Aspen's Ski Resort Mountains
Aspen/Snowmass Resort encompasses 5,303 acres on four distinct
For a true ski-in/ski-out experience, book your lodging at The Inn at Aspen, located right at the base of Buttermilk Mountain.
Aspen Highlands is known as the locals' favorite thanks to a nice mix of expert terrain and groomed cruisers, coupled with incredible views of the Maroon Bells. This ski area offers 118 trails served by 5 lifts across 1,028 acres. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Aspen Highlands.
Aspen Mountain is known for its challenging terrain. In fact, you won't find a single green-circle run here. What you will find are 675 skiable acres of glades, bumps and steeps. Eight lifts serve Aspen Mountain's 76 trails, which range from more difficult to expert. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Aspen Mountain.
The most family friendly of the Aspen/Snowmass ski areas, Buttermilk offers perfectly groomed trails and gentle powder for beginners, as well as a ski and snowboard school. But, Buttermilk's not all bunny slopes. It has served as home of the legendary Winter X Games for more than a decade and has been voted #1 for best pipe and park by readers of Transworld Snowboarding Magazine. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Buttermilk Mountain.
Long rated one of the best family ski areas in North America, Snowmass covers 3,132 acres of cruisers, glades and steeps. There are 3 terrain parks, 1 beginner pipe, and a 22-foot-high superpipe. Explore our Travel Guide to learn more about Snowmass Mountain.