Snowmass - Ski Rental & Snowboard Rental
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Aspen / Snowmass Dining
Matsuhisa Aspen features traditional Japanese cuisine fused with ingredients commonly featured in Peruvian and Argentinian dishes. At Matsuhisa, you'll taste surprising yet delicious flavors and textures that will leave you quite satisfied.
Phone: (970) 544-6628
Address: 303 E. Main St, Aspen, CO
Aspen & Snowmass Lodging
Aspen Signature Properties is an excellent source if you want to secure a private home, townhome or condo for your trip to Snomwass, Aspen or Red Mountain. Spend your time in the Aspen valley in luxury, whether you prefer a ski-in ski-out location or a more secluded riverside getaway. Aspen Signature Properties works to get you in your ideal Snowmass and Aspen vacation rental.
Phone: (877) 544-8002
Address: 215 S. Monarch St., Suite #201, Aspen, CO 81611
Frias properties will find the best accommodations for your Aspen vacation. If you want to rent a home or condo in the Aspen area, Frias has a property that matches the specs you’re looking for – whether you want the convenience of a ski-in ski-out condo or the charm of home downtown.
Phone: (970) 920-2000
Address: 730 E Durant Ave, Aspen, CO 81611
In addition to real estate listings, Whitman Fine Properties has an extensive selection of Aspen condo rentals for those looking to enjoy the Aspen lifestyle during a vacation. The Whitman concierge remains attentive during your entire stay, ensuring that you have all of the information you’ll need on everything from activities to shopping and dining in Aspen.
Phone: (970) 544-3771
Address: 210 East Hyman Ave, Suite 101, Aspen, CO 81611
At the Fasching House you get the best of both worlds - slope-side convenience and downtown vitality. The amenities of this property in the Galena Street neighborhood of Aspen are extensive, making it a great place to unwind after a day on the hill.
Phone: (970) 920-2010
Address: 747 South Galena St, Aspen, CO 81611
For any questions you may have about Aspen and the surrounding area, the Aspen Chamber is an excellent resource. Check out their website for upcoming events, information on local businesses and interesting things to see & do during your visit to Aspen. Whether you’re visiting for the skiing or biking, Aspen is a world-class mountain town and the Chamber will help you extract the most from its unique culture.
Phone: (970) 925-1940
Address: 425 Rio Grande Place, Aspen, CO 81611
When you visit Aspen there’s no need to get behind the wheel of your car. Let someone else do the driving. High Mountain Taxi services the Aspen and Snowmass areas 24/7, so you’ll never be stranded and you’ll always get to your destination safely.
Phone: (970) 925-8294
Aspen & Snowmass Services
If you need an event catered during your stay in Aspen or Snowmass, Gourmet Girl on the Go does an excellent job. Whether you’re hosting a dinner party with friends and family or throwing a wedding, Gourmet Girl will make sure there’s excellent food on the table. Beyond catering, Gourmet Girl offers Aspen cooking classes and culinary tours. After enjoying in-room ski rental fittings by Door 2 Door Ski Rental delivery, relax to a catered gourmet meal from Gourmet Girl.
Phone: (970) 205-9328
If you need a locksmith, for whatever reason, during your stay in Aspen, Alpine Locksmith will help you out.
Phone: (970) 379-9145
After a long day of travel, you've arrived and finally checked into your Aspen/Snowmass accomodations. Don't even think about venturing out for your ski rental gear. Door 2 Door by Christy Sports will deliver and custom fit top quality, performance ski gear in your lodge. Your vacation time is precious! Let us keep it that way.
Your Aspen ski vacation time is valuable and you want to make the most of it. At Door 2 Door, we understand! Don't waste your time standing in lines when you can have high-quality performance ski and snowboard gear custom fit in the comfort of your vacation lodging.
Aspen/Snowmass Ski Resort Information
Snowmass / Aspen
Encompassing four mountains, Aspen Snowmass is a playground for the adventurous. Visitors can experience Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk all within minutes distance. From deep powder terrain to quirky characters, this place ignites something within, something daring and dauntless. With just over 5,500 acres of skiable terrain between the four mountains, Aspen Snowmass collectively form one of the most famous winter resorts in the world, and is sought-after a destination for visitors from all over the world.
