We renew the spirit by sustaining the “Aspen Idea,” a complete life nurturing mind, body and spirit.
Aspen Snowmass aligns itself on a year-round basis with a number of exceptional companies. We work with those that pride themselves on quality and customer service, and are considered to be the best in their respective industries.
Aspen Skiing Company operates four ski areas, Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, and Buttermilk. This includes over 5,300 acres of terrain as well as boundless activities, dining and nightlife at The Little Nell, and The Limelight Hotel.
Aspen Skiing Company recognized as National Arts Awards recipient for Best Businesses partnering with the Arts in America for 2013.
At Aspen Snowmass, the goings-on are ongoing all year long. Winter showcases outdoor concerts, World Cup ski races, big air competitions and signature events like the unforgettable ESPN X Games Aspen and Bud Light Spring Jam. Summer means outdoor markets, music festivals, culinary & arts experiences, and an Aspen original, the Aspen Ideas Festival.
Consistently rated the #1 resort in North America for dining, Aspen Snowmass has over 100 bars and restaurants to choose from. You'll find menus to please every palate here.
In summer, Aspen Snowmass draws visitors from far and wide for a variety of reasons ... including live outdoor concerts every week. Check out these summer concert series:
WELCOME TO SUMMER
Gain an elevated perspective at Aspen/Snowmass this summer. Your adventure is waiting to happen. Use the links to the left to discover all the exciting activities, dining and cultural experiences that Aspen/Snowmass has to offer in the summer.
PURCHASE IN ADVANCE & SAVE BIG!
Don't wait until you get here, purchase at least 7 days in advance and SAVE UP TO AN ADDITIONAL 10%! Plus, purchase lift ticket and add equipement rentlas and/or ski school and save even more.
Mountain adventures in Snowmass for kids and teens!
Summer 2015 Monday - Friday, June 8 - September 4
In summer, Aspen Snowmass becomes the epicenter of cycling in the Rocky Mountains.
Whether you’re keen on bolstering your freeride skills at Bike Snowmass, tackling an epic mountain singletrack, or cruising along the charming streets of Aspen, our little corner of Colorado is ideal for cycling.
As the resort's official central reservation service, Stay Aspen Snowmass offers one-stop shopping. For packages that are perfectly suited to your vacation style and budget.
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Aspen Snowmass is one of the most accessible Rocky Mountain resorts, with hundreds of nonstop and connecting flights weekly into Aspen, Eagle and Denver airports.
* Vacation Planning * Discounted Airfare * Travel Insurance * Call a Local Vacation Expert 800-290-1326
PURCHASE IN ADVANCE & SAVE BIG!
Don't wait until you get here, purchase at least 7 days in advance and SAVE UP TO AN ADDITIONAL 10%.
We're proud to offer a variety of season pass options to suit everyone's needs. Find the perfect pass for you at Aspen Snowmass. Passes can be purchased at ticket offices, by phone at 877-282-7736 / 970-923-1227 or online.
Register or sign in to our online store here. Reload tickets or make purchases that include season passes, lift tickets, ski/snowboard school lessons, equipment rentals and more.
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Summers were made for the 3-day weekend. Book any 3 nights through Stay Aspen Snowmass and receive a complementary, one-ride gondola ticket.
Volunteer Opportunities In Our Community!
Over the course of the summer of 2014, ASC employees have participated in 18 company sponsored volunteer projects donating almost 1,200 hours to improve trails, build a home and ensure locals' bikes are well maintained. From June 2015 to May 2016 we are working to encourage employees to volunteer over 2,400 hours. If you'd like to arrange a volunteer project for your department please email Matthew Hamilton.
Employees can also sign up for one or more of these seven ASC organized projects. In addition to supporting your local community these projects are a great way to get to know your fellow employees. Space is limited on each of these projects. Please sign up in advance by emailing Matthew Hamilton. Details for each will be provided once you’ve signed up and closer to the project date. These volunteer projects don’t require prior experience.
