Buttermilk Skiing and Snowboarding Terrain / Mountain Stats

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Buttermilk Terrain

Famous as the home of the X Games Aspen, Buttermilk is actually best known for wide-open and gently rolling trails that cater to beginners and families. Keep an eye out for Olympians, X Games champs and other park kids braving the giant features in the legendary terrain park.

Buttermilk Snowboarding

Halfpipes: 2
Tarrain Parks: 5

Parks and pipes: 5 terrain parks (Ski & Snowboard School, Teaser, Uncle Chuck's, Jacob's Ladder and X Park), 1 superpipe (X Games Superpipe) and 1 beginner pipe (Panda Pipe) – all within Buttermilk Terrain Park offering levels from freestyle beginners to experts. Don't be surprised to find yourself riding along side Olympic and X Games medalists on any given day.

Buttermilk Mountain Stats

Mountain Terrain
Summit 9,900 Ft / 3,018 M
Base 7,870 Ft / 2,399 M
Vertical 2,030 Ft / 619 M
Acres 420 Ac / 170 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Longest Run: 15,840 Ft / 4,828 M
35%
39%
26%
0%
Trails: 44
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts Season/Hours
High-Speed 4: 3
Doubles: 1
Other: 4
Capacity (per hr): 7500
Season:
From 12/13/2012 to 4/5/2013
Sunday: 9-3:30
Monday: 9-3:30
Tuesday: 9-3:30
Wednesday: 9-3:30
Thursday: 9-3:30
Friday: 9-3:30
Saturday: 9-3:30
Mountain
Summit 9,900 Ft / 3,018 M
Base 7,870 Ft / 2,399 M
Vertical 2,030 Ft / 619 M
Acres 420 Ac / 170 Hc
Annual Snow 200" / 508cm
Longest Run: 15,840 Ft / 4,828 M
Terrain
35%
39%
26%
0%
Trails: 44
Night Skiing? No
Nordic Skiing? No
Heli/Cat Skiing? No
Mountain Biking? No
Lifts
High-Speed 4: 3
Doubles: 1
Other: 4
Capacity (per hr): 7500
Season/Hours
Season:
From 12/13/2012 to 4/5/2013
Sunday: 9-3:30
Monday: 9-3:30
Tuesday: 9-3:30
Wednesday: 9-3:30
Thursday: 9-3:30
Friday: 9-3:30
Saturday: 9-3:30

What's New This Season at Buttermilk

Best known for: X Games Aspen, which is held at Buttermilk; beginner terrain makes Buttermilk an excellent learning mountain for new skiers and snowboarders; unsurpassed grooming. Best-kept secret: Long, wide groomers at West Buttermilk and steeper rolling runs at Tiehack.

Information last updated 10/28/2012.