We are here to lift you up and keep you safe during COVID-19. Wearing a mask and practicing social distancing are rumored to increase snowfall. Let’s work together to keep our lifts spinning and mountains open. Check out our updated policies and procedures. Learn More
With 25 miles of purpose built downhill trails extending almost 3000 vertical feet from the top of the Elk Camp Chairlift down to Snowmass Base Village, the Snowmass Bike park offers a full complement of trail offerings to every level and style of mountain bike rider. From the smooth and gentle banks of the Verde trail to the technical singletrack of Animal Crackers, Snowmass Bike Park delivers all your favorite aspects of a winter ski experience, except for the snow. Join us for a free flowing adventure through our high elevation evergreen forests and moderately pitched Aspen tree groves and see for yourself. The Roaring Fork Valley, home to Aspen and Snowmass, is now designated an IMBA Gold-Level Ride Center, one of only 7 in the world and the only Gold-Level Ride Center in Colorado!
To see a full list of updated operating procedures to keep our guests, employees, and the community safe, click here.
2020 Hours Of Operation
Daily: June 21 - September 7, 2020 Weekends: September 11-13, 18-20, 25-27, October 2-4
Elk Camp Gondola Hours: 10 AM - 4:45 PM (last ride down at 5:00 PM) Elk Camp Chairlift Hours: 10:30 AM - 3:45 PM (last ride down at 4:00 PM)
Guest Responsibilities We are all living in a world full of uncertainties. While Aspen Snowmass cannot guarantee you a risk-free experience, by each taking personal responsibility, respecting each other and adhering to all local, regional and state health and safety guidelines we can collectively reduce the risks to our guests, our employees and our community. All guests are required to read and comply with the Pitkin County COVID-19 policies and procedures. To read, click here. If you cannot follow these policies and procedures, you will be asked to leave Aspen Snowmass property. - Wear a face covering when you cannot maintain 6 feet of physical distancing outdoors, in designated areas and when inside Aspen Snowmass buildings. - Adhere to Pitkin County social distancing regulations. - Stay home if you are sick or at high risk. - Leave immediately if you begin to show signs or symptoms of illness. - Recreate within your ability to reduce the chance of injury. In these times we all must make decisions that work for ourselves and consider our own risk profile. We look forward to having you join us at Aspen Snowmass this summer, but want to make sure that you do so fully informed and in a manner that works for you.
Cancellation Policy Completely unused Lost Forest Base tickets are refundable. Lost Forest Canopy, Treeline, and Bonus Night Base Tickets require 48-hour cancellation notice. No refunds due to weather if operations remain open. No partial refunds. Weather Policy Summer weather in the Rocky Mountains is unpredictable and out of our control. As a result, we do not offer refunds due to weather impacts on our operation. Please check the forecast while planning your activities.