The Buddy Program – – Become a Big Buddy and Make a Big Impact!
You have a meaningful opportunity in front of you – to not only guide and inspire a youth today, but to transform their potential for tomorrow. And, your impact can directly strengthen our community. By giving a couple of hours, 3 to 4 times a month, you can give your Little Buddy the invaluable gift of friendship. As a friend, you can provide guidance and opportunities for your Little Buddy to learn and grown. By showing up, listening, and having fun, you can help change a young person’s perspective for the better. Little Buddies are 6 – 18 years of age who are referred by teachers, counselors, or parents and are in need of companionship and encouragement. Big Buddies are responsible, caring individuals who act as a positive role model and advocate for their Little Buddy. Volunteer requirements include full-time, year round residents who are capable of committing to consistent contact with their mentee for a minimum of 1 year. The Buddy Program is especially looking for male mentors to work with children in the midvalley.
Two ways to get involved:
Visit www.buddyprogram.org to fill out a volunteer inquiry form and volunteer with an award-winning mentoring organization. Watch this short video to get inspired: http://youtu.be/5kI8KL5_Gok
Contact: Heather Hicks, Director of Recruitment, email@example.com or 970-920-2130.
Read with Me at Aspen Elementary School
Weekly for 1-2 hours throughout the school year. 1 year commitment.
A new community reading program through Aspen Elementary School. We target students who would benefit from 1 on 1 direct adult support in reading. We focus on reading skills, comprehension and fluency. Adult volunteers from the Aspen community will give 1-2 hours a week reading with these students. High school Juniors and Seniors will also be volunteering for this program. For more information.
4-6 hours/week or occasional need for guest speakers.
YouthEntity is a community and youth development initiative dedicated to helping youth succeed, no matter what they want to do when they grow up. Our goal is to engage and empower youth to discover their potential by providing real-world learning experiences. Through our programs, youth see how their collective efforts play out in real life, building their self confidence and providing an authentic source of hope for their futures. For more information.
Youthzone - PALS Mentoring
2-3 hours/week. Minimum commitment 1 week.
Pals is a voluntary one-on-one mentoring program. Our program focuses on providing young people with support, counsel, friendship, reinforcement, positive role modeling, and activities. Volunteer mentors are 16 years of age or older. Youth in the program can be from K-8th grade. Both volunteers and youth go through a thorough interview and our mentors are all screened and trained. A mentor match is made according to activity interests, personality traits, individual likes and dislikes, and location. For more information.
Roaring Fork Outdoor Volunteers (RFOV)
Custom Group Project – Aspen to Glenwood
If a group of at least 6-8 volunteers would like to volunteer together, a custom group project could be organized with 10-14 days’ advance notice. Projects can take place down-valley or in town, ranging from the Wulfsohn Trail to the Ute Trail. Contact Matt Hamilton if interested. Let him know how many people you would have, whether it would be a full-day or half-day, where you’d like to be, and he will coordinate a project with RFOV.
Habitat for Humanity – Locations in Glenwood Springs and Basalt
Monday-Saturday, 10am-2pm & 2pm-5pm
Volunteers needed at any of the three location to help the staff with merchandise organization, sales, customer service, boutique design layout, answering phones, and/or data entry. Call Geneva Farr at 309-3088 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org to volunteer.
Habitat for Humanity – Home Building in Carbondale and Basalt!
Tuesdays, Thursdays, Saturdays – 9am to 3pm
Local families have been chosen to work and earn homes being built in Carbondale, CO. Be a part of building strong families by volunteering your time with Habitat staff and Habitat homeowners! No prior experience is necessary. All volunteers will need to sign a waiver form, view a Safety video, and do a job site walk through to ensure a fun and safe experience while volunteering. Sign up here. To volunteer contact Habitat's volunteer coordinator at email@example.com. Read more about the families you'll be working with in Carbondale.
