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Frias Properties offers a wide range of Aspen lodging for you and your travel group to choose from; gorgeous ski-in and ski-out Aspen condo rentals, economical studio accommodations, and fully appointed private vacation homes. Frias has more Aspen vacation lodging choices than any other travel company in the Aspen, Colorado area. Guests enjoy complimentary health club privileges, courtesy transportation to and from the Aspen airport, concierge services and 24/7 management services.

Our Aspen real estate professionals are intimately familiar with the entire Roaring Fork Valley. We focus on the details, so you can relax knowing we’ll find the property that’s perfect for you. Contact one of our Colorado real estate consultants to start the real estate process whether you are a property buyer or selling your home, condo or fractional ownership interest.

Jun 10 2014

Aspen Air Service Update for Summer 2014

Published by under Aspen News

Summer 2014 is shaping up to be one of the best summers in recent memory, with a slew of events and even more ways to get to Aspen! With full summer flight schedules, the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is going to be hopping this summer, with flights coming in from major carriers American and United.

In total, the Aspen airport will have a minimum of 14 flights daily this summer, and as many as 18 on Sundays. (The Sunday increase is due in part to extra nonstop scheduled from Chicago by United on select weekends later this summer. This week, our blog team gives us an Aspen air service update for 2014 so you can fly to Aspen and see what we are so excited about! Continue Reading »

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Jun 05 2014

Take the Bus – Riding the Bus Throughout the Valley, Events and Shopping

Published by under Local Interest

One of the best things about Aspen, Colorado, and the Roaring Fork Valley is the extensive bus system that is in place through the Roaring Fork Transit Authority (RFTA). Throughout the valley, riders have the opportunity to travel up-valley from Glenwood Springs through other towns like Carbondale, El Jebel, Basalt, and Snowmass Village, and end in Aspen. Or down-valley, going in the opposite direction. Continue Reading »

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May 28 2014

Everything You Need To Know about the Maroon Bells

Published by under Outdoor Activities

Just outside of Aspen, Colorado, tucked away in breathtaking White River National Forest lands, are two of the most photographed mountain peaks in North America – the Maroon Bells. Standing at more than 14,000 feet, the two peaks – part of the Elk Mountains – are known as Maroon Peak and North Maroon Peak. This week, our blog crew takes a closer look everything you need to know about Maroon Bells. Continue Reading »

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May 20 2014

We are on the Way!

Published by under Aspen News

One of the best ways to take in the splendor of the Rocky Mountains is from behind the wheel of your car! Driving in your car or RV across Colorado is one of the most scenic trips in the United States that anyone can take by vehicle. And – if you’re driving through – why not spend a night or two in the crown-jewel of Colorado: Aspen. There are a couple of beautiful journeys that will bring you to Aspen, but no matter which way you access this amazing mountain town, you’ll be glad you did. Continue Reading »

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May 14 2014

Discover Independence Pass

Published by under Local Interest

If you visit Aspen, Colorado, in the summertime, no visit is complete without a trip up Independence Pass, one of the most scenic passes in all of the United States. Independence Pass has an elevation of 12,095 at the summit. Located halfway between Aspen and Twin Lakes, visitors to the top of the pass can get a firsthand look at the Continental Divide. (Independence Pass is the highest paved crossing of the Continental Divide in the United States!) This week our blog team takes a closer look at Independence Pass and all that it has to offer. Continue Reading »

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