Mountain Announcements

Mountain Information

Updated December 2, 2021

At Aspen Mountain, enjoy 182 acres and top-to-bottom skiing via The Silver Queen Gondola, Ajax Expressm Lift, and Gent's Ridge Lift. View the Aspen Mountain grooming report for a complete list of open terrain.

At Snowmass, access 63 acres via The Village Express, Elk Camp Gondola, Meadows Lift, Meadows Carpet, and the Sky Cab. The Breathtaker Alpine Coaster is also open! View the Snowmass grooming report for a complete list of open terrain.


Sightseeing will be available on each mountain
, and Snowmass will offer fun-filled rides on the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster and a pocket park with small features and rails on Fanny Hill. Ski & Snowboard School will also be available at both locations.

Please remember that Aspen Snowmass requires an Uphill Pass for uphill access. Aspen Mountain will be closed to uphilling for ski area preparation until further notice. All other mountains are open to uphilling beginning Thursday, November 25. Early season conditions exist and there is heavy vehicle traffic with snowmaking, grooming and mountain prep underway on all mountains. Uphillers are advised to be alert and avoid heavily-trafficked areas.





Winter Operating Dates:
Snowmass: November 25, 2021 - April 17, 2022
Aspen Mountain: November 25, 2021 - April 17, 2022
Aspen Highlands: December 11, 2021 - April 10, 2022
Buttermilk: December 11, 2021 - April 3, 2022





COVID-19 Operating Procedures:
Our goal this 2021-2022 winter season is to get open, stay open, operate at full capacity, and keep our community safe in celebration of our 75th Anniversary. In order to do that, we will be implementing the below rules throughout our resort and ask that our guests familiarize themselves with these guidelines before visiting.
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Aspen Mountain’s first significant addition since the opening of the Silver Queen Gondola in December of 1985.

What’s better than skiing Aspen Mountain? More skiing at Aspen Mountai
n. The Board of Pitkin County Commissioners agreed on Wednesday, November 17 to the proposed plan put forth by Aspen Skiing Company to open 22% more skiable terrain on the upper, eastern aspects of Aspen Mountain. The area, called Pandora’s, was already within ASC’s US Forest Service Special Use Permit boundary, and the project planning and execution includes a whole systems approachtaking into account environmental health, community impact, and skiers experience.

The area, which has been skied for years by a small number of people, will now be accessed via a high-speed quad and will include 1,220 vertical feet of groomed trails and glades ranging from intermediate to advanced terrain (plus an extension of favorite expert runs such as Walsh’s, Kristi, Hyrup’s).

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