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Local Attractions

Local Attractions

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Anderson Ranch Art Center

One of the original reasons travelers came to Snowmass Village was this outpost of artist studios scattered throughout historic buildings on a gorgeous wooded campus. Today, visitors can enjoy gallery exhibitions, regular lectures by artists and art critics, workshops on a wide variety of mediums, and special events throughout the year. The shop also has an impressive selection of art supplies and original works by the artists-in-residence. Visit Us
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Treehouse Kids Adventure Center

One of the best resources for families coming to Aspen Snowmass, the Treehouse has activities for children in both winter and summer, and is one of the main reasons SKI Magazine ranked Snowmass as the #2 Best Resort for Families in 2018. Visit Us
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Ice Age Discovery Center

Between October 2010 – August 2011, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science conducted an enormous fossil excavation in nearby Ziegler Reservoir, which unearthed a multitude of well-preserved Ice Age fossils. See the collection and learn about the Ice Age at the Discovery Center in the Snowmass Mall. Visit Us
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Lost Forest & Tubing Center

Both are located on Snowmass mountain itself, at the top of the Elk Camp Gondola. Lost Forest is an on-mountain adventure park that features the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster, the Canopy Run Zipline, the Treeline Trial Challenge Course, the Rugged Ascent Climbing Wall, Timber Territory Paintball, as well as a stocked trout pond for little anglers, a disc golf course, hiking trails, gathering decks, and more. The Tubing Center includes four lift-served lanes open both during the day and for Ullr Nights through the winter. Visit Us
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Krabloonik

A working kennel with a yard full of dogs eager to run! Krabloonik’s experienced drivers guide their sled dog teams along the winding backcountry trails of Snowmass, with you as their passenger. Children and adults alike find this to be one of the most memorable excursions in the Aspen Snowmass area. The on-site restaurant offers a hearty lunch either before or after your sled ride. Visit Us
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Ashcroft Ski Touring Center & Pine Creek Cookhouse

Thirty-five km of meticulously groomed trails wind across 600 acres in the sub-alpine valley surrounding the Ghost Town of Ashcroft, a turn-of-the-century mining town on the National Register of Historical Places. At 9,500 ft. in the upper reaches of the spectacular Castle Creek Valley, the ski area offers terrain for all levels of Nordic skiers, as well as rentals. The Pine Creek Cookhouse offers an alpine gourmet menu featuring wild game and fresh fish alongside organic, locally-sourced ingredients. From field to stream, the chefs prepare cuisine made from scratch daily. Visit Us
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Snowmass Rec Center

So much to do in both summer and winter – from the outdoor saline pools to the bouldering walls to the skate park and ice skating rink, the Snowmass Recreation Center is abuzz with activity all year round. Visit Us
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Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

A hub for environmental education in the region, ACES offers opportunities to learn about the local environment through a variety of programs and events offered year-round. From guided hikes and snowshoe tours to fun family-centered events, ACES is all about building a community of knowledgeable, capable, and motivated environmental stewards. Visit Us
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Aspen Art Museum

A stunning addition to downtown Aspen, the Art Museum features recent and important evolutions in international contemporary art. There are also lectures, artist talks, screenings, performances, and family-friendly events throughout the year. Visit Us

Local Attractions

Anderson Ranch Art Center

One of the original reasons travelers came to Snowmass Village was this outpost of artist studios scattered throughout historic buildings on a gorgeous wooded campus. Today, visitors can enjoy gallery exhibitions, regular lectures by artists and art critics, workshops on a wide variety of mediums, and special events throughout the year. The shop also has an impressive selection of art supplies and original works by the artists-in-residence. Visit Us

Treehouse Kids Adventure Center

One of the best resources for families coming to Aspen Snowmass, the Treehouse has activities for children in both winter and summer, and is one of the main reasons SKI Magazine ranked Snowmass as the #2 Best Resort for Families in 2018. Visit Us

Ice Age Discovery Center

Between October 2010 – August 2011, the Denver Museum of Nature & Science conducted an enormous fossil excavation in nearby Ziegler Reservoir, which unearthed a multitude of well-preserved Ice Age fossils. See the collection and learn about the Ice Age at the Discovery Center in the Snowmass Mall. Visit Us

Lost Forest & Tubing Center

Both are located on Snowmass mountain itself, at the top of the Elk Camp Gondola. Lost Forest is an on-mountain adventure park that features the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster, the Canopy Run Zipline, the Treeline Trial Challenge Course, the Rugged Ascent Climbing Wall, Timber Territory Paintball, as well as a stocked trout pond for little anglers, a disc golf course, hiking trails, gathering decks, and more. The Tubing Center includes four lift-served lanes open both during the day and for Ullr Nights through the winter. Visit Us

Krabloonik

A working kennel with a yard full of dogs eager to run! Krabloonik’s experienced drivers guide their sled dog teams along the winding backcountry trails of Snowmass, with you as their passenger. Children and adults alike find this to be one of the most memorable excursions in the Aspen Snowmass area. The on-site restaurant offers a hearty lunch either before or after your sled ride. Visit Us

Ashcroft Ski Touring Center & Pine Creek Cookhouse

Thirty-five km of meticulously groomed trails wind across 600 acres in the sub-alpine valley surrounding the Ghost Town of Ashcroft, a turn-of-the-century mining town on the National Register of Historical Places. At 9,500 ft. in the upper reaches of the spectacular Castle Creek Valley, the ski area offers terrain for all levels of Nordic skiers, as well as rentals. The Pine Creek Cookhouse offers an alpine gourmet menu featuring wild game and fresh fish alongside organic, locally-sourced ingredients. From field to stream, the chefs prepare cuisine made from scratch daily. Visit Us

Snowmass Rec Center

So much to do in both summer and winter – from the outdoor saline pools to the bouldering walls to the skate park and ice skating rink, the Snowmass Recreation Center is abuzz with activity all year round. Visit Us

Aspen Center for Environmental Studies

A hub for environmental education in the region, ACES offers opportunities to learn about the local environment through a variety of programs and events offered year-round. From guided hikes and snowshoe tours to fun family-centered events, ACES is all about building a community of knowledgeable, capable, and motivated environmental stewards. Visit Us

Aspen Art Museum

A stunning addition to downtown Aspen, the Art Museum features recent and important evolutions in international contemporary art. There are also lectures, artist talks, screenings, performances, and family-friendly events throughout the year. Visit Us

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