Aspen Highlands continues to challenge the skills and courage of snowboarders and skiers, from beginner to expert. With an annual snowfall of over 300 inches, steeps, glades and powder stashes drop from the sides of long, groomed cruisers.

Blue skies, fluffy powder and some of the best ski terrain in North America. Located 200 miles from Denver via I-70 to Glenwood Springs, then Highway 82 south to Aspen. Aspen Highlands is two miles outside the town of Aspen.

The longest run is 3 1/2 miles. The vertical drop is 3,635 ft. from an elevation of 11,675 to the base elevation of 8,040 with a lift capacity of 8,645.

There are 75 trails for Snowboarding and 45 groomed miles of Cross Country trails with overnight on-trail lodging available.

Snowshoeing conditions are ideal. Ski School includes both private and group lessons.

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