What Makes Snowmass Village Special
Snowmass Village is renowned for its welcoming, family-friendly, yet adventurous atmosphere. A village surrounded by a world-class ski resort that welcomes like-minded mountain adventurers is here to make mountain ambitions come true. Year-round opportunities are available for the young and old; find groups, guides, lessons, and more while visiting Snowmass Village
Snowmass Village Attractions
Snowmass Village festivals, activities, and on-mountain fun are the hallmarks of this scenic destination resort. Snowmass Village and the town of Aspen has an on-going roster of races, concerts, parties, cultural events, and more. Check the events calendar and make your visit even more full of reasons to have a great experience.
Winter at Snowmass
Wintertime at Snowmass Village
Winter at Snowmass will keep the whole family happy with epic ski terrain parks, pipes, wide-open groomers, bumps, and big mountain skiing. Enjoy 95% ski-in/ski-out lodging convenience to more than 3,332 ski-able acres, accompanied by several stylish and trendy options for dining, entertainment, and shopping. Take a closer look; what you don’t know may surprise you. Snowmass offers a variety of fun for your entire family!
Winter Activities at Snowmass Village
In addition to the huge ski/snowboarding resort and terrain parks. Here are some popular winter activities:
- Cross-country skiing – North America’s largest, FREE groomed Nordic trail system, connecting Aspen and Snowmass via the Owl Creek Trail, includes varied, entertaining ski trails. More about Nordic Resorts.
- Snowshoeing – follow a marked trail on Snowmass Mountain or sign up for a guided tour with a local naturalist.
- The Breathtaker Alpine Coaster – is a fun, safe, year-round adventure activity for the whole gang. Wind your way down on the coaster track through a scenic alpine forest.
Snow Tubing – a multi-lane tubing facility with lift access and lights for evening fun.
- Ullr Nights – on select nights during peak season, join in on the wonderland party celebrating Ullr, the Norse God of Snow.
- Snowcat Dinner Rides – jump on board a modern snowcat with your party and have a fantastic dinner in a mountaintop cabin.
- Naturalist Snowshoe Tours – join a guided snowshoe tour with a knowledgeable naturalist.
- Nastar – check out your alpine skiing skills on a designed course by Nastar.
- Aspen Powder Tours – explore the backcountry with an experienced guide and find some of the best powder stashes.
- Gondola Sightseeing Tickets – explore the mountains via a scenic gondola or chairlift ride.
Summertime – The Lost Forest
Summer at Aspen Snowmass
Visiting Aspen Snowmass in the summer invites you to explore even more ways to enjoy mountain activities and lifestyles.
- Hiking – of course, there’s plenty of hiking.
- Explore the Lost Forest – a mountain version of an adventure park that includes an extensive zipline canopy tour, a ropes challenge course, the Alpine Coaster, a climbing wall, hiking trails, a trout pond, and a disc golf course.
- Snowmass Bike Park – for mountain bike enthusiasts, this park facilitates beginners through advanced rides on designed downhill trails. Trails cover 2,897 vertical feet.
- Sightseeing Gondola & Chairlift Rides – quickly climb the mountain, take in views, and access free outdoor activities, miles of trails, and delicious on-mountain dining.
- Camp Aspen Snowmass – a summer camp for ages 5 – 15. Fostering a love for the outdoors and crafts.
- Paintball – it can get crazy, but have fun with an outdoor paintball campaign. Participants each have 300 washable and biodegradable paintballs to take out the opposition with.
- Climbing Wall – check out the Rugged Ascent Climbing Wall, which has 14 lanes with various routes and difficulties.
- Mountain-top Yoga – rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit with an all-level mountain-top yoga class.
- Visit the Maroon Bells – this is a popular must-see. Learn more about how to visit this pristine area.