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Snowmass Village sits in a small valley beneath some very large mountains. Since the 1900s, ranchers have come here for the creeks and meadows that are nourished by the mountain’s snowpack. But around the middle of last century, people got excited about something else they could do with that snow, and Snowmass hasn’t been the same since. It’s become the home base of another breed of mountain folk; artists, athletes, adventurers and enthusiasts of all stripes now thrive here.
Surrounded by many of Colorado’s most beautiful mountain peaks, this still-small town is home to some of life’s biggest experiences. Legendarily, much of the best ski and snowboard terrain in North America is found here. Summer adventures are just as impressive — from premier fly fishing to whitewater rafting to weekly rodeos that star the great-great grandkids of the ranchers that settled this valley more than a century ago. Around Snowmass you’ll find more than 90 miles of hiking, biking and equestrian trails and 27 holes of scenic disc golf. Concerts rock the village year round, and the summer is full of festivals, events, and big-name acts on world-famous stages.
GoSnowmass.com is your most valuable resource for customizing your visit to the valley. We provide travel expertise and local insight, and plenty of Western hospitality. We’ll help ensure your time in Snowmass is as big as the mountain itself. Contact Snowmass Tourism for all your vacation and group sales needs.