Aspen Snowmass in the Summer
Camp Aspen Snowmass activities will begin for the summer on June 15 and continue through Aug. 21, 202o. Programming will run with social distancing protocols in place that will engage children with safety in mind first. Programs this year will include downhill biking in the Snowmass Bike Park, rock climbing on the Rugged Ascent Climbing Wall, fishing, rocket building, mountain boarding, arts and crafts, hiking, Treeline Challenge Course and the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster.
New this year, a Private Camp option is available to ensure camper’s safety and limit exposure while also providing a personal and enjoyable experience. Private Camp from Camp Aspen Snowmass will include a custom experience and will be limited to members of the family or a small group selected by families in order to limit camper exposure and exercise social distancing outdoors. Private Camp options will be available for kids 3-15 and have a maximum of five children/teens per group. All activities will be age-appropriate and lift access is included in the cost.
For more information, please visit: https://www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/camp-aspen-snowmass/private-camp.
Programming (reservations required)
In order to maintain social distancing rules and sanitation, Aspen Snowmass has updated programming. While some activities will be removed from the calendar, this also provides the opportunity to offer campers new, unique activities as well. Reservations are required for all daily activities this summer. As always, safety is a top priority and campers will be spending the majority of the day outdoors and on the mountain. When indoors, due to weather or other circumstances, campers will be required to wear masks.
Aspen Snowmass will be following state guidelines regarding young children and masks. Group sizes will adhere to up-to-date COVID-19 guidelines and state licensing regulations. Campers will remain with the same group of children/teens and staff for the entire day. Guidelines no longer allow Aspen Snowmass to provide lunch for campers and all campers are required to bring a nut-free lunch from home as well as their own water bottle.
Health and safety of the children is the top priority and programs, group sizes and lunches will be modified accordingly. For an update on safety information visit, www.aspensnowmass.com/safety/announcements.
Please visit www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/camp for the most up-to-date programming calendar. Please note this is subject to change.
Specialty Camps (reservations required)
Rocket Camp (Ages 5 and up) – These two and three-day camps are ideally suited for young scientists. Kids will learn about and build their own model rocket and watch it launch. Campers must sign up for the entire two or three-day session.
2-day camp – Age 5 – Every Thursday and Friday, June 18 – Aug. 21
3-day camp – Ages 6 and up – Every Monday – Wednesday, June 15 – Aug. 19
Mountain Skills Camp (Ages 6 to 12) – This program is designed for campers to develop skills to become more competent in the outdoors. Kids will spend the entire day on-mountain participating in activities that include rock climbing, orienteering, scavenger hunts, outdoor art (including paintball art), and team building skills. Campers must sign up for the entire two-day session. Offered every Thursday – Friday, July 2 – Aug. 21.
For more information on Camp and protocol visit, www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/camp-aspen-snowmass.
For information on Private Camp visit, www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/camp-aspen-snowmass/private-camp.
For more information on activities in The Lost Forest visit, https://www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/lost-forest
For more information regarding summer activities at Aspen and Snowmass, please call 970-923-1227 or visit www.aspensnowmass.com/summer-recreation.
About Aspen Skiing Company
Aspen Skiing Company (ASC), based in Aspen, Colo., operates the four mountains in the Aspen Snowmass area – Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk. In addition, ASC owns and operates the award-winning Ski & Snowboard Schools of Aspen Snowmass, a collection of rental and retail shops titled Four Mountain Sports and a hospitality division that includes the five-star, five-diamond property, The Little Nell and three contemporary Limelight Hotels, one based in the core of Aspen, one at the base of Snowmass Mountain, and the other in Ketchum, Idaho. In its current form, ASC is a values-driven company that is grounded within the core values of: Live Passionately, Awaken the Spirit, Elevate Community and Honor Place. Aspen Snowmass is accessible by two of the most convenient airports in the mountains – Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) (3 miles from Aspen) and Eagle County Airport (EGE) (70 miles from Aspen). For more information about Aspen Snowmass, visit www.aspensnowmass.com or call (800) 525-6200. Follow Aspen Snowmass @aspensnowmass on Twitter and Instagram or at www.facebook.com/aspensnowmass.