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Aspen Shopping

Aspen is a shopping haven in the mountains! Our small town has enough designer boutiques to rival Madison Avenue. Luxury shoppers will find themselves right at home among the racks at Gucci, Christian Dior, Prada, Fendi, Louis Vuitton, Ralph Lauren, and many more international brands on Galena Street.

Our locally owned shops and smaller boutiques add a unique mix to our downtown shopping scene. You can find sophisticated clothes for men and women at Aspen's oldest clothing store Pitkin County Dry Goods or chic outdoor wear at family-owned Gorsuch. Kemo Sabe is a great stop to check out Western wear, and every so often you'll find a few horses parked out front.

And there are plenty of gift and home stores to collect Aspen keepsakes. Amen Wardy, Paris Underground, and Chequers. Don't miss the quaint local bookstore in a Victorian house on Main Street--Explore Booksellers.

Aspen Saturday Market

The Aspen Saturday Market is open on Saturday from 8:30 a.m. - 1 p.m., June 20 to Sept. 5, 2020.

This summer, the market will only include agriculture and fresh food vendors. The market will be set up on Hyman Avenue and Hopkins Avenue, with one-way foot traffic on the south and north sides of the streets and a single entrance and exit access point on Galena Street. Vendors will be placed eight feet apart, and shoppers are required to maintain six feet of distance from one another. There is a 50-person limit, so you may have to wait to enter until another customer leaves. Dogs are not allowed.

Market administrators ask that shoppers visit vendors quickly and avoid lingering.