Downtown Aspen

You may shop at anything from high-end brands to independent businesses in downtown Aspen. Along the brick walkways are upscale hotels, eateries, art galleries, and other businesses.

Ski Aspen Snowmass

Aspen is particularly strong in the skiing department; throughout the winter, you'll be in the lift line with some of the most passionate skiers in the world.

Maroon Bells

Maroon bells are undoubtedly the most well-known symbol of Aspen. You can explore two snow-capped summits, Maroon Peak and North Maroon Peak.

Independence Pass

The highest paved mountain pass in Colorado's Rocky Mountains is Independence Pass, at 12095 feet.

Buttermilk Mountain

Kids may learn the fundamentals, conquer the terrain park, skin up, or watch the finest freestylers in the world compete at the X Games on the ideal playground in Buttermilk.

John Denver Sanctuary

Near the Roaring Fork River, close to Rio Grande Park, lies the John Denver Sanctuary, so called for the American musician who wrote the song "Rocky Mountain High."

T-Lazy-7 Ranch

The T-Lazy-7 Ranch is a genuine outdoor playground for all types of adventure sports, including horseback riding, fishing, and other real-world pursuits.

Maroon Lake Scenic Trail

One of the finest things to do in Aspen is trek the Maroon Lake Scenic Trail, which is ideal for hikers of all skill levels.

Silver Queen Gondola

By taking the Silver Queen Gondola to the mountain's peak, which is located at an elevation of around 11,000 feet, you may obtain the ideal piece of land that is perfectly flat.

Ashcroft Ghost Town

In addition to the ruins of several historic structures, the silver mining ghost town was formerly home to two newspapers, 20 saloons, a school, and numerous houses.