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Snowmass Ski Resort - 2 Reviews - 40 Carriage Way, Snowmass Village, CO - Other Reviews - Phone (800) 923-8920

Snowmass Ski Resort

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40 Carriage Way
Snowmass Village, CO 81615
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I first skied around Aspen in 1964-65. Since then I've been to more ski areas than I can count. I guess I first skied Snowmass in the late 60's, and I just keep coming back. Wis...

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This place might be a "10" for somebody, but that somebody is a homebody. The snow might be natural, but the base is man-made.

You've got to be kidding.... 1/27/2003

This place might be a "10" for somebody, but that somebody is a homebody. The snow might be natural, but the base is man-made. more

The Very Best 11/11/2002

I first skied around Aspen in 1964-65. Since then I've been to more ski areas than I can count. I guess I first skied Snowmass in the late 60's, and I just keep coming back. Wish I would have bought a house here!, but I love to try new things...so I've tried and tried, but everyplace else is just an also ran compared to this place. I will guaruntee...if you go to Snowmass....you absolutely will not be disapointed. Don't try to save a few bucks by going to the Summit or someplace else...THIS IS WHAT IT IS ALL ABOUT! Pros: huge, solitary runs, varied terrain more
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Editorial

  • The Scene
    Because it's part of the Aspen complex, Snowmass has a reputation as the ultimate family vacation mountain. But don't turn small kids loose; it's too easy to get lost in the area's vastness. Lodges are almost all ski-in, ski-out--meaning no one schleps gear. Plus, there are plenty of pizza and burger joints, so no one has to cook.

    The Slopes
    Located anywhere else, Snowmass would be considered a major ski resort in its own right. It boasts the biggest vertical drop in the United States (4,406 feet) and sprawls across four peaks. As such, there's terrain for every level. The huge mountain invites kids to chase one another through magnificent, broad meadows and down powder bowls, bump runs and glades. A platter-pull lift at the bottom of Scooper run serves a ski-school area and group race facility.

    Vital Stats

    Vertical drop: 4,406 feet
    Base elevation: 8,104 feet
    Top elevation: 12,510 feet
    Number of trails: 90
    Number of lifts: 22
    Skiable acres: 3,128
    Beginner terrain: 6 percent
    Intermediate terrain: 50 percent
    Advanced terrain: 12 percent
    Expert terrain: 32 percent
    Snowboarding: Full facilities

  • 9/24/2006 Provided by Citysearch

Additional information

  • Hours:

    Daily 9am-4pm
  • Payments:

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