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About Aspen Snowmass

Aspen is a historic mining ski town located at the bottom of Aspen Mountain. There is a wide range of accommodation to suit most budgets, if you're looking to spend big bucks in this town you certainly can, but the reality is that there are also plenty of options to suit the more budget conscious. Accommodation types range from hotels and self-catered condos to ski-in/ski-out luxury.

Spend an hour exploring Highland Bowl, a day at Buttermilk, a week at Aspen Mountain, or a whole season discovering Snowmass — no matter how long you stay, you will never have the same experience twice. Aspen Snowmass is more than just four mountains of terrain.

It's a destination for living well. A place where the mountains challenge and thrill you by day, and where a vibrant cultural scene greets you at night. A place where just as much devotion is reserved for a polished groomer as a perfect line through the powder covered trees and where people know the value of staying out late and rising early for first tracks.

Known for:

  • Nightlife
  • Family friendly
  • Extensive terrain

About Beaver Creek

Beaver Creek is renowned for unrivalled white glove service, luxury accommodation, immaculately groomed slopes and a charming European style village. If you’re looking for a first class, luxury escape Beaver Creek is the place for you.

The mountain offers 1,800 acres of skiable terrain to explore with immaculate groomed runs (groomed twice daily!) as well as more challenging terrain including steep chutes and bumps. In the village you’ll find the perfect blend of European charm and luxury convenience including heated walkways and escalators.

You can access Beaver Creek, Vail, Keystone and Breckenridge on the one Epic Pass making this area great for a multi-resort ski holiday. 

Known For:

Family friendly
High service levels

About Breckenridge 

Breckenridge is an historic mining town with friendly locals and some of the best skiing in Colorado. It’s pretty easy to see why people visit Breckenridge once and never leave.

Arriving in Breckenridge is like taking a step back in time, you’ll find an authentic town with a rich mining history. Main Street is lined with buildings that have stood the test of time with many being over 100 years old, in the same area you’ll find a thriving bar & restaurant scene ranging from affordable pub style to fine dining options 

The mountain is divided into five peaks with terrain to suit all abilities, great if you’re travelling in a group with varying abilities or as a family. Breckenridge is also renowned for its impressive terrain parks making it a mecca for freestyle junkies.

Breckenridge is part of the Epic Pass and acts as a good base for a multi-resort holiday, you can ski Vail, Beaver Creek and Keystone on the same pass.

Known for:

Village charm
Terrain Parks
This resort is a real beaut! Crested Butte is sometimes labelled as the last real Colorado ski town, and we can see why – with a historic Victorian town, friendly locals and bucket loads of charm this mountain town is the perfect winter destination. While there are a few bars and restaurants spread throughout the village this isn't a party town, making it great for families or groups wanting to hit the slopes early in the morning. The mountain has a natural character that is both distinctive and exhilarating for any ability level. From the abundant wide open green and blue groomed trails to more advanced long cruisers and the famous extreme limits of the North Face and Headwall, the mountain has it all. Known for: Family friendly Village charm
It’s easy to see why this resort has long been a favourite with locals, only a two-hour drive from Denver, Copper Mountain provides access to 2,465 acres of skiiable terrain and a relaxed, friendly village that feels like home the minute you arrive. The naturally divided terrain starts out with gentle, sloping runs on the west and gets progressively steeper as you head east and there are several wide-open bowls for advanced skiers and riders. One of our favourite attractions is Woodward Copper, an indoor training facility for skiing and snowboarding with trampolines and foam pits to test out new tricks. Copper Mountain is one of the more affordable resorts in Colorado, great if you’re looking to plan a ski holiday on a tighter budget. Copper Mountain can act as an affordable base when visiting more expensive neighbouring resorts such as Vail, Beaver Creek and Breckenridge. Known for: Family friendly Village charm Woodward Copper

About Denver

Nestled amid the stunning Rocky Mountains, Denver offers a vibrant blend of outdoor adventure and cultural richness. Its walkable downtown invites exploration, boasting a plethora of urban delights within a one-mile radius. From kayaking on the Platte River to immersing oneself in world-class museums and indulging in delectable cuisine, Denver's dynamic cityscape captivates visitors with its eclectic charm.

