Top Kids’ Winter Activities
In Snowmass, we’re a family destination with kid-friendly activities of all kinds available daily, and special kid-centric events throughout the winter. Here’s a list of all the best activities kids can take advantage of while visiting Snowmass:
Snowmass Village Recreation Center:
Splash around at the outdoor heated pool.
Looking for a wide open space to play in the snow? The field at the Rec Center is the perfect place to have a snowball fight or build a snowman.
Take a stroll down Labrador Lane, the walking (and dog-friendly!) hard-packed cross country skiing trail at the Snowmass Club.
Playgrounds aren’t just for summer! The Snowmass Recreation Center has two big, traditional-style playgrounds open year-round.
Head to the Snowmass Village Ice Rink for figure skating practice or a pick-up hockey game.
Check out the play areas near One Snowmass West and Sundae. These play areas allow kids to climb, explore, and slide back down to the ground!
Every day at 3:30pm enjoy roasting your own s’mores at the free s’mores carts in Base Village and the Snowmass Mall.
Head to the Limelight Hotel to ascend the 5-story climbing wall or play in the Kids Room, where you’ll find everything from toys to books to games.
Enjoy free ice skating at the Collective Rink.
Head to The Collective for the Game Lounge and Selfie Den, where you will find foosball, pool, an interactive wall mural, ski ball, board games, and much more!
Check out the event calendar at The Collective for free weekly activities, such as chess club, children’s story time, and disco parties on the Rink.
The Alpine Climb Room at the Treehouse is a multi-layered discovery area that lets children do what they do best- explore and climb!
Snowmass Lanes and Lounge bowling alley offers entertainment for friends and family of all ages. Go for a single game, or make it a family game night!
Light up the evening with Snowmass Luminescence, an interactive art and light display.
Roaring Fork Valley:
Check out the calendars at the local libraries- click here for Basalt, click here for Aspen.
Swim, splash, slide, or cruise down the lazy river at Aspen Recreation Center‘s indoor pool.
For ages 2.5-teen, skiing and snowboarding lessons at the Treehouse Kids’ Adventure Center will take their skiing or riding to the next level. Lessons are available with group or private instruction.
Twist and turn through numerous kids tree trails, located all across the mountain for green level skiers and up.
Head to Low Down Terrain Park to hit jumps, boxes, and a mini half-pipe!
Fly through the forