Snowmass Ski Resort
Snowmass is located in Aspen, Colorado, with 90 ski trails, served by 23 lifts. Snowmass has 3,128 acres of terrain and an average of 300 inches of snow. Snowmass' terrain is 6% beginner, 50% intermediate, 12% advanced, and 32% expert. Snowmass Ski Resort is renowned for its' wide, groomed cruisers and its' trails are often uncrowded.
Aspen Mountain is located in Aspen, Colorado and is one of Aspen Snowmass's four ski areas. With 76 ski trails and 8 lifts, Aspen Mountain is 0% beginner, 48% intermediate, 26% advanced, and 26% expert. With a variety of advanced and expert runs, including double-black steeps and challenging glades, Aspen Mountain is a paradise for advanced skiers.
Aspen Highlands is located in Aspen, Colorado, with 125 ski trails, served by 5 lifts. Aspen Highlands offers over 1,000 acres of great skiing, including intermediate cruisers, challenging expert terrain, and great views. Aspen Highlands' terrain is 18% easiest, 30% intermediate, 16% most difficult, and 36% expert. Even though Aspen Highlands is known for its' steep, challenging terrain that can be found in its bowls, Aspen Highlands is has something for everyone, as beginner and intermediate terrain can be found mid-mountain.
Buttermilk is located in Aspen, Colorado, and is part of Aspen Snowmass Ski Resort. Buttermilk has 44 ski trails - 35% beginner, 39% intermediate, 26% advanced - served by 9 lifts. Buttermilk has something for everyone - it's a great place for beginners, and the entire family will love West Buttermilk's long, wide groomers. Plus, there's separate beginner terrain especially for novices, too. However, expert skiers have something to love, too - there's a selection of steeps and five separate terrain parks, including a super pipe.