With 4,406 of vertical rise, 3,332 acres of varied terrain, and only two people per skiable acre, Snowmass is unmatched as a mountain resort, and regularly ranks among the best North American resorts — frequently in the #1 position. Ski groups can enjoy massive mountain terrain at Snowmass, and ski the other three Aspen/Snowmass mountains on the same lift ticket, all short rides away on free shuttles. Off the slopes, event options range from snowcat dinner rides to slope-side bowling, as well as all the shopping, concerts, fine dining, and general carousing that Aspen and Snowmass are famous for.
Getting around is easy, but so is getting — and staying — here. Just six miles away is an internationally served airport with more than 150 flights a week. Most of the 32 lodges in Snowmass offer airport transfers, and 95% are ski-in/ski-out. Groups can mix and match lodging options, which range from high-end hotels to condominiums to affordable mountain lodges. And if you need assistance planning the trip, a team of Snowmass group specialists is on-hand to help ski groups organize any need or desire, on and off the slopes.