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With a vertical drop of 4,406 feet and 3,332 acres of terrain, the sheer volume of Snowmass demands repeat visits. After experiencing even a slice of all the cruisers, glades, steeps, terrain parks and halfpipes (via 21 lifts and 94 trails), we guarantee guests will be back for more. Families can continue their mountain journey in the Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center.
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||What's not to like?
Glade skiing? It's there. Shoots and undulating terrain or wide open bowls? Yep, that too. Deep and steep? Sure. Want a piece all to your self. Snowmass is a big ski resort. You will find it. What's not to like? Well...you pr...More
The kids "treehouse" is supposed to be a great learing experience. Your kids will be stuckin in basically a 50 by 200 foot area all day. They have to wait at the top of the magica carpet for 5- 10 minutes per run for some Aus...More
||Snowmass in March
Heard Great things about Snowmass and will be going there for the 1st time in march. I ski the Northeast and heard that I won't want to go back there after colorado powder! There are places I can ski without ice and frozen gr...More
What's New This Season at Snowmass
Already one of North America’s premier resorts, Snowmass continues to undergo a host of on-mountain improvements that will greet skiers and riders for the 2012-2013 season.
Elk Camp constitutes one of the largest on-mountain projects for ASC in the 2012-2013 season. The $13 million dollar venture will provide a restaurant with seating for up to 300 guests.The restaurant menu concept will feature a rotisserie station, full of golden brown chickens; a pizza station, with a custom built pizza oven; a salad bar with interesting, ‘ready to eat’ grains and prepared salads, as well as a soup station.
Snowmass will add 230 acres of new terrain on Burnt Mountain this season, bringing total skiable acreage to 3,362 acres, the second largest ski area in Colorado. The terrain on Burnt Mountain features rolling, low-angle meadows, glades and spectacular views into the valleys between Snowmass and Buttermilk.
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0239 Snowmass Club Cir
Snowmass Village, CO US
Snowmass Phone Numbers
(970) 925-1220 / (800) 525-6200