We are eager to welcome our homeowners and visitors to Aspen this winter. Our updated safety protocols are honed, and our winter attractions have been modified to proactively protect the health of our visitors and residents.
Please review the public health requirements below, and select either our Visitor Resources or Homeowner Resources for information about what to expect in Aspen this winter. Our vacation rentals are subject to Pitkin County's informal gathering size restrictions, which limits groups to one household.
Personal gathering size is limited to 10 people from no more than two households. Our vacation rentals are subject to this restriction.
NEW TRAVELER AFFIDAVIT
In an effort to make Aspen as safe as possible for both our visitors and residents, Pitkin County Public Health now requires all non-residents, staying at least one night in Pitkin County, who do not meet an exemption to:
- Complete the Traveler Affidavit prior to arrival, which includes a negative COVID-19 test result for any persons 10 and above, that has been administered within 72-hours prior to your arrival to Pitkin County
- Be symptom free for 10 days prior to your travel
- Quarantine for 10 days if you have not completed a test
If your COVID-19 test result has not been received prior to arrival, travelers must quarantine until they receive a negative test result.
Failure to comply is a violation of the Pitkin County Public Health Order and may result in a $5,000 fine.
Exemptions include: people commuting for work or school, patients seeking or receiving medical treatment, and military personnel visiting at the order or directive of a federal or state military authority.
WEAR A MASK. Aspen has a mask requirement, so please be prepared to wear a face covering inside any public building or businesses and outside within the Mandated Face Covering Zone. Beyond the zone, you must also wear a mask outside when you may come within 6 feet of another person, and masks are required on all four Aspen Snowmass ski areas.