Not all our winter visitors are skiers or snowboarders, and there are plenty of things to do for people who don't want to click in (or strap in) while they're on vacation. Whether you're looking for alternative snow activities or snowless options, there are plenty of ways to explore Aspen without ever hitting the slopes.
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Read the Aspen, Colorado Vacation Blog to learn more about this destination and gain insights to help you plan the best vacation you’ve ever had in the Rocky Mountains. Month in and month out you will find fresh information about everything from recreation to nightlife, shopping, transportation, arts and culture and so much more.
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As we approach opening day, we have a flurry of news to share about Aspen Snowmass and the coming season. Learn about our new and renovated vacation rentals, airport news, on-mountain operating plans, cultural happenings, and restaurant openings.
When is the best time of winter to visit Aspen? We contend that January should be at the top of your list this year! With high probability for great snow, few crowds, and our best lodging deals, January is a special time of the ski season!
Winter in Aspen is not one long snowy stretch. Instead there are many seasons within the ski season. Discover the character, events, and snow conditions of each one.
Aspen Snowmass skiers now have a variety of options for accessing our four ski areas, all of which should be purchased in advance. Read on to understand the differences between lift tickets and ski passes to see which product is right for you.