Snowmass provides several key elements of a memorable and seamless trip at no cost to you…
80+ miles of Hiking & Biking
The hiking and biking in Snowmass is so unique we have a website dedicated to each for you to use as a resource. HikeSnowmass.com and BikeSnowmass.com will help you pick and choose where you want to go based on your skill level, the type of trail you want to hike/ride and all the other essential information needed such as parking info and town maps. Check them out using the links above.
Free events are a big part of Snowmass’ character in the summer. From legendary events such as the Snowmass Balloon Festival and Snowmass Demo Days, you’re sure to find an enjoyable event at no cost.
A long-time Snowmass tradition for locals and visitors alike, the Snowmass Free Concert Series is celebrating its 27th season in 2018, playing host to 10 open-air Thursday night concerts slopeside on Fanny Hill and two bonus Saturdays (June 9 and July 21). Check out this year’s schedule here.
You don’t need a car, or even an Uber, when you’re in Snowmass. The Snowmass Village Shuttles provides free service to almost any location in the Village, including the Snowmass Center (grocery store), Snowmass Recreation Center, Base Village and the Snowmass Mall. Want to pop into Aspen? Free RFTA (Roaring Fork Transportation Authority) buses to Aspen depart every 30 minutes from the Snowmass Mall or Base Village. The Snowmass Village Shuttle’s website helps you find your route based on where you’re staying and you can find Aspen and Roaring Fork Valley bus information at RFTA.com.
Both an international arts center and a beloved community resource, Anderson Ranch welcomes art students and art enthusiasts of all ages―from beginners to leading artists of our time. Some of our favorite free events include the Visiting Artist Program, the guest faculty lectures, Lunchtime Auctionettes and the Annual Art Auction & Community Picnic. Learn more at AndersonRanch.org.
Adding to our unique Ice Age history, Aspen Center for Environmental Science takes guests on a guided hike of the actual site. Learn about Snowmass’ huge Ice Age fossil discovery, and see where thousands of mammoth and mastodon bones were found, on a guided Ice Age Discovery Hike. Call 970.922.2277 or visit AspenNature.org.