Winter in Aspen
Aspen has four mountains of incredible skiing & snowboarding, offering over 500 acres of terrain. You will find the perfect runs for all abilities. From beginners to experts, once you experience Aspen you will be back for more and at The Innsbruck, we provide the perfect location for you to experience winter in Aspen, CO.
Aspen Mountain: Jetting out of downtown Aspen, Ajax Mountain is known for steep terrain with great mogul runs and gladded areas.
Aspen Highlands: Highlands is famous for the Highland Bowl at the 12,392 feet summit. One must endure a beautiful hike to reach the top. The rest of the mountain offers steep long runs and great groomers.
Buttermilk: Home of the ESPN X-Games Buttermilk is a great beginner mountain and also a favorite for skiers and riders that enjoy terrain parks and half pipes.
Snowmass: The largest of the four mountains featuring 3,132 acres, Snowmass has everything from beginner runs to expert-only terrain. Great for everyone!
Looking for other activities besides downhill skiing? Aspen has many other activities from shopping and cultural events to snowmobiling and sleigh rides. There is always something to do.
Winter Fly Fishing: The Roaring Fork River runs through the valley providing great fly fishing throughout the year. Local outfitting services are available to get you going with gear, the inside scoop and guided tours of the fishing hotspots.
Dog Sledding: A thrilling ride through Aspen’s beautiful forest will be adventure you will never forget.
Sleigh Rides: Looking to make your dinner even more memorable? A private sleigh will offer you door to door service and a historic tour through downtown Aspen.
Snowmobiling: Experience the spectacular views of the mountains on a snowmobile ride. Tours through the White River National Forest and Maroon Bells provide more fun that you can imagine.
Ice Skating: There are several places where you can lace up the ice skates in Aspen. From the low-key Aspen Ice Garden to the NHL-sized Lewis Ice Arena, there is something for all ages and abilities.
Snowshoeing: Programs designed for beginners to the more experienced snowshoer, offer you a refreshing workout, outdoor settings and something out of the ordinary.
Cross Country Skiing: With miles and miles of public trails, as well as acres of backcountry and a XC ski touring area, Aspen has become known as a Nordic skiers nirvana.
Shopping: Aspen is full of great shopping. You will find designer shops and unique boutiques as well as high-end consignment stores.
Theater and Film: Since 1889, the Wheeler Opera House hosts nationally recognized artists and a diverse calendar including pop, rock, country and bluegrass concerts, lectures, theatre, dance, films and community events
Aspen Art Museum: offers innovative and timely exhibitions, education and public programs, immersive activities and community happenings actively engaging audiences in thought-provoking experiences of art, culture and society.