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Social Distancing Activities in Aspen

Even during normal times, Aspen is a rare destination that offers plenty of space to enjoy nature at a distance from other people. With social distancing at the top of most visitors' minds, we have compiled a list of the top 5 activities to avoid crowds and still experience the best of Aspen.

Aspen, Colorado has numerous locales ideal for collecting content and adding clout to your social media accounts, especially Instagram. Find out which are our favorite spots for Instagram worthy photos.

Not everyone is a skier, and skiing is not the only way to enjoy Aspen winters. Whether you're looking for alternative snow activities or snowless options, there are plenty of ways to explore Aspen without ever hitting the slopes.

Just as learning the fundamentals of skiing is critical to excelling, attempting to grasp the unique ski-speak is part of immersing yourself in the sport. Check out some of the terms locals and ski bums use in casual conversation as well as on the slopes.

Once a fringe winter sport, uphill skiing is now one of the fastest-growing winter activities, according to Snowsports Industries America. In Aspen, it has been fully embraced by locals, guests, innovative gear companies, and the Aspen Skiing Company.

The ski town of Aspen, Colorado may be small, but our apres-ski scene is BIG and is as much a part of mountain-town culture as skiing itself. Whether your ideal apres ski is a champagne-fueled dance party or a local hangout with a cold beer, you will find it here in Aspen.

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The Aspen community organizes festive events and activities to celebrate the 12 days surrounding Christmas, Hanukkah, and New Year's Eve. Learn about our favorites and which ones you won't want to miss!

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