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Things to Do in Aspen Snowmass

Things to Do in Aspen Snowmass

Aspen and Snowmass Village have more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Aspen and Snowmass Village is a year round playground for outdoor lovers. In Aspen and Snowmass Village through you can ski world class mountains in the winter and hike and bike through beautiful scenery in the spring, summer and fall. In Aspen and Snowmass Village you can biking on miles of roads and dirt trails and even put your bikes on several chairlifts and gondolas for downhill riding. Aspen and Snowmass Village has rafting in spring and summer when the snow melts. With warm days and cool nights and endless trails to hike or bike. Many outdoor and indoor concerts, some of the best restaurants in the world. Fun happening nightlife with big name bands. Here is a list of what to do in our great outdoors: Downhill skiing Cross Country skiing Snowshoeing Snowmobiling Sleigh Rides Sledding Ice Skating Jeep Tours Horseback Riding Fly Fishing River Rafting Road Biking Mountain Biking Chair Lifts and Gondola rides Hiking Rock Climbing Sight Seeing Frisbee Golf Golf Tennis More Activities

Mountain and Road Biking in Aspen and Snowmass

Mountain Biking. We have trails for all levels beginners to pros. Snowmass alone has over 50 miles of single track. For rode bikes many miles of roads with great scenery.

Hiking Aspen Snowmass

Smuggler a popular hike above Aspen

Fly Fishing Aspen Snowmass

Some more relaxing things to do

White Water Rafting Aspen Snowmass

White Water Rafting

Downhill Skiing Aspen Snowmass

4 areas on 1 lift ticket all within 12 miles of each other all connected by free shuttles. With Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Snowmass and Buttermilk there are over 5500 acres and something for every level of skier.

Cross Country Skiing Aspen Snowmass

Featuring over 60 miles of free cross country ski and snowshoe trails in, and between, Aspen, Snowmass, and Basalt. The Nordic Trail System welcomes skiers of all abilities on its immaculately groomed skate and classic trails. Trails are varied in terrain, offer expansive views, and are easily accessible. Dogs and walkers are welcome on designated trails only.