Getting Here

Getting to Aspen Snowmass could not be easier. It is one of the most accessible Rocky Mountain resorts, with hundreds of nonstop and connecting flights weekly into Aspen, Eagle and Denver airports.

Find information on air and ground transportation, and local maps. For complete lodging information, please visit our lodging section.

 Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) 

Situated in the Roaring Fork Valley, the Aspen/Pitkin County Airport is just 3 miles from the town of Aspen and 6 miles from Snowmass Village. With service from United, Delta and American Airlines, it offers direct flights to Denver, Chicago (O'Hare), San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas, Houston, Atlanta and Minneapolis/St. Paul. Hundreds of one-stop connections are available through these gateways.

 Eagle County Regional Airport (EGE)

This airport is located just 70 miles from Aspen Snowmass. Served by 5 airlines with nonstop flights from 12 major cities during the winter, and one-stop connections from cities throughout the world.

 Denver International Airport (DIA)

The largest and most active airport in the Rocky Mountain region is located only 220 miles from Aspen Snowmass. Visitors can easily take ground transportation from Denver International Airport (DIA) to Aspen Snowmass via I-70 and Colorado Highway 82. More than 1,700 daily flights are offered into DIA from more than 80 cities on 17 airlines, including international nonstop service from London/Heathrow on British Airways, from Frankfurt on Lufthansa and new service to Tokyo on United.

 Grand Junction Regional Airport (GJT)

Grand Junction's airport is located 130 miles west of Aspen/Snowmass. Frequent connecting flights from various U.S. cities and nonstop flights from Denver, Salt Lake City, Los Angeles, Las Vegas, Phoenix, Houston and Dallas are offered.

colospringairport.gif Colorado Springs Airport (COS)

The Colorado Springs airport is another option, with 5 airlines servicing 13 U.S. cities on 90 flights per day. Located 270 miles from Aspen/Snowmass, the airport is a better option in summer than winter, due to the closure of Independence Pass.