Take a look at the helpful Aspen, Colorado area resources below. Let this be your resource for all things Aspen, including information about skiing, dining, local community information, and what type of weather to expect during your visit to Aspen. You will also find valuable information on activities and what the locals enjoy in this mountain paradise. Whether you are looking for a fishing guide to tour the Gold Medal rivers of the Roaring Fork Valley or a snowmobile ride up to the famous Maroon Bells, or you are looking to relocate to the valley, you will find everything you need to help plan your trip and start looking at Aspen properties.
Aspen is one of the most famous ski areas in the world, and for good reason. With four different mountains to choose from and thousands of acres of terrain, you'll find a wide variety of terrain and are sure to find runs that you love. From gentle groomers, to epic bumps and challenging chutes - the four mountains of Aspen Snowmass have it all. Find out more about the skiing on Aspen, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk.
There are several great schools in the Aspen area. Focus on learning in collaborative teams at the Aspen Elementary School or experience outdoor education at the Aspen Middle School. Read more about Aspen's schools.
Locals and visitors alike are attracted to Aspen for its endless outdoor activities and phenomenal recreational opportunities. From fishing, hiking and cycling, to skiing, snowmobiling, and snowshoeing, there are a wide variety of activities to enjoy in the surrounding mountains at any time of the year. Most of these activities will be available right out your back door with your Aspen or Snowmass property. Find out more about Aspen activities.
Getting to and from Aspen is easy with year-round air service to the local airport, Sardy Field, just minutes from Aspen. Alternatively, you can fly into the Eagle/Vail Airport or Denver International Airport. Find out more about the various ways to get to Aspen.
Aspen is home to world-class dining, with restaurants ranging from fine dining to casual fare and everything in between. Grab lunch at Mezzaluna on the patio in the summer and then head to Montagna Restaurant and Bar for a nice dinner. Find out more about Aspen restaurants.
Aspen has an incredible variety of places to shop, no matter what you are looking for. Check out the Art Tee Gallery for creative tee shirts, Kemo Sabe for a new Stetson hat, or Ute Mountaineer for the latest in outdoor clothing and gear. Read more about Aspen shopping.
For a small town, Aspen has an incredible number of excellent art galleries. Head out on a nice summer evening and browse the many fine works on display at these establishments. Read more information on Aspen art galleries.
It seems like there’s always something interesting going on in Aspen, from the Food & Wine Classic, to Jazz Aspen, and the Aspen Ideas Festival. Here are some suggestions from Gary Feldman on the favorite events taking place throughout the year.
The Aspen climate is nearly perfect, with low humidity, warm sunshine, and mild temperatures year-round. Summer weather is warm during the day and refreshing in the evenings. Come winter, Aspen receives around 300 inches of snow, but the sun keeps shining for warm days on the slopes. Find out more about Aspen weather, including a link to the local forecast.