Aspen Animal Shelter
Daily, 7am – 6pm at 101 Animal Shelter Road, Aspen, CO 81611
Individual volunteers are welcomed daily to help walk the dogs, brush the cats, or wash the bowls. Larger groups should call ahead. For more information check out their website at www.dogsaspen.com. If interested call 970-544-0206. (Please Note: ASC Volunteer benefit hours may be broken down into increments as small as half an hour).
Pitkin County Senior Services - Home Delivered Meals
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Friday - 11:45am to 12:45pm
Help deliver meals to home bound seniors or qualified disabled persons and visit with them to brighten their day. Volunteers need a vehicle with current insurance and meet at the Senior Center at 0275 Castle Creek Road, on the right just before the hospital. If interested please contact Mary Barbour by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 970-920-5432.
Aspen Music Festival and School
There are a variety of volunteer opportunities including but not limited to:
To volunteer, contact Diane Stine at email@example.com or call 970-205-5074.
Aspen Historical Society
There are a variety of volunteer opportunities including but not limited to:
To volunteer, please contact Nina Gabianelli by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thunder River Theatre Company
Throughout the year at 67 Promenade, Downtown Carbondale
Thunder River Theatre Company welcomes volunteers who want to be part of this wonderful collaborative art! Opportunities range from working on productions, outreach, set construction, working in the box office, help with costumes and running shows backstage. If interested in volunteering, please contact Lon Winston at email@example.com or by phone at 970-963-8200.
Raising A Reader Volunteer Readers
15-30 minutes on a monthly basis, weekly or bi-weekly at preschools throughout the valley.
We are looking for volunteers to read on a regular basis to our valley preschools, from Rifle to Aspen, as part of our Raising A Reader team. We know from the research that reading aloud can play a critical role in helping young children develop the language skills, curiosity, love of knowledge, and early literacy skills necessary for success in kindergarten and in life. Reading builds brains – quite literally. If interested in volunteering please contact Tori at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 970-230-9117.
Susan G. Komen for the Cure
Monday-Friday, Year Round
Komen Colorado welcomes volunteers year round to help with database entry, some filing, translation help from English to Spanish, and social media support. If interested in volunteering with Komen throughout the year please visit their volunteer page to learn more about available opportunities or call their Aspen office at 970-920-0250.
Wilderness Workshop - Variety of Volunteer Opportunities!
Throughout the year, 520 S. Third St. Ste. 27 in Carbondale
Wilderness Workshop is looking for volunteers throughout the year to help with their habitat restoration projects (in the Spring, Summer, and early Fall), special events (i.e. Wildfest in early August), and office tasks (assisting with periodic bulk mailings and misc. office/computer work). To learn more go to www.wildernessworkshop.org, If you'd like to volunteer, please contact Melanie Finan or by phone at 970-963-3977.
LIFT-UP - Food Pantry Volunteers
Locations in Aspen, Basalt, Carbondale, and Glenwood Springs
Food pantry volunteers help serve clients with food, help stock shelves, or assist with other LIFT-UP services with on the job training provided. If interested in volunteering with LIFT-UP, please call their business office at 970-625-4496.
Valley View Hospital - Meals on Wheels
Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays - Glenwood Springs
For 14 years, Meals on Wheels volunteers have been delivering healthy lunches throughout Glenwood Springs. Deliveries within Glenwood Springs are scheduled for Monday, Wednesday and Friday and extra meals with different menus can be delivered and stored for other days. Meals on Wheels volunteers also fulfill a non-nutritional need, offering the warmth of human contact to those who may feel isolated at home. They offer an extra safety line for families caring for a mobility impaired relative.
To volunteer or to inquire about Meals on Wheels, call the Volunteer Coordinator at: 970-384-6656.
Summer 2015 Volunteer Opportunities
Theatre Aspen - Volunteer Ushers & Ticket Takers
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