Aspen Mountain

Colorado, USA

About Aspen Mountain

Aspen Snowmass is not just one mountain – it’s Snowmass, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Aspen Mountain. Four mountains with more bowls, chutes, cliffs, gullies, glades and wide-open groomers than you can possibly handle. And that’s just the in-bounds. All up you can enjoy 332 trails and runs up to 8 km long. Fresh and dry Colorado powder snow like you’ve always dreamed about covering 2300 hectares of skiable terrain with an annual snowfall of 300 inches (762 cm) and 40 lifts to get you to the top. And at the end of the ski day, over 120 restaurants and bars beckon.

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Snow Resort Stats

Mountain

Aspen Mountain
  • Elevation Top 3418m
  • Elevation Bottom2422m
  • Vertical Drop 996 metres
  • Skiable Terrain 273ha
  • Longest Run 4.83 km (3 miles)
  • Beginner 0%%
  • Intermediate 48%%
  • Advanced 52%%
  • Total Number of Trails76

Lifts

Aspen Mountain
  • Total 8
  • Highest Lifted Point3,418 metres (11,212 feet)
  • Gondolas & Trams 1
  • High Speed Sixes
  • High Speed
  • Quads 1
  • Quad Chairs 2
  • Triple Chairs 0
  • Double Chairs 4
  • Surface Lifts 0
  • Uphill Capacity 10,755 per hour

Snow Making

Aspen Mountain
  • Snow Making 31%
  • Total Number of Guns 
  • Annual Average Snowfall 7.62m

Terrain Parks

Aspen Mountain
  • Total 0
  • Half Pipes 0
  • Half Pipe Size n/a
  • Total Terrain Park Area Size n/a

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