PLEASE NOTE: As of January 17, food and beverage services will be limited by state and county to outdoor dining and mobile order takeout only
As of January 17, food and beverage services will be limited by state and county to outdoor dining only. Mobile food ordering will still be offered for contactless grab and go options on our on-mountain restaurants. Operational changes may occur before or during your visit based on restrictions as mandated by county health agencies.
At Snowmass, you could spend your entire trip skiing and riding its terrain without covering the same ground twice. From the choice expert terrain of Burnt Mountain Glades, High Alpine and the Cirque, to the long blue groomers and impressive beginner facilities for newcomers, it is an easy choice. But it is not all about skiing and riding at Snowmass. The new Snowmass Base Village boasts an ice rink, climbing wall and the new Limelight Hotel Snowmass.
What's New at Snowmass
With the 2019-20 season, Aspen Snowmass introduced the new Sam’s. A $2.5 million remodel transformed the space at 10,620 ft. atop Sam’s Knob into a modern Italian restaurant with sweeping views, an open bar area, live-action kitchen, fireplace with relaxed seating, and a stylish deck. The new Sam's includes quick-serve and grab-and-go breakfast options plus an Italian-style coffee bar.
Also atop Sam's Knob? A new snow stake camera to more accurately measure — and broadcast — the latest snow conditions.
A project ten years in the making has reached its debut: the new Snowmass Base Village opened in December 2018 to great fanfare. Featuring the new Limelight Hotel Snowmass, a five-story indoor climbing wall, a village plaza with ice-skating rink, new retail, and The Collective—a collaborative art, music, culture and activities space—there are a lot of reasons to check it out.