Winter & Spring

Colorado's Ski Town Paradise

Praised for fresh powder, minimal lift lines, a multitude of award-winning dining options, renowned cultural events, and a wide variety of off-mountain activities, Aspen’s winter and spring seasons are what sets it apart as a world-famous ski town.

Things To Doin Aspen

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    Après-Skiing & Dining

    After a long day of skiing, snowboarding, and mountain adventure, there’s nothing quite like cozying up at one of our onsite restaurants and bars for dinner and drinks or enjoying s’mores with the whole family.

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    Culture & Music

    From celebrating the Nordic lifestyle at the annual Wintersköl with a variety of exciting festivities to exploring a downtown winter wonderland with concerts, carolers, and free ice skating during the 12 Days of Aspen, there’s always plenty to do in Roaring Fork Valley.

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    Downtown Aspen

    During the winter and spring seasons, downtown Aspen is a cozy escape from the snowy mountainside. Balance your mind, body and spirit with one-of-a-kind shopping, world-class dining, and a truly unique local history and culture.

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    Skiing

    Thanks to our partnership with Four Mountain Sports, guests of Aspen Meadows Resort can receive their tickets, rentals, and lessons all at once. Learn to ski like a pro with private lessons, or hit the trails on your own at one of Aspen’s four renowned mountains.

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    Snowmobiling

    Whether you’re taking a snowmobile to the glacial peaks of Maroon Bells or simply enjoying the thrill of a high-speed ride, Colorado snowmobiling is always a good time. You won’t have trouble finding a scenic and exciting snowmobile trail to try out in Aspen.