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Aspen/Snowmass


Aspen/Snowmass photo by Harrison Buck

Aspen/Snowmass welcome skiers this season with safety protocols to keep you and your family safe and healthy. Social distancing, face coverings and occupancy limits on indoor facilities are strictly followed. Guests can avoid the ticket office by using the new Aspen/Snowmass Account Portal. The Aspen/Snowmass App allows guests the ability to purchase lift tickets, ski rentals and lessons online before arriving at the resort. The App guides you through the steps to complete confirmations, digital waivers and registrations. Guests can track skier days, trail reports, snow conditions, weather updates and parking lots and passholders have access to exclusive App Rewards.

Check out Snowmass' new on-mountain restaurants: High Alpine and the

Alpin Room for traditional mountain fare and Sam’s modern Italian restaurant and coffee bar at Sam’s Knob with sweeping views of the Elk Mountains.

Snowmass Base Village

The Snowmass Base Village continues to expand with new restaurants and shops around the Collective Snowmass community building, the Snowmass Limelight Hotel, and One Snowmass ski-in ski-out luxury residences. The Treehouse Kids Adventure Center houses children’s ski school, rentals and childcare all under one roof. The center has been redesigned for better flow to help parents and kids get out on the hill faster and safely.


Aspen/Snowmass photo by Thomas O’Brien

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By Rich Silver

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