ASPEN MOUNTAIN

Aspen Mountain, with its famous black-diamond terrain, has kept us on the map since 1947. Inbounds you’ll get a variety of glades, bumps and steeps. For an out-of-bounds experience, Aspen Mountain Powder Tours will hook you up with fresh tracks on the backside. While the mountain hasn’t changed much, you’ll appreciate the new gondola, great views & food at the Sundeck at the summit and Ajax Tavern at the base, where the après rivals the skiing and snowboarding.

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Season datesNovember 23, 2013 - April 20, 2014 

Base elevation: 7,945 ft./2,422 m

Summit elevation: 11,212 ft./3,418 m

Vertical rise: 3,267 ft./996 m

Terrain: 675 acres/273 hectares

Number of trails: 76

Miles/km of trails:  64 miles/103 km

Longest run: 3 miles/4.83 km

Types of trails: easiest: 0%, more difficult: 48%, most difficult: 26%, expert: 26%

Lifts: 8: 6 primary – 1 gondola (14-minute ride), 1 high-speed quad, 1 high-speed double, 1 quad, 2 doubles; 2 secondary – 1 quad (Little Nell), 1 double (Bell Mountain)

Lift hours: All lifts open at 9 a.m. and close at 3:30 p.m. except FIS lift which closes at 3:45 p.m.

Rental/Retail:  Four-Mountain Sports/D&E Ski and Snowboard Shop/D&E Women across the street from the Silver Queen Gondola

On-Mountain Restaurants: 4: Sundeck, Bonnie's, Ajax Tavern, Montagna Restaurant and Bar in The Little Nell