Grab a big breakfast and take the first turns on Aspen Mountain, when you sign up for First Tracks Breakfast. The tasty option is available at the Sundeck Restaurant every Wednesday this winter. Sign up at the Aspen Mountain Ticket Office for $25 and then upload the gondola at 8:15 a.m that morning.
Aspen Sundeck. Photographer: Daniel Bayer
You’ll find a delicious selection of self-serve breakfast entrees and you’ll enjoy your meal with Aspen Mountain employees who offer ski tips and advice on the best runs of the day. Then be one of the first ones to hit the slopes after breakfast. First Tracks Breakfast is limited to 80 guests.
Aspen Sundeck offers a delicious breakfast. Photographer: Daniel Bayer.
The deal is the same at Snowmass with the breakfast offered on Wednesdays and Fridays, for upper level intermediate skiers and snowboarders who are at least 11 years old. Stop by the Snowmass Ticket Pavilion for information.
Aspen is also offering free yoga three mornings a week. Start your day with a relaxing stretch at the top of the mountain. Mats are provided for the complimentary yoga session where they say to, “Elevate your soul at the Sundeck.” The free classes are from 9:30-10:30 a.m on the mornings of Sunday, Tuesday, and Thursday throughout the season. You must have a ticket or pass to upload the gondola, though.
Try yoga at the top of Ajax at the Sundeck. Photographer: Daniel Bayer.
One of the Aspen area’s most festive and crazy times is the annual Winterskol winter celebration. It’s coming up Jan. 12-15 and is celebrated at all four of Aspen’s mountains with more than 40 fun events. It’s the 61st year for Winterskol, which is Aspen’s annual “Toast to Winter.”
Or call 970-923-0560 at Snowmass.