As the arts and culture hub of the Rocky Mountain region, Denver boasts the largest performing arts complex in the U.S. and seven distinct art districts. Renowned for its diverse cultural offerings, including the expanded Denver Art Museum, the city promises immersive experiences that captivate the imagination.

Beyond its artistic allure, Denver boasts a thriving beer and craft beverage culture, with over 100 craft breweries, brewpubs, and taprooms. Paired with its emergence as a culinary capital, featuring James Beard Award-winning chefs and Michelin-recognized restaurants, Denver offers a gastronomic journey that tantalizes the senses and leaves a lasting impression. Additionally, as the perfect stop to acclimatize to the altitude before journeying into the ski resorts of Colorado, Denver ensures a seamless transition into the exhilarating world of alpine adventure.

About Keystone

Keystone is home to three magnificent mountain playgrounds—Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback—offering something special for every skier and rider. With over 900 vertical meters and more than 3,000 acres of skiable terrain, including bowls, bumps, glades, steeps, and groomers, Keystone is a winter wonderland. Enjoy activities from night skiing and snow tubing to the World's Largest Mountaintop Snow Fort, ice skating, sleigh rides, and more. There's fun to be had from sunup to sundown, both on and off the slopes.

About Steamboat

What is it that keeps people coming back to Steamboat, Colorado? It could easily be the famous Champagne Powder®, or maybe the western atmosphere and genuine friendliness that comes with any trip to Steamboat. It might be that it ranks as one of America's top family resorts or the top notch culinary experiences on offer. If there was an 'all of the above' option we'd select that.

Steamboat offers nearly 3000 acres of ski-able terrain across six peaks. You’ll find amazing tree skiing, a dedicated learner’s area and steep areas over the back of the mountain for those looking to test their skills. A free shuttle will take you from the mountain or your accommodation into the cowboy town where you can find a number of bars, boutiques and galleries to explore.

Known for:

Family friendly
Village charm
Champagne powder


About Telluride

Tucked away in a box canyon, Telluride is an eclectic mix of a historic mining town and a modern ski resort. Telluride, also known as "To hell we ride," has a colorful history and is home to the very first bank Butch Cassidy robbed.

Fast forward to the present day, and you’ll find a buzzing town and a tastefully designed Mountain Village connected by a free gondola. This resort offers an unmatched mountain experience for all levels of skiers and snowboarders, thanks to some of the most spectacular terrain and scenery in North America. Advanced skiers will be especially impressed by the nerve-wracking chutes and steep gladed runs on offer.

When you arrive at Telluride, everything is accessible by foot, free shuttle, or gondola – so say goodbye to your rental car and hello to your new mountain playground.

Known for:

  • Village charm
  • Advanced terrain
  • Nightlife

About Vail

Vail Resort is one of the largest ski resorts globally, boasting more than 5,200 acres of skiable terrain, seven legendary Back Bowls, and a world-class ski school. It’s no wonder skiers and snowboarders have been returning for over 50 years!

When you’re not cruising the mountain, you’ll be caught up in the excitement of Vail’s village. The buzzing pedestrian village offers a wide range of shops, activities, and bars, ranging from relaxed après lounges to exclusive areas where the rich come to be seen and party.

Known for its vibrant nightlife, charming village atmosphere, and plethora of non-ski activities, Vail promises an unforgettable mountain experience.

Winter Park, Colorado, is just over 100 kms from Denver making it the closest major ski resort to the capital city. But don't be scared off by it's proximity, Winter Park is tucked away in the Colorado Rockies and is known for its remoteness. Experience true Colorado with unspoiled nature, friendly locals charm, and the most consistent snowfall in the state. With the 'Seven Territories' there is something for everyone; groomed to black diamonds, terrain parks, off-the-beaten-path powder, and the world famous bumps of the Mary Jane Territory.