Public transportation in Aspen helps people enjoy the whole valley in both seasons. The Roaring Fork Transit Authority (RFTA) provides free transportation from Aspen to Buttermilk Mountain, Snowmass Mountain and Aspen Highlands. It also provides service to Maroon Bells and Woody Creek, and downvalley destinations such as El Jebel, Basalt, Carbondale and Glenwood Springs. In […]
The Aspen Mountain experience continues to get better and better in the more than 65 years since the first chairlift was installed on the mountain. Today, Aspen Mountain serves up a vertical smorgasbord of skiing and snowboarding options that include double-black and tree runs as well as groomed and also intermediate cruising runs under Ruthie’s and […]
More than 60 years after dedicating the first chairlift on Aspen Mountain, the Aspen/Snowmass experience continues to get better and better. With 4 mountains, 43 lifts, 5 terrain park, 3 pipes and more than 5,300 recreational acres, no other resort in the world offers so much.
If you decide to drive to Aspen, Colorado, there is some important information you need to know about parking in town. There are very strict parking rules, and sometimes they can get confusing. So below, we take a closer look at all types of Aspen parking: downtown, residential, Rio Grande, Brush Creek and carpool rules.