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Snowmass, CO Event Planning

Key Highlights

Hotels 8
Total Sleeping Rooms 717
Committable Sleeping Rooms* 254
Committable Meeting Rooms* 14
Largest Ballroom 3,650 Sq. Ft.
Average Hotel Room Rate USD $151
Average Daily Meal Cost USD $71
Average Weekly Car Rental USD $550
*Maximum for a single hotel

Snowmass, CO Things to Do and Attractions

Snowmass Skiing

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Snowmass is known for its spectacular skiing, thanks to its 3,132 acres of terrain, 91 trails along 147 miles and 21 chairlifts, as well as access to cruisers, glades, steeps, terrain parks and half pipes. What's more, at 4,406 vertical feet,

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Snowmass Mountain Biking

From beginner to expert, Snowmass has an extensive trail system with over 40 miles of scenic single track and roads to explore. A five-acre terrain course offers downhill thrills, jumps and berms to test your skill level. Head to the Discovery Zone

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Snowmass Fly-fishing

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Snowmass is one of the top fly-fishing destinations in the United States, as its home to two of five Gold Medal fly-fishing rivers located in the country. Situated in the center of the finest trout fishing in western Colorado, Snowmass is situated

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Snowmass Whitewater Rating

Snowmass visitors cam embark upon gentle, mild floats to strenuous, expert-level runs along the nearby Roaring Fork, Colorado and Arkansas Rivers. Snowmass features Class II through Class V rafting, accommodating beginner to advanced-level

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Anderson Ranch Arts Center

One of the most respected visual arts programs in the country, the renowned Anderson Ranch Arts Center is situated on a five-acre historic mountain ranch outside of Snowmass. As a learning community dedicated to creativity and growth, the center

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Krabloonik Dogsledding

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Snowmass visitors can enjoy a two-hour trip through the wilderness aboard Krabloonik Dogsledding's 10-dog handcrafted sleds. Sleds can carry two adults and one small child for scenic, thrilling rides that include open field runs to a 180-degree turn

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Eight K Restaurant (Viceroy Snowmass)

Housed in the sophisticated Viceroy Snowmass, Eight K Restaurant features rustic elegance and spectacular mountain views, as well as a center display kitchen and 87-foot glass bar. Entree choices include spicy lobster Bolognese with orecchiette and

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Artisan Restaurant & Bar (Stonebridge Inn)

Specializing in handcrafted, locally sourced cuisine, the innovative Artisan Restaurant & Bar features a sleek interior with exposed stone, hardwoods and large windows. Entree selections include hazelnut-crusted ruby red trout with brown sugar

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Il Pogio Ristorante

Located in Snowmass Village Mall, Il Pogio Ristorante serves traditional Italian fare in a warm, romantic setting. Entree choices include ravioli with goat cheese and sweet potato filling in a hazelnut cream sauce, grilled Berkshire pork t-bone with

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The Edge Restaurant & Bar

Housed in the Timberline, The Edge Restaurant & Bar is run by award-winning chef James Mazzio. Specializing in contemporary American fare, The Edge crafts such entrees as baked Alaskan cod with potato gnocchi, Brussels sprouts, pancetta and

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Lynn Britt Cabin

The Lynn Britt Cabin is an elegant log cabin on the slopes near the Burlingame lift. Known for its panoramic mountain views and snowcat-ride dinner events, the intimate restaurant features seating for just 65 guests for private events in the winter,

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Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center

The family-friendly Treehouse Kids' Adventure Center is a 25,000-square-foot, nature-themed facility designed for kids of all ages. The center shares the wonder of Snowmass in fun, educational ways, offering six interactive rooms and a climbing gym.

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Snowmass Ice Age Discovery Center

Snowmass was put on the paleontological map in 2010 with the accidental discovery of juvenile Columbian mammoth bones. After a subsequent excavation by the Denver Museum of Nature and Science that uncovered more mammoths, mastodons, Ice Age bison and

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Snowmass Recreation Center

The 18,000-square-foot Snowmass Recreation Center features 2,400 square feet of fitness areas, a 7,500-square-foot gym, climbing area and bouldering cave. The center is also home to four outdoor saltwater pools, a 10,000-square-foot skate park,

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Aspen Center for Environmental Studies Nature Hikes

The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) offers nature hikes ranging from easy to strenuous. Visitors can ramble through the wildflower-lined Snowmass Nature Trail, explore the Hunter Creek Valley meadows or walk along Roaring Fork River.

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Blazing Adventures

Blazing Adventures offers 40 years of experience in outdoor adventures, including whitewater rafting, kayaking, hiking, mountain biking, Jeep tours, snowshoe tours, hot air balloon rides, snowcat runs, paragliding, fly-fishing, horseback riding and

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