Feeling adventurous? Aspen Highlands is the perfect mountain for a steep, big-mountain experience in Highland Bowl, Olympic Bowl, Steeplechase and more adventurous terrain.
- Ski Season: Mid December – Beginning of April
- Summit Elevation: 11,675 feet / 3,559 meters
- Base Elevation: 8,040 feet / 2,451 meters
- Vertical Rise: 3,635 feet / 1,108 meters
- Total Skiable Acres: 790 acres / 320 hectares
- Number of Trails: 130
- Longest Run: 3.5 miles / 5.6 kilometers
- Terrain: 790 acres / 320 hectares
The breakdown of Aspen Highlands trails is: easiest - 18%, more difficult - 30%, most difficult - 16%, expert - 36%
Take up a little space. At Aspen Highlands, it’s no problem. Known for its uncrowded slopes there are, on average, just two people per acre. The little ones can have a blast and learn a lot at the Children’s Ski and Snowboard School.
It may be hard to tear yourself away from the slopes, but several great restaurants make taking a break a little easier. These are on-mountain and at the base village.
- Merry-Go-Round Restaurant (on-mountain)
- Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro (on-mountain)
- Soup Bowl at Cloud Nine (on-mountain)
- Thunderbowl Café & Market (base village)
- Iguanas Bar and Grill (base village)
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