Abundant in charm and terrain, Snowmass offers a bounty of discovery both on and off the mountain. It’s a place of unlimited potential.


Aspen Snowmass Ski Resort has an impressive 5,527 total acres spread across four mountains. Aspen Mountain's terrain caters exclusively to strong intermediate skiers and advanced skiers. Characterized by moguls and steep terrain, Aspen Mountain is not beginner territory. Snowmass is the largest of the four mountains and offers diverse terrain that caters to all skill levels making it perfect for families. Aspen Highlands tends to be less crowded but preferred by locals. The famous Highland Bowl offers visitors an inbounds backcountry experience of steep double-black diamond runs. Aspen Highlands also has a good amount of intermediate terrain. However, it does not have any green-level runs. Buttermilk's diverse terrain attracts both beginners and athletes. While the mountain's wide-open, gentle trails are ideal for those seeking mellow runs, its legendary terrain park is home to the Winter X Games and challenges athletes.


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    As a premier skiing destination, Aspen sets the bar high with its world-class selection of restaurants, hotels, shops, and bars. Aspen's lively social scene offers the best après-ski and nightlife in the area. Snowmass Village sits directly at the base of the mountain and offers a quieter atmosphere compared to Aspen. The village has plenty of dining, hotel, and shopping options and is only a short drive from downtown Aspen.

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    Ski & Snowboarding School

    Enjoy the mountain with more confidence and improve your skills with world-class instructors. Aspen Snowmass Ski & Snowboard School offers a variety of lessons to fit your needs.

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    Other Activities

    Aspen Snowmass has plenty of activities for those who prefer to stay off the slopes, including ice skating, sledding, snowshoeing, sleigh rides, snowmobiling tours, dog sledding tours, snowcat tours, and plenty more.

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