse miles of downhill and cross-country trails suited to your ability, some only reachable by gondola or chair lift.
There’s no better way to explore Aspen’s canyons, mountains, rivers and wildflower-strewn meadows than from above. Flights are offered year-round, lift off just after sunrise and last anywhere from 30-75 minutes. Your incredible family adventure or romantic escape usually concludes with breakfast, hot drinks and a champagne toast.
Heli-ski from the highest peaks of the San Juan Mountains and feel the rush of a lifetime. Imagine the excitement as you fly to 12,000 vertical feet and drop into fresh, untouched snow. Thrill-seekers delight in single or multiple day trips with Telluride Helitrax which include all the gear you would need including an experienced guide to lead you on your journey..
The mountains surrounding Aspen/Snowmass are world-famous for their beauty and sublime hiking. The hikes that the area offers are endless and can be accessed right from town or simply a short drive. Hiking is probably the most accessible way for visitors to get in touch with nature. Whether you choose to go it alone or use a guide, there is literally a hike for every age and ability.