Snowmass Ski Area, Skiing

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Winter Activities & Services

With snowboarding, cross-country skiing, sleigh rides, dogsled rides, snowcat rides, snowshoeing and snowmobiling, there’s more to Snowmass than just Snowmass skiing, so you can fill your days with adventure. Read More

  • Consider an old-fashioned sleigh ride through the white landscapes
  • A snowmobile tour is always an exciting way to view the Snowmass area sights
  • Go cross-country skiing on Owl Creek Trail from Snowmass Village to Aspen
  • Have some Alaskan Huskies pull you on a dog sled through the Rocky Mountain forests

Overview

Snowmass Ski Area offers great skiing, with its 4,406 feet of vertical rise and more than 3,000 acres of skiable terrain. But there are many other non-skiing activities for the whole family that are sure to please. You can try cross-country or Nordic skiing, adventure out on a snowmobile, or even enjoy indoor or outdoor ice-skating. The excitement never ends.

Skiing & snowboarding
With a total of 137 miles of trails, the longest run is 5.05 miles and gives a thrilling rush. Snowmass has a total of 21 lifts which virtually guarantee that you stay on the slopes and not in lines.

Cross-country/Nordic skiing
Snowmass Colorado skiing is particularly wonderful when using the Nordic trail system. Linking Aspen and Snowmass Village, you can travel Owl Creek Trail through meadows, wooded areas, and valleys.

Snowmobiling
Traveling the snowy landscapes is great on a state-of-the-art snowmobile. There are snowmobile tours in the area where all equipment is provided, making it easy to experience a fulfilling and safe trip.

Snowshoeing
Whether striking off on your own or taking a guided tour, snowshoeing around Snowmass is a unique experience that you shouldn’t miss. Great exercise and you’ll also have some incredible views.

Sleigh rides
Skiing Snowmass is wonderful, but wait until you try an old-fashioned sleigh ride. A horse-drawn sleigh can be a romantic interlude that will be remembered for years to come.

Snowcat rides
A snowcat ride with a tour group is one way to discover the Rocky Mountain wilderness in its unspoiled state.

Dog sledding
You can enjoy a dog sledding tour around Snowmass. Being pulled along pristine white forests by Alaskan Huskies, just the sound of the sled whispering along, can be quite an adventure.

Ice skating
Both indoor and outdoor ice-skating are available around Snowmass. It’s a great way to loosen up in preparation for the slopes.

Clinics
During the winter season, you can take advantage of the clinics offered in Snowmass. They help a skier improve his or her skills with powder, steeps, terrain parks and more.

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