Aspen Snowmass: so many runs, so much variety, anywhere else this would be four separate vacations!
It’s not just one mountain. It’s Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. Decide which mountain fits your passion. Four choices and nearly 5,000 acres.
Snowmass, so many runs, so much variety – cruisers, steeps, glades, off-piste, terrain parks, superpipe and the longest lift-served vertical rise in the United States.Rising out of the heart of downtown Aspen and famous for its steeps, bump and incredible views, Aspen Mountain and its double-black and tree runs are fun for skiers and snowboarders alike.Known as the locals’ favorite mountain, Aspen Highlands features extreme terrain, groomed cruisers and breathtaking views of the Maroon Bells. For the ultimate ski/snowboarding experience, hike up and drop into Highland Bowl.
Home of the ESPN Winter X Games through 2014, Buttermilk is also a premier mountain for beginners. While experts frolic in the X Superpipe and terrain park, the rest of the family can cruise on the wide, rolling trails.
Aspen Snowmass. Experience the Power of Four.
- Vertical: 3,340 ft (1,020 m)
- Top elevation:11,440 ft (3,490 m)
- Base elevation: 8,100 ft (2,500 m)
- Skiable area: 1,815 acres (7.35 km2)
- Runs: 149
- 19% easiest
- 43% more difficult
- 38% most difficult
- Longest run: Centennial - 2.75 mi (4.4 km)
- Lift system: 17 total
- 2 gondolas
- 1 Chondola
- 10 high-speed quad chairs
- 1 triple chair
- 3 double chairs
- Terrain parks: 4