Snowmass Village offers a variety of winter activities for all ages and families, both on and off the slopes. Below is a curated list of our favorite things to do in the winter.
Ski & Snowboard Aspen Snowmass
Four incredible mountains on a single lift ticket, or with the Ikon Pass. Explore one of the best ski destinations in North America.
The snow tubing center at Elk Camp on Snowmass mountain includes four lift-served lanes of tubing excitement for adults and children. Perfect downhill fun when you are ready for a break from ski boots.
Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing
Access over 60 miles of free Nordic trails right in the heart of Snowmass from the Snowmass Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Center. Equipment rentals, guided tours, retail and repair services are available.
Guided trips ranging from two hours to full-day excursions are offered by Blazing Adventures and T Lazy 7 Ranch, local operators.
Explore the pristine Snowmass wilderness on a thrilling dog sled ride at Krabloonik. Winding trails, experienced drivers and comfortable sleds combine to make this winter excursion one of the best in Snowmass.
Snowmass offers a free community-supported ice-skating rink at the Snowmass Rodeo Grounds on Brush Creek Road. There is also free ice-skating at the Base Village Ice Skating Rink, including free rentals, from 12:00 - 9:00 p.m. daily.
Ashcroft Ski Center and Pine Creek Cookhouse
A legendary restaurant nestled at the base of the Elk Mountains, surrounded by miles of cross-country ski trails. Ski, snowshoe, or take a horse-drawn sleigh ride out to Pine Creek Cookhouse.
Rock Climbing Wall
Open in Snowmass Base Village from 12:00 - 7:00 p.m. daily, the Climbing Wall offers 3 lanes and a maximum height of 50 feet. Up to six people can climb at once. Tickets can be purchased at any Snowmass ticket window and are $10 for 30 minutes and $5 per extra session when purchased at the same time.
The epicenter of Snowmass' newest neighborhood, Snowmass Base Village, the Collective offers guests and residents a place to gather, eat, drink, skate, play, learn and more!
Elevation: 12,510 ft.
Vertical Rise: 4,406 ft.
Terrain: 3,332 acres
Number of Trails: 94
Treehouse Kids Adventure Center
Child and Teen Lessons
In winter, cozy up in the lounge, relax at the bar, or sit down to a locally sourced, handcrafted menu. In summer, enjoy the Colorado sunshine and dine al fresco on the secluded outdoor patio.Reserve a Table