Aspen Snowmass gives skiers and snowboarders 4 peaks to choose from with thousands of acres of skiable terrain and hundreds of trails for all skill levels.
With a summit elevation of of 12,510 feet, Snowmass boasts 4,406 vertical feet and 3,132 acres of terrain. There are 91 trails covering a distance of 147 miles with a longest trail of 5.3 miles. The trails are ranked 6% easiest, 50% more difficult, 12% most difficult, and 32% expert. Snowmass also has 21 total lifts to access all parts of the mountain.
Aspen Mountain sits at an elevation of 11,212 feet and has a vertical rise of 3,267 feet over 675 acres. The 76 trails target more experienced skiers and cover a total of 64 miles. The longest trail is 3 miles. The trails are ranked 0% easiest, 48% more difficult, 26% most difficult, and 26% expert. The trails are accessed by 8 lifts.
Aspen Highlands has a summit elevation of 11,675 feet and a vertical rise of 3,635 feet. 118 trails totaling 84 miles cover 1,028 acres of skiable terrain. The longest trail is 3.5 miles. The trails are accessed by 5 lifts. The trails are ranked 18% easiest, 30% more difficult, 16% most difficult, and 36% expert.
Buttermilk, host of the Winter X Games sits at 9,900 feet and has 2,030 feet of vertical rise. 44 trails cover 21 miles over 470 acres. The longest run is 3 miles. The trails are ranked 35% easiest, 39% more difficult, 26% most difficult, and 0% expert. Buttermilk has 9 lifts and its famous terrain parks boast over 100 features.
These 4 peaks will require more than one visit. Activities
Skiing (Downhill), Snowboarding
Trails in this System Spar GulchBear PawCampgroundPowderhorn RunGarrett GulchSlotSneaky'sNaked LadyLong ShotNorthstarRuthie's RunBroadwayTiehack TrailBurnt Mountain GladesThe Dikes (aka Cirque Dikes)GraniteMax ParkTrestleSheer Bliss
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