Aspen Highlands

Aspen Highlands features extreme Colorado steeps. Think you are really, really good? Then go where the locals go to get humbled - Aspen Highlands. Wide-open runs, breathtaking views, plenty of beginner and intermediate runs, and hike-accessible terrain that is some of the steepest in the state.
Annual Snowfall
300.0 inches/762 cm
1028 acres
Base Elevation
8040 feet/2445 meters
Summit Elevation
12392 feet/3768 meters
Hours of Operation
Season Dates
December 2014—April 2015
P.O Box 1248 1600 Maroon Creek Road
Aspen, CO, 81612
Main Phone Number
800 308-6935
Lodging/Central Reservations
Closest Airport
Aspen/Pitkin County ASE
Miles from Denver

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Best Known For

Aspen Highlands has some of Colorado's best steep, big-mountain skiing in the Highland Bowl, Olympic Bowl and Steeplechase. If you're looking for Aspen Highland's best-kept secret, check out mid-mountain beginner and intermediate terrain and the lower mountain steeps.

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Aspen Highlands is one of four mountains in the Aspen/Snowmass area. If you're visiting for the day or planning an extended stay to Aspen, make sure to check out the extreme terrain at Aspen Highlands.