There is never a dull moment when the sun goes down in Aspen, Colorado.
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A mountain mecca of shopping, art, nightlife and outdoor activity, Aspen offers something for everyone. But exactly how do you go about planning the perfect Aspen luxury ski vacation?
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The Ritz-Carlton Club at Aspen Highlands is only five minutes from the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport, 20 minutes from Snowmass, two hours from Vail and Vail-Eagle Airport, two hours from the Ritz-Carlton Club at Bachelor Gulch and four hours from Denver.
The Silver Queen Gondola in Aspen is open to summer and winter riders, ferrying them up 3,267 feet to the top of Aspen Mountain. Learn more.
Summer or winter, the Ritz-Carlton Club at Aspen Highlands is the perfect getaway. Enjoy the sparkling amenities and luxury that the Ritz offers. The Ritz-Carlton Club sits at the foot of a 12,500-foot mountain with stunning views and 125 trails. This ski-in/ski-out village is surrounded by terrain for every class of skier and includes the legendary Highland Bowl.
Even though downtown Aspen is small in area, there are plenty of things to do. A large portion of what is considered "downtown" in Aspen is a pedestrian walking mall, and motorized vehicles are not allowed.
Frias Properties offers a wide selection of 1-bedroom to 4-bedroom condominiums at the Chateau Eau Claire and Chateau Roaring Fork with river views, pool and hot tub access, and only a short walk to the gondola and downtown Aspen. Units are rated economy to deluxe, and designed to fit any price range.
As we pass the halfway point of the 2013 Aspen real estate market, the market continues to favor the buyer, although less so than at any point since the market bottomed in 2009.
The Chateau Chaumont and Chateau Dumont offer an excellent downtown location and amazing lodging selections for any price range. Here, you'll find two-bedroom and three-bedroom condominiums available, rated standard to deluxe.