What is life like in the Roaring Fork Valley and Ketchum, Idaho? Here are a few things we think you need to know...

HOUSING
Aspen / Snowmass / Roaring Fork Valley
Aspen Skiing Company housing is located all throughout the Roaring Fork Valley with approximately 800 beds. We offer seasonal and year round housing in the summer and winter seasons. This housing is conveniently located close to the bus routes making commuting to work easy.

Please visit our Housing Website for full details on current available housing for Aspen Skiing Company employees.

Questions about ASC Housing? - Call 970-922-9001 or email: housingoffice@aspensnowmass.com

Additional housing options in Aspen:
Marolt Ranch and Burlingame (winter only) www.apcha.org
The Aspen Times www.aspentimes.com
Aspen Daily New www.aspendailynews.com
Post Independent www.postindependent.com
Roaring Fork Newcomers www.roaringforknewcomers.com
Craigslist https://westslope.craigslist.org/
Facebook groups - search “Roaring Fork Rentals & Roommates”, “Roaring Fork Swap”

Housing in Ketchum Idaho:
Idaho Mountain Express www.mtexpress.com
Craigslist https://twinfalls.craigslist.org/


TRANSPORTATION

RFTA , the valley’s bus service, can get you almost anywhere safely and comfortably. They run every 15 to 30 minutes depending on where you are going and are free between Aspen and Snowmass. The Ski Company offers greatly reduced bus passes to those employees that live further down valley.
https://www.rfta.com

Summer community supported Bike-share program. A fun, healthy way to get around town while reducing traffic congestion and pollution
https://www.we-cycle.org


VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

Aspen Skiing Company offers all full-time year-round employees 16 hours of paid volunteer time. We’ve built homes with Habitat for Humanity, rehabilitated trails throughout the Roaring Fork Valley, and volunteered with numerous charities. + Learn More


OUTSIDE OF WORK
We're all about work-life balance and encourage employees to live passionately outside of work as they do at work. These are some activities the locals enjoy:
  • Winter: Obviously Aspen is a winter playground for skiing and snowboarding at our four mountains, but there is so much more to offer. Cross country skiing, backcountry skiing, ice-skating, snowshoeing, tubing, and more bring people outside. Indoors, Aspen offers world-class art museums, art galleries, restaurants, bars, and ballet, music, and theater performances.
  • Shoulder Season and Summer: Hiking and biking are popular as the snow melts. Many employees take time to visit local biking hot-spots, from the western slope playground, Fruita, Colorado, to Moab, Utah. We're surrounded by some pretty incredible mountain biking. Rock climbing is popular and can be found throughout the Roaring Fork Valley and into Utah as well. If rafting and fishing are your thing, then the local rivers are where you want to be. Rafting, kayaking, SUPing, and fly fishing are popular water activities in the area
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Between Glenwood Springs and Aspen, many Aspen Skiing Company employees live in Basalt, El Jebel and Carbondale. Each of these towns has their own personality and services as well as a number of recreation centers. The town of Glenwood Springs is also home to Glenwood Hot Springs, Glenwood Adventure Park and is the biggest town for essential shopping. Between the world-class Aspen Art Museum, Wheeler Opera House, numerous concert venues, movie theaters and libraries, you’ll have lots to do off the hills and rivers of the Roaring Fork Valley.


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