Endless hiking trails, sightseeing via gondola, a world-class bike park, Lost Forest adventures, al fresco dining—rest easy and play hard across all four mountains in unique ways this summer.
Four mountains, two towns, and one unforgettable experience at the confluence of nature, culture, and recreation.
Explore All Four
Gondola rides, hiking, yoga, live music, nature programs, and more—summer on Ajax will take you above and beyond.
This quiet mountain is your basecamp to the Maroon Bells or any adventure of your choosing—summer on Aspen Highlands is born different.
It's all-day recess on Buttermilk with non-lift-accessed biking, flowing hiking trails, and incredible views of Pyramid Peak.
Whether cruising through the Snowmass Bike Park, immersing yourself in Lost Forest, or sightseeing from Elk Camp Gondola, there’s unlimited potential for fun on Snowmass all summer long.
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Where Journeys Begin
Spring Pass Sale
2023-2024 Premier Passes are on sale now through June 16 at the year's best price. Secure your season today!
Summer Sightseeing Saver
Experience stunning vistas at 11,000 feet, mid-mountain adventures, and big savings for the entire family.
Tucked away on Snowmass is an alpine coaster, a zip line, hiking trails, a climbing wall, and more.
Gear up to get out at Four Mountain Sports, your one-stop rental and retail bike shop in the valley.
See the Sights
Our gondolas and chairlifts are the perfect way to quickly reach the top of our mountains and take in a whole new view.
Bike Clinics and Camps
Master the beginner to advanced trails at Snowmass Bike Park with tips and tricks from our Pros.
Running and bike races, free outdoor concerts, yoga, and more—our calendar is stacked with events.
Outside the Ordinary
A strong community, values-led action, lasting connections with both people and the planet—these are the stories of Aspen Snowmass.
Our Summer Family Guide
Every kind of family can find something to satisfy their spirit for adventure this summer, whether you’ve got kids, grandparents, or just each other in tow.
Visiting the Maroon Bells
The Maroon Bells are two of the most photographed mountains in North America—and for good reason. Here’s everything you need to know about visiting the Maroon Bells this summer.
Arts and Culture Guide
Fine arts, ballet, theater, film, live music, speaker series, and more—here’s your guide to Aspen’s humming arts and culture scene.
This employee-run and funded grant-giving organization supports local projects tackling climate change and fostering environmental stewardship—because the people who work here care.