Women's History Month

Celebrating the women in our local and global community.

Womens History Month

Aspen Skiing Company co-founder Elizabeth Paepke believed in the Aspen Idea. The concept that Aspen could be a place that unlocks, integrates, and elevates the mind, body, and spirit. Over the years, women who came before—like the Ute people who were the original stewards of this land, or the mining families who worked hard to make a home out west—and after Paepke, have helped shape this place into a rich landscape. A place, doubly gifted by the area’s beauty and the unique blend of individuals who call these mountains home.
Female uphillers celebrating International Women's Day at Buttermilk

International Women's Day

In celebration of International Women's Day, we're collectively climbing up Buttermilk for a champagne lunch at Cliffhouse on Friday, March 8, 2024.

From the Maroon Belles who helped protect the Maroon Bells Wilderness in the 1960s to the women throughout the Roaring Fork Valley currently working to make this world, and their home, a better place; from everyday skiers and riders offering their hoots and hollers on powder days to the patrollers and operations experts who keep our mountains, hotels, and eateries running—the impact of women in this Valley reverberates across and beyond the surrounding peaks.

This month, we honor the women—both near and far—whose work, art, and impact continue to leave an impression on the local and global community; one that helps define Aspen Snowmass. Join us this Women’s History Month for events, conversations, fundraising, and more.
The Maroon Belles
The Maroon Belles

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