Downhill Skiing

Aspen Mountain, put on the map in 1947, with famous black diamond mine dumps, aspen glades and cruising down Copper and Spar Gulch, it has it all! The Silver Queen Gondola only takes 15 minutes to rise 3,267′ vertical, an excellent choice on big powder days. It’s the place to be or be seen.

Highlands with Incredible views of the Maroon Bells and Pyramid Peak, an abundance of expert terrain as well as groomed cruisers, its no wonder it’s the Locals’ favorite Mountain for over 50 years. Hike to the peak of Highlands Bowl for some of North Americas ultimate inbounds big-mountain terrain. At the bottom check out Aspen Expeditions and get a pint and slice at the Ale House.

Buttermilk is perfect for beginners, families or the intermediate cruiser. The Winter X-Games left a 2-mile long terrain park and the world’s best super pipe for you to shoulder up to Olympic champions. Hiking up tie-hack is the local’s favorite exercise.

Snowmass is big, wide open and family friendly with fantastic cruising on the Big Burn. The Elk Camp Gondola gets beginners to be high up on the mountain for lessons. With 4,406 vertical feet, over 3,332 acres to explore, on 94 trails with 24 lifts and the longest run is more 
than 5 miles!