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The snow-powdered playground of the jet-setting elite, Aspen has been luring in the rich, famous, and fabulous for decades. Home to 4 world-class skiing areas and all the glitz and glam of the après ski; pampering, indulgence, and entertainment come in top notch style just moments from the slopes. Cradled within Colorado’s majestic Rocky Mountains, the year-round resort offers more than just skiing and snowboarding however. When the snow melts it reveals an awe-inspiring backdrop for endless adventures, from hiking and biking to rafting and fishing.

Things to see

With 4 alpine hotspots to get your skis into, there’s something to suit every ability level. Boasting 675 acres of black-diamond terrain, Aspen Mountain put the resort on the map back in 1947. Here 76 trails weave their way through a variety of glades and steeps, offering a challenge for both intermediate and experienced skiers alike. Primarily appealing to the well-seasoned with a taste for adrenaline, the Aspen Highlands are home to the ‘Highland Bowl’, which promises the most intense skiing experience of all. With the highest vertical rise at 4,406 feet, the Snowmass Ski Area offers something for everyone, with 94 trails across varied terrain. For beginners, casual skiers and families however, Buttermilk Mountain’s gently rolling trails are arguably the most suitable. Whichever you choose, each area offers plenty of convenience in the way of chairlifts and amenities, to assist you on your way.

Hotels in Aspen

From lux full-service lodges and home from home condominiums, to cozy rental chalets and quaint log cabins, there’s a wide range of accommodation here. The luxury hotels in Aspen have been catering to the celebrity elite for decades, providing a chic twist on quintessential mountain style. Post-ski, you can be pampered in a spa, swim in a steaming outdoor pool, and indulge in posh nosh before retreating to your glamorous mountain view suite. Many hotels come with ski-in/ski-out access, or provide you with ski shuttles at your convenience. The budget hotels in Aspen come as familiar chain name digs or inns, offering all the basics and plenty of comfort.

Where to stay

A hotel in Aspen not only puts you beside some of the world’s best skiing, but amongst the legendary après-ski scene itself. Along with glossy boutiques and fine restaurants, jazz clubs, glitzy bars, and the most happening nightclubs all cater to a discerning crowd. Home to the largest ski area in the region, Snowmass Village provides all the trappings of a casual ski holiday. Come summer over 40 miles of trails keep hikers and bikers occupied. Sitting in the shadow of Mount Sopris just 30 miles from Aspen, the historic town of Carbondale makes another excellent recreational basecamp. Activities on offer include hiking, biking, kayaking, and fly-fishing.

How to get to Aspen

At just over 3 miles away, Aspen-Pitkin County Airport is the town’s primary gateway. Served by major carriers including American Airlines and United Express, its seasonal flights include connections between Chicago O'Hare International, Los Angeles International, and Denver International. Many however find it more convenient to fly into the latter, before making the 221 mile journey to Aspen. Cars can be rented from Denver International Airport, and the journey shouldn’t take any longer than 4 hours. If you don’t fancy getting behind the wheel however, there are a number of shuttles services that operate between Denver International and Aspen instead.