Ski Areas

Aspen Ski Areas

Ajax/Aspen Mountain

This is the place to see and be seen in Aspen. There is no better view of town then from the Gondola which will whisk you to the top in no time.  From there, you have numerous options to explore, as Ajax is known for its stashes that hold powder stashes long after a storm. The best part of skiing Ajax may be all the options for après ski at the end of the day. From the Ajax Tavern to 39 Degrees and the free hot tub, you’re sure to find a relaxing place to unwind after a big day on the slopes.

Aspen Highlands

For a long time, Aspen Highlands remained the “locals’ secret”, and it’s still where most people that live here head to on a big powder day. With relentless steeps and the fantastic Highlands Bowl, this mountain has all you can take. It’s not just for experts though, with plenty of mellower riding available on the lower mountain as well. Aspen Highlands is true Colorado gem not to be missed.


Buttermilk Mountain caters to two different groups of skiers and riders. On one hand, it has the most beginner friendly terrain, and is an excellent place to learn to ski, or to get reacquainted with the sport. On the other hand, it boasts one of the longest, coolest terrain parks in North America, and has been home to the winter X Games for many years running. You have to experience the incredible super pipe to really believe just how big it is!

Snowmass Village

Once considered the family resort, Snowmass has something for everyone. Miles of endless cruisers will keep the vacation crowd happy, while steep cliffs and chutes in the Hanging Valley area cater to the skiers looking to push their limits. With 3000 acres of terrain and over 4000 feet of vertical, Snowmass is one of the largest resorts in Colorado. Do not miss this mountain on a powder day!

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