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Top Snowmass Facts You May Not Know

While you may have heard of Snowmass in reference to its epic skiing and snowboarding, you may not know all the details about what makes this destination truly special. From catering to the kids to offering equally as impressive adventures outside ski season, there are many reasons to love this locale. Here are some top facts about Snowmass you may not know about the area!

There Are Daily Free Activities for the Kids

Keep the kids entertained and talking about your Snowmass vacation long after you’ve returned home. At Snowmass, you’ll find free activities for kids that occur daily during the winter, from roasting s’mores over the fire to being captivated at a magic show. The vacation is more relaxing for everyone when you stay in a place that caters to the kids as well as the adults!

Snowmass Is the Second Biggest Ski Area in Colorado

With over 150 miles of downhill trails and over 1,000 skiable acres, there’s plenty of room to roam at Snowmass. Easily beating out it’s Aspen counterparts when it comes to size, you won’t have to cover the same trail more than once if you don’t want to. With plenty of acreage comes plenty of personal space, without the crowded slopes you’ll find at other ski resorts.

Four Mountains Are Accessed with One Pass

When you ski or snowboard at Snowmass, you get the perk of having not just one mountain at your disposal, but four. A lift pass for Snowmass also covers Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk, providing even more acreage to perfect your turns.

Snowmass Is Great for Beginners

While most ski resorts do a good job at providing a mix of green, blue, and black runs, the beginner runs are usually at the bottom of the mountain with minimal views. But Snowmass thinks outside the box with its mid-mountain area at Elk Camp. Here, beginners or those who enjoy a gentle slope can cruise their way through green runs while enjoying epic mountain views. Then warm up at the adjacent Elk Camp Restaurant with a cup of hot cocoa.

Summer in Snowmass Is Equally as Epic

It may have snow in its name but finding things to do in Snowmass extends far beyond the winter season. This scenic mountain village is also the perfect jumping off point for mountain biking and hiking during summer months.

Snowmass Offers an Abundance of Slope-Side Accommodations

With nearly all Snowmass accommodations located slope-side, there’s no better place to stay for a front-row view to the best slopes and trails for both winter and summer activities! Browse our Snowmass accommodations here and contact us today after reading about these Snowmass facts.

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