At Snowmass, you could spend your entire trip skiing and riding its terrain without covering the same ground twice. With 3,332 acres of skiable terrain and 4,406 feet of vertical rise, Snowmass captures all abilities of skiing / riding from the expert terrain of Burnt Mountain Glades, High Alpine and the Cirque, to the long blue groomers to the impressive beginner facilities for newcomers and families. Snowmass is made up of 6% Easiest green trails, 47% More Difficult blue trails, 17% Most Difficult black diamonds, and 30% Double Black Diamond trails.
Of course, there is so much more to Snowmass than just awesome terrain. Visitors can stick around and explore Snowmass Village for all its events, family activities, fine dining, and home to one of the largest music festivals in Colorado.
Boasting “Legendary for a good reason,” Aspen Mountain is known for hosting an array of World Cup races. Again this year, Aspen Mountain will be home to the 2017 Audi FIS World Cup Finals. With 675 skiable acres and 3,267 feet of vertical terrain, this mountain is not for the faint of heart. Rather for the more challenging, adventurous skier, Aspen Mountain has 0% Easiest green runs, 48% More Difficult blue runs, and - divided almost equally – 26% Most Difficult black diamonds and 25% Double Diamond expert runs.
At Aspen Mountain, you can ski down the same runs that host World Cup races, ride through gladed powder stashes, or chase after the snow cat-towed Oasis Champagne Bar. And all of this is just steps away from downtown Aspen. No wonder this mountain is a called a legend.
Of the four mountains, Aspen Highland may be the area’s best-kept secret by the locals and “in the know skiers.” This resort avoids the spotlight with its uncrowded slopes, from hiking the ridge to Highland Bowl to simply cruising along the mid-mountain groomers off the Cloud Nine chairlift.
On 1,040 acres of skiable terrain and 3,635 feet of vertical rise, Aspen Highlands offers 18% Easiest green runs, 30% More Difficult blue runs, 16% Most Difficult black Diamonds, and 36% Expert double diamond trails. Combine this with views over the valley and the snow-covered Maroon Bells, you will constantly be reminded of one thing: this is Colorado at its best.
Smallest of the four mountains, Buttermilk shares its space with freestyle skiers and riders, and beginners and families alike. Best known around the world for being home to the Winter X Games and the Red Bull Double Pipe event, the mountain has become an icon for freestyle riders and skiers, who hit up the Buttermilk Park to see what they’re made of. Buttermilk will again host the 2017 Winter X Games January 26th – 29th.
The mountain is also easy-going and welcomes beginners and families, boasting uncrowded beginner terrain and The Hideout, an innovative learning center for young skiers. Altogether, Buttermilk offers 470 acres of skiable terrain with 2,030 feet vertical rise, providing 35% Easiest green trails, 39% More Difficult blue trails, 21% Most Difficult black diamonds, and 5% double diamond expert runs.
Town of Snowmass Village
Tucked away in the Brush Creek Valley, the Town of Snowmass Village is home to the second largest ski mountain in Colorado with the most vertical feet of terrain in the United States and over 150 miles of ski trails.
Long before skiers and even early settlers discovered Snowmass’s Brush Creek Valley, the Ute Indians hunted, fished, and gathered wild foods here in the summers. The first European / non-natives explored the Elk Mountains as early as 1853. By the 1880s, ranches running sheep and cattle came to occupy the Brush Creek Valley. One of the most prominent ranchers, Charles Hoaglund, and his family emigrated from Sweden to Aspen during the silver crash and was hired to close down Aspen’s Smuggler mine. They acquired land in the Brush Creek Valley to raise cattle, sheep, wheat, and hay. Today, several buildings from his ranch have been incorporated into the renowned Anderson Ranch Arts Center.
It was in 1958, a ski area was born. Olympic skier Bill Janss began buying up ranches in the valley with an eye toward emulating the Aspen ski area’s success. By 1961, he owned six ranches at the base of Baldy and Burnt mountains and planned to build a ski area similar to a European-style ski community on 3,300 acres. In December of 1967, Snowmass-At-Aspen opened with five chairlifts, 50 miles of ski trails, seven hotels, and six restaurants. Lift tickets cost only $6.50! A decade later, the Town of Snowmass Village was incorporated, and the rest, as they say, is history.