Nothing is more festive than the Colorado high country at holiday time, and the quaint town of Aspen embodies the epitome of Colorado holiday spirit. Snow flies, families gather and people are overjoyed to enjoy skiing, winter and endless holiday activities.
The following article was posted on The Oregonian
on November 11, 2012. Written by Christopher Broderick.
Photo Credit: Aspen Ski Co
Aspen Spins its Image
Once an exclusive ski destination for the rich, the Rocky Mountain resort had no choice but to reach out to the masses
Aspen, Colorado remains one of America's finest ski resorts - typically thought of as high-end, rich, luxurious, and inaccessible to the masses. But, to us local folk, it is home - a place of comfort, a place of tranquility, where we work, where we play. And, where we LOVE our comfort food - in particular, Mac & Cheese. Check out tips and tricks on how to make your own:
The world’s fastest women skiers will once again take Aspen Mountain by storm over Thanksgiving weekend for the 2012 Audi FIS Ski World Cup at the Nature Valley
Aspen Winternational. Spectators near and far are invited to the base of Lift 1A on Aspen Mountain to enjoy prime viewing of the finish line from the grandstands.
Our favorite time of year in the Town of Aspen is Opening Day! We are buzzing with excitement for the 2012-13 ski and snowboard season, beginning in less than two weeks. Opening Day is quite an event in Aspen, and we are lucky to get this rush 3 times with 3 opening days for 4 mountains!
If you've ever been to Aspen, you know it is always jam-packed with events and activities
all winter long while you’re on your Colorado ski vacation. It's difficult to choose from the wide variety of things to do for people of all ages. In addition the annual winter events
that happen here, read on to see what's going on this month: