Colorado, Aspen Snowmass

Reviews for Aspen Snowmass

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Reviews for Aspen Snowmass

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Everything is very expensive, more then doubble than skiing in europe, every restaurant looks the same, very difficoult to go around town, not easy to get a taxi, staying downtown becomes a must. pistes badly groomed and very bumpy
nice views
Everything very expensive, very bumpy pistes, badly groomed
Leonardo Cornejo
Beautiful ski resort. Long fun slopes with lots of choice. Signaling can be better... sometimes you are playing a route and then the names of the slopes disappear/change, leaving you wonder where you are going. Lifts could be faster.
Big ski resort. Long slopes
Expensive, not a lot of choices to have a drink or eat in town
Snowmass is the best ski area in North America. It has everything. Aspen Highlands is a double black diamond terrain only for experts. Aspen Village ski is overrated. My 5 star is for a combination of all and top ratings go for Snowmass.
Rex Goulevitch
Have skied Europe and other North American resorts but Snowmass is still my favourite. Hardly ever a lift line and you can always find a run where you feel like the only skier on it. Excellent ski in/out lodgings.
Long cruisy blues and excellent snow quality.
Expensive to stay there.
slim jim
Yea sire
its good
Rocket Rick
Jan 6–10, 2024. Skied all four mountains on 5-day Ikon Base+. Highlands was favorite due to intermediate to expert terrain and uncrowded conditions that preserved snow quality longer than the other mountains. RFTA Intermountain bus service was reliable but inconveniently required transferring bus lines. On mountain lodges and services smartly placed. And après scene is adequate at Ajax and Snowmass.
Varied Terrain and Abundant on Mountain Services
Lacks Resort Cohesiveness and Intermountain Logistics
Abe Gold
Skied Ajax, Aspen Highlands and Snowmass. The best resort I have ever skied of 55. So much variety and vertical. The incredible trees of the Big Burn. It's been many years since I was there, this is #1 to me.
Great terrain, steeps, trees and vertical
Our family has been skiing Aspen Snowmass every year since 2015. Over the years there have been continuous improvements in lifts and amenities on the mountain as well as a build out of the Snowmass base village. We spend most of our time on Snowmass, which is the largest of the 4 mountains, and enjoy spending a day here and there on the other 3 mountains. Snowmass is very family friendly and much of the lodging is ski-in and ski-out.
Vast and well maintained trail network; excellent lifts with no wait
Not easy to get to; food and lodging are pricey
Dr. David Watson
Aspen Snowmass has a wide variety of terrain. This is a fantastic mountain for racing, side-country skiing, park and pipe and free skiing. The food at the mountain lodges is absolutely terrible except for Pizza Up at the top of Big Burn. The powderhorn, the wall and AMF are fun runs on powder days. This is a great place to go spring skiing in early April. This mountain should stay open until May 1st but it closes too early due to the Elk migration. Big Air Dave has spoken…
Low skier density
Corporate mountain that prices out low and middle income families.
Arguably the best all around skiing in Colorado. It is pricey and the vibe is a bit different, becasue well it is Aspen. Not everyone's cup of tea. There is some very high quality skiing here and nobody can deny that with a straight face. In terms of a big name Co resorts Aspen blow Vail out of the water. Personally I still like CB and Telluride better though even though they are definately smaller. I just like the vibe at those hills better. I lived near Aspen and skied Highlands and Snowmass as my home hill for a bit and the skiing is fantastic if you can handle the ocasionally snooty attitude and can afford the sky high prices.
Huge complex of skiing with something for everyone
Really expensive place in general, skiing is very good. Be ready to spend a lot of money though. Highland is a hoot for skilled skiers, Snowmass has something for everyone, and Buttermilk is great for novices or terrain park folks.
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