One of the biggest perks of planning your Ski Trip to the Aspen / Snowmass area is that one lift ticket gets you access to all four of the areas World Class Mountains. All within a few miles of each other, you can start your day on AJAX (Aspen Mountain) and then head over to Snowmass for the afternoon then stay for a free concert. Here for a few days? You don't have to know which mountain will be your favorite when you buy your passes because you can go to all of them! Learn more below about what each one has to offer!
SNOWMASS At 4,406 vertical feet, Snowmass has the most in the country and is also known for its family-friendly atmosphere. Snowmass has 3,132 acres of terrain, 91 trails, 21 chairlifts and access to your choice of cruisers, glades, steeps, terrain parks and halfpipes, Snowmass was designed for all type of skier, from beginner to expert.
ASPEN Aspen Mountain is well known for its famous black-diamond terrain and its rich history. Aspen consists of a variety of glades, bumps, and steeps for the avid skier and it never shies away from a great apres event.
ASPEN HIGHLANDS With breathtaking 360-degree views of the Maroon Bells and an abundance of expert terrain as well as groomed cruisers, it’s no wonder Aspen Highlands has been the locals’ favorite for over 50 years. Hike the 12,392 feet to the summit of Highland Bowl for the ultimate inbound backcountry rush. Or take the Deep Temerity lift to access the recently-added 237 skiable acres. It all adds up to some of the most challenging big-mountain terrains in North America.
BUTTERMILK Buttermilk built its 50-year legacy on wide-open and gently rolling trails that cater to beginners and families. Today it’s famous for hosting the ESPN Winter X Games through 2012 and being voted #1 by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine Reader’s Poll for best park. The 22-foot superpipe in the legendary terrain park does not disappoint, as many X Games winners, Olympians, and up-and-comers can attest.