Spring in Aspen means snowmelt is in full swing, lending a lovely green awakening to our beautiful mountain landscape. Though the melting and run off is great for the flora and fauna, it can make for some muddy trail conditions during the months of May and June. With careful planning, there are plenty of options to get out and enjoy hiking and biking during this time while avoiding still-sticky trails. Sun-exposed trails and dry roads will allow you to enjoy the burn of a good climb on foot or a bike.
Fresh Powder in Aspen! Enjoy activities on and off the mountain in Aspen.
Three plus feet of snow have fallen on the Aspen Mountains in the beginning of March. This means one thing, March has arrived like a lion and our ski town doesn't mind! Get your skies waxed for spring skiing, lather on the sunscreen and get ready to shush down the mountain. Sounds great if you're a skier or snowboarder, right?!
Deluxe Rooms featuring a wood burning fireplace and in room jacuzzi tub in room at Molly Gibson Lodge. With countless romantic opportunties to show your loved one what they mean to you, a few are highlighted below.
Extreme snow sports athletes are returning to Aspen January 22 - 25, 2015! This year will feature snow sports, video game competitions, concerts, VIP areas and some of the best people watching anywhere.
12 Days of Aspen from Saturday, December 20th - Wednesday, December 31st. FREE events throughout the Town of Aspen will have youngsters and adults smiling and giggling during this festive time of the year. Sip hot chocolate, ice skate, enjoy a story at Teddy Bear Story Hour, ring in the New Year with dinner, live music and fireworks. With countless events during 12 Days of Aspen, check out some of the highlights below: