Here, going for it is our compass heading. Because seizing the adventure in every day is easy living at the base of one of America’s most beloved mountain resorts, in all four seasons.

Living here means owning a private retreat that’s not only part of a fabulous community that also serves as the perfect launching point for year-round mountain adventures.

Once-in-a-lifetime experiences. Collect as many of them as possible.

Lost Forest

Scattered throughout the canopy of trees at the top of Elk Camp Gondola, is the Lost Forest. Go as fast as you dare as the speedy descent drops you more than 400 vertical feet down a mile of twisting, turning track.

Skiing / Snowboarding

3,332 acres, 4,406-foot vertical rise and everything from expert terrain to long, winding blue groomers creates opportunities for skiers of all abilities. Enjoy the amazing variety of terrain, uncrowded slopes and family-friendly skiing that earned Snowmass the fourth-place spot in Ski Magazine’s 2017 rankings for the best ski resort in the U.S.


Inflate your alpine descents with the high-speed whirling action of our very own tubing hill located at The Meadows – Elk Camp. Open all winter during the day and every Friday evening during Ullr Nights.


Bring your wolf pack for a ride of a lifetime alongside teams of Alaskan Husky sled dogs that will mush their way through the winding aspens of the Snowmass backcountry.

Snowshoe tours

The Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) offers daily snowshoe tours along Snowmass’ mountain streams and ridgelines. It’s a great workout and an even better way to learn more about the natural surroundings.

The Lost Forest

Lost Forest

Scattered throughout the canopy of trees surrounding Elk Camp Gondola, the Lost Forest is an outdoor playground for kids and kids at heart, with its Alpine Coaster, ropes course, zip line, climbing wall and more. Opening summer 2018.


Snowmass is a mountain-biking mecca for riders of all abilities, with 2,897 vertical feet of purpose-built downhill trails accessible from the top of Elk Camp Gondola as well as over 50 miles of classic, ultra scenic cross-country trails.

Snowmass Rodeo


Gold medal fly-fishing

The Roaring Fork Valley lives up to its name, with rivers and streams teeming with rainbows, browns and cutthroats winding their way throughout the valley.

Maroon Bells

The most photographed mountains in all of North America, the Maroon Bells Wilderness offers amazing views, hikes, lakes, campsites and wildlife to rival anything you’ve ever experienced.