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Welcome to Snowmass Village!

Snowmass Village, nestled in the heart of the Colorado Rockies, is a captivating mountain destination that offers a blend of natural beauty, outdoor adventures, and a welcoming community atmosphere. With its stunning landscapes, diverse recreational opportunities, and charming village setting, Snowmass Village is a year-round haven for visitors seeking both relaxation and excitement.  To view our Snowmass Village FAQs, please click here.

Photography credit: Snowmass Tourism Sam Ferguson
Photography credit: Snowmass Tourism Jeremy Swanson
Photography Credit: Snowmass Tourism Sam Ferguson
Photography credit: Snowmass Tourism Tamara Susa
Photography credit: Snowmass Tourism Jeremy Swanson


Outdoor Recreation: Snowmass Village is renowned for its exceptional ski resort, Snowmass Mountain. With over 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, it's a winter paradise for skiers and snowboarders of all levels. The resort also transforms into a hub for summer activities, including hiking, mountain biking, and horseback riding. The surrounding White River National Forest provides ample opportunities for exploration.

Family-Friendly: The village prides itself on being family-friendly, offering activities like the Lost Forest adventure park, complete with a climbing wall, alpine coaster, zipline, and more. Kids and adults alike can enjoy the vibrant mountain environment.

Cultural Experiences: Snowmass Village hosts a variety of cultural events throughout the year, from concerts and festivals to art exhibitions. The Anderson Ranch Arts Center is a renowned institution that offers workshops and exhibitions, contributing to the area's creative atmosphere.

Après-Ski and Dining: After a day of outdoor activities, the village comes alive with a range of dining options, from cozy mountain eateries to upscale restaurants. The après-ski scene is vibrant, providing a perfect way to unwind and connect with fellow adventurers.

Natural Beauty: The Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, located nearby, showcases some of the most breathtaking scenery in the Rockies. The Maroon Bells, two majestic peaks, are iconic and offer stunning photo opportunities.

Wellness and Relaxation: Visitors seeking relaxation can indulge in the village's wellness offerings, including spas, yoga classes, and wellness retreats that make the most of the serene mountain setting.

Year-Round Appeal: While winter is famous for skiing, Snowmass Village remains active throughout the year. Spring, summer, and fall bring a range of outdoor activities, including fishing, rafting, and exploring the vibrant fall foliage.

Community Spirit: Snowmass Village maintains a strong sense of community, making visitors feel welcome and at home. The friendly locals and inclusive atmosphere contribute to the village's charm.


Sandwiched between I-70 and Independence Pass and just west of Aspen, Snowmass Village can be accessed via State Highway 82.  The village is most commonly travelled to (on wheels)via Brush Creek Road.  

Driving to and from Snowmass Village is easy in the summer, but a little more limited in the winter, once Independence Pass closes for the season (typically in late October). You can take either I-70 to US 24 and take State Highway 82 over Independence Pass, or I-70 from Denver to Glenwood Springs, where you will take State Highway 82.  Bursh Creek Road is easily accessible from Highway 82.

Flying to Aspen Snowmass is also quite simple. The closest airports are:

  • Aspen/Pitkin County Airport – ASE (3 miles from downtown Aspen)
  • Denver International Airport – DEN (220 miles from Aspen via I-70 and Colorado 82)
  • Eagle County Airport – EGE (70 miles from Aspen via I-70 and Colorado 82)
  • Grand Junction Regional Airport – GJT (125 miles from Aspen via I-70 and Colorado



Guests of Frias Properties have access to our concierge services to help you plan the ultimate Aspen Snowmass vacation.  Our services include dinner reservations, procuring lift tickets/ski passes, booking events, childcare referrals, and more. 

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