Among the majestic Elk Mountains, Aspen has the formula for the perfect ski trip! A place that sets trends and combines winter sports and activities with the best of gastronomy, art galleries, luxury boutiques, vibrant nightlife, and plenty of hospitality. However, what is known as Aspen is actually a group of four mountains with over 300 interconnected trails serviced by an efficient shuttle system, each with its own personality and unique highlights, consisting of Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Highlands, and Buttermilk. In addition to skiing, enjoy après-ski, award-winning restaurants – including one with a Michelin star – shopping, sophisticated hotels, and plenty of attractions, whether it’s with a partner, friends, or the whole family!


Northern Hemisphere November to April


Base - 8,104 feet
Top - 12,510 feet


6% - Beginner
37% - Intermediate
17% - Advanced
40% - Expert




Back Country Skiing
Day Care For Little Ones
Gourmet Restaurant
Ice Skating
Movie Theater
On Mountain Dining - Regular Lift / Gondola Access
Shopping Area
Ski School
Snow Roller Coaster


In the village, standout spots include Matsuhisa, Betula, Element 47, and the newest star in the region: Bosq, which focuses on fusion of international cuisine using local and seasonal ingredients. On the mountain, Sundeck at Aspen Mountain offers fast meals with a view. At the base, Ajax Tavern is the après-ski spot at The Little Nell. And since we're talking about Aspen, although not exactly located there, it's impossible not to mention the bustling après-ski scene at Cloud 9, located in Highlands.


From yoga at the mountaintop to activities such as ice skating, snowmobile tours, sleigh rides, rock climbing, tubing, and guided snowshoe hikes led by experts. In the city, there are performances at the Wheeler Opera House, contemporary exhibitions at the Aspen Art Museum, and the historic Isis Theater shows classic and new release films. For those seeking relaxation, the Remède Spa within the St. Regis hotel offers beautiful massage rooms, relaxation lounges, a heated pool, and a sauna.


In addition to international brands such as Dior, Gucci, Prada, Louis Vuitton, and Ralph Lauren, Aspen has local shops offering winter and ski gear, such as Gorsuch and Aspen Fur & Shearling, as well as clothing and accessories with a touch of the Old West, like Kemo Sabe, and designer boutiques like Maison Ullens. Not to mention the traditional ski clothing store, AspenX, which offers a limited edition line inspired by the energy and vibrant atmosphere of the season in partnership with Prada.


The happy hours, or après-ski, are famous in the region. At the base of Aspen Mountain, the Ajax Tavern is a classic, with lively afternoons filled with champagne and truffle french fries and the deck at Cloud 9 at the top of the Aspen Highlands mountain turns into a great party on sunny days. For a night out on the town, Escobar stays open until the late hours.


Aspen Airport: 4 miles
Eagle Airport: 69 miles
Denver Airport: 221 miles


Lodging Options

Aspen Square Condominium Hotel

A two-minute walk from the lift, the hotel is ideal for those looking for the comfort of a fully equipped apartment and enjoy shopping in the center’s markets to prepare meals at home. It has a living room with a fireplace, comfortable rooms and balconies overlooking the mountains. The common…

Limelight Hotel Aspen

With a helpful team and a family-like atmosphere, the hotel offers spacious rooms with contemporary decor and a complete leisure structure including a pool, jacuzzi, and gym. Among the services offered are airport transfers and daily breakfast included. The restaurant, The Lounge, not only provides coffee, après-ski, and dinner but…

The Gant

The Gant offers the comfort and privacy of a condominium at the base of the Aspen mountain, with upscale hospitality style, staff, and services. It is ideal for tourists, both domestic and foreign, who want the best ski slopes in Aspen, in one of the town’s best location. Facilities include…

The Little Nell

One of Aspen’s most emblematic hotels, The Little Nell offers a collection of unbeatable attributes, starting with its ski-in/ski-out access to Aspen Mountain and the ski concierge, which takes care of equipment for the guests and books special classes and tours. The accommodations are spacious and carefully decorated with details…

The St. Regis Aspen Resort

Inspired by elegant 19th century mountain homes, the luxurious St. Regis has sophisticated decor, including furniture by Ralph Lauren and marble bathrooms. The hotel has great restaurants like the Velvet Buck, for modern American cuisine made with local ingredients, and Mountain Social Bar & Lounge, for stylish après-ski, plus a…

W Aspen

Next to the Silver Queen Gondola, W Aspen is one of the trendiest options in the city. With a super modern and bold design, the hotel enlivens Aspen’s social scene with The Living Room restaurant, open all day, the 39° bar with inventive snacks and cocktails, and the WET deck…