Colorado, Aspen Snowmass

Aspen Snowmass Trail Map

View the trails and lifts at Aspen Snowmass with our interactive trail map of the ski resort. Plan out your day before heading to Aspen Snowmass or navigate the mountain while you're at the resort with the latest Aspen Snowmass trail maps. Click on the image below to see Aspen Snowmass Trail Map in a high quality.

Aspen Mountain Terrain

Ski the Mountain 

Aspen Mountain has been offering black diamond skiing directly above the town of Aspen since 1947. Though somewhat small in size, Aspen Mountain offers every kind of terrain in a compact, accessible package. The knowledgeable skier can maximize vertical by linking together fall line runs all over the mountain. From steeps to bumps to trees, Aspen Mountain is a terrain smorgasbord, accessed by a state-of-the-art gondola (iTunes docks included) and eight lifts. 

The total elevation is 11,212 feet with a base elevation of 7,945 feet and a total vertical drop of 3,267 feet. The breakout is 0% beginner, 48% intermediate, 26% advanced and 26% expert. The longest run is 3 miles. There is a total of 673 skiable acres and 300 inches of snow bolstered by snowmaking on 31% of the area. 

Groomers and Family

Aspen Mountain boasts 76 runs. The steepest one, Silver Queen, sits at an angle of 42 degrees. Aspen Mountain isn’t ideal for beginners, but it’s possible to ski the upper mountain while avoiding Spar Gulch and Copper Bowl, the two main top-to-botton funnel runs, which tend to intimidate families and beginner skiers. Ski off Chairs Seven, Three or Six to find some intermediate terrain at the top of the mountain. Don’t miss Ruthie’s Run, quite possibly the most consistent, fall line groomer in Colorado. The entire family will enjoy Bonnie’s, a midmountain restaurant serving legendary white bean chili and apple strudel with homemade whipped cream. Its famous two-tiered outdoor deck is a favorite hangout spot.

Snowmass Terrain

Ski the Mountain 

Snowmass is actually the larger of the four mountains with a base elevation of 8,104 feet and a top elevation of 12,510 feet for a total of 4,406 feet of vertical. It also features 3,132 skiable acres serviced by 21 lifts. Unlike Aspen Mountain, there is some dedicated beginner terrain, breaking out 6% beginner, 50% intermediate and 44% expert. Like Aspen Mountain, it also receives 300 inches of snowfall each year. 

Snowmass has a total of 94 runs with 3 terrain parks, including a Superpipe and a minipipe. 

Groomers and Family

Snowmass is known for its family-friendly activities as well wide-open, groomed areas. It is consistently rated a top skiing destination for families. If you don't want to ski the whole time, the entire family can enjoy the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster and the Ullr Nights. 

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