Snowmass Tourism

Convention Center2,323 sq. m
Guest Rooms1,500
Guest Rooms at 1 Hotel254 Guest Rooms
Special Event Venues15
Average Room Rate$151.00
Daily Food Cost$71.00
Occupancy Rate12.8%
Tax Rate10.4%

Snowmass Tourism


Why Choose Our Destination?

Known for jaw-dropping scenery, Snowmass, Colorado is a world-class ski resort with more than 3,300 acres of massive mountain terrain located eight miles down the road from Aspen. In the non-ski months, Snowmass transforms into a haven for outdoor adventure, with unmatched festivals and cultural events in a setting that defies reality. Whatever the season, Snowmass is easy to reach. Less than six miles from an internationally served airport, Snowmass is the most convenient mountain destination in Colorado. Given that 95% of Snowmass’ lodging is “ski-in/ski-out”, you are not close to the action, you are in it. Speaking of lodging, Snowmass features 31 lodges from luxurious resort-style hotels to slope-side economy accommodations with a great array of condo products to fit groups of different sizes with varying needs. Combine this with over 70,000 square feet of flexible meeting space around the village, great dining and retail options and recreation that is second to none and you have a destination that can fulfill the needs of a wide array of groups. There is no arguing that Snowmass is an outdoorsman’s (or woman’s) paradise. Snowmass has been hailed by Transworld Snowboarding Magazine as the #1 overall resort in North America for three years in a row and Aspen Snowmass has played host to the Winter X Games for 14 years in a row. And when the snow melts, guests can enjoy world class whitewater rafting, award-winning fly fishing, championship golf, superb horseback riding, art classes at the world renowned Anderson Ranch Art Center and an extraordinary amount of hiking and biking trails. However, it is not all about outdoor adventure, our guests also enjoy tranquil spas, yoga classes in breathtaking settings or simply soaking up the views over a glass of wine at one of our free outdoor concerts. It is clear that Snowmass is so much more than a standard meeting destination. If you are looking to provide your attendees with an unmatched experience in a destination they will never forget, look no further than Snowmass, Colorado.

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Distance from Airport

  • ASE - Aspen Sardy Field

    12.87 km from City Center

  • EGE - Eagle

    107.83 km from City Center

  • GJT - Grand Junction

    186.68 km from City Center


Local Attractions

Base Camp Bar & Grill

Base Camp is an ideal spot for private parties! Inside comfort, huge outdoor patios, a nightclub and a restaurant all with direct upslope views of the Snowmass ski area. We have four (4) full bars, live music available, and a state of the art DJ booth, ‘Funktion One’ sound system and lighting. We can accommodate buffet style dining, a-la-carte table service, or customized options catered to your individual preferences and desires.

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 located at the end of the Snowmass Village Mall. Furthermore, the Aspen Ski Company is investing millions into the Snowmass lift-served offerings; the Elk Camp gondola now runs in summer seven days a week, with the lift going to the top of the ridge Friday through Sunday delivering more than 3,000 vertical feet of an unbeatable mountain network of trails. Our non-lift served trail system is already amazing. Even more trails, parks and on-mountain activities to come! Ready for a real adventure? Take a hike or bike tour with an experienced guide.

Lynn Britt Cabin

An elegant western cabin located on the slopes of Snowmass, offering guests the perfect indoor/outdoor setting. Guests are transported from the base of the mountain to the cabin nestled in a grove of aspen trees, surrounded by magnificent wildflowers and offering absolutely breathtaking vistas of the Rocky Mountains. The cabin provides indoor seating for 65, but with a tent, you can host 400 in this sensation setting.

Snowmass Fly Fishing

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 nearby the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan Rivers, enabling visitors to fish for wild trout in unspoiled waters. Roaring Fork River originates high in the Rockies and flows through Aspen, emptying into the Colorado River, while the Flying Pan River is a tail water fishery with controlled water release from Ruedi Reservoir. Visitors can embark on half- and full-day trips, as well as team building and instructional clinics and family fly-fishing adventures.

Elk Camp Restaurant

This new restaurant showcases engaging architecture and is a true mountain experience - accessible by a 9-minute scenic gondola ride. This venue provides flexibility by offering a spacious “great room” that will host up to 250 guests featuring a separate bar area with a cozy fireplace. A generous terrace for outdoor dining, wonderful sun exposure and beautiful views of Elk Camp and the Hanging Valley wall make this new venue one of a kind. The diverse interior space will comfortably serve a wide variety of events, with catering from award winning Executive Chef Jim Butchart.

Snowmass Whitewater Rafting

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 adventurers. Beginner rafting can be enjoyed in such spots as along the Roaring Fork River in the shadow of Mt. Sopris, while experts can brave the Class IV Advanced Slaughter House Falls along the Roaring Fork River. Family-friendly options include the Class II-III Middle Roaring Fork area, which runs through the Snowmass Canyon and Basalt. Rafters can choose from full-day and half-day trips, as well as participate in private rafting adventures.

Snowmass Skiing

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, Snowmass has the highest vertical drop in North America. Snowmass is home to the Snowmass Cross Country Ski Center, which offers a range of ski school programs, well as private ski lessons, mountain orientation tours and early morning "first tracks" for the first run of the day, among many other ski activities. Skiers can fuel up at nine on-mountain restaurants and access North America's largest free groomed Nordic trail system, located nearby Snowmass. The ski season runs from November through April.

Krabloonik Dogsledding

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 against a black diamond ski run. Morning, afternoon and twilight trips are available and include a gourmet lunch or dinner at the Krabloonik Restaurant. Situated in a rustic log cabin, the restaurant specializes in wild game and fresh seafood, and serves such favorites as wild mushroom soup, baked brie with lingonberry jam and bacon-wrapped noisettes of caribou. Morning and afternoon dogsledding trips are $285 for adults and $195 for children ages 3 to 18, while twilight trips are $340 for adults and $270 for children.



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