This picturesque, 7-bedroom Red Mountain home is located just off the Rio Grande and an easy walk to the Aspen core. Featuring lovely wood accents throughout, spacious, bright rooms and flooded with natural light, it offers guests gorgeous views of Aspen Mountain and the surrounding forest. Enjoy the private hot tub or sauna (or both!) after a day on the mountain, relax in front of one of the many wood-burning fireplaces, or take in the views and fresh air from the large decks located around the home.
Aspen is one of the first places in North America where backcountry skiing took hold and remains an incredible destination for backcountry skiers. Take a guided ski tour designed by highly trained and certified ski instructors that know this backcountry like the back of their hand.
This bucket list trip is a rite of passage for adventure seekers. The Bowl’s peak is located 12,382 above sea level and a 48-degree vertical climb but the picture worthy views at the end of the hike make it all worth it.
On the bottom of Little Nell on Aspen Mountain, you’ll find the go-to après ski restaurant in Aspen. Ski right into the outdoor patio and enjoy a bite to eat while basking in the sun and taking in the picturesque view of the Rocky Mountains.
Take a break from the slopes and enjoy the soothing mineral waters of the world’s largest hot springs pool. The Glenwood Hot Springs Resort features a group of mineral-based treatments promoting wellness and vitality, spa services, exercise classes and more.
Known for its black-diamond terrain, Aspen Mountain is not for the novice skier. It first opened in 1947 and has been known by locals as the veteran mountain ever since due to its challenging nature of most of the terrain.
Rising more than 14,000 feet, Maroon Bells twin peaks offers some of the most beautiful scenery in Colorado and is a favourite spot for hikers, wildlife watchers and photographers. If visiting in the summer or autumn months, explore the mountains wildlife, winding streams, and natural beauty on horseback.
Glide along an elevated, mile long track through a pine-tree forest on a single or double person sled. The ride starts with a 400-foot climb before riders hurtle down the mountain. Ride it during the day or at night and see the lights of the village.
Known as one of the United States’ best ski and snowboard school. Whether you’re learning to take your first turn or learning a new terrain, Snowmass Pro’s are there to share their knowledge and experience. Enjoy learning in a private lesson or as a group.
Complete your family winter getaway with sledding at the Aspen Recreation Centre. While sliding down the slopes you’ll have a view of the skiers and snowboarders riding down the Thunderbowl run on Aspen Highlands Mountain.
Snowmass is a natural outdoor playground, all year round. Explore the beauty of the Rocky Mountains on by foot or snowshoes during the winter months. Take a guided tour to the top of the Elk Camp Gondola to learn about the Rocky Mountains winter ecology and animals.