Sunrise skins, creek-to-peak missions, and after-work Tiehack laps are woven into the fabric of who we are at Aspen Snowmass. But, as the popularity of earning your turns and uphill travel—including hiking, snowshoeing or skinning —has increased significantly across our mountains, so has the need to manage uphill access. In order to facilitate skier, hiker, and employee safety, operational management, and better communication with you about designated routes, mountain information, conditions and closures, we will be requiring an Uphill Pass for on-resort uphill access during the 2021-2022 season.
An Uphill Pass, no matter how many days you use it, will be $69, with $10 of this fee going directly to our local search and rescue organization, Mountain Rescue Aspen. The Uphill Pass is included at no charge to all Premier Passholders; they simply need to opt-in when they purchase their pass. Uphill Passholders will be required to wear an Aspen Snowmass provided armband with a photo Aspen Card visible within the sleeve while participating on our four mountains.
Uphill Passes on sale now.