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Aspen is one of the largest resorts in the United States. It has a reputation as a prestigious and expensive resort. This is partially true, but Aspen is accessible to people with a small budget, and the snow here is almost always guaranteed. Aspen combines four isolated ski areas - Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass. Together, they offer 125 mi of slopes for all tastes, both for beginners and experienced skiers, with a developed ski lift system. The highest peaks in the area are Maroon Bells (13,934 ft) and Pyramids Peak (13,796 ft). Aspen is a Victorian-style resort town located in the beautiful Roaring Fork Valley, with a huge number of restaurants, shops and many activities besides skiing.

 

  • Season opens: 28 Nov 2019

  • Season closes: 19 Apr 2020

 

 

HOW TO GET THERE

Aspen is located 220 mi west of Denver.

The nearest airports are Denver (220 mi) and Eagle (70 mi).

Three miles from Aspen and six miles from Snowmass is Aspen/Pitkin County Airport also known as Sardy Field, where three airlines fly: American, Delta and United

From Denver, Chicago (O'Hare), San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas / Ft.

The nearest train station is Glenwood Springs, 40 mi from Aspen.

For your transportation www.Denver-Transfers.com the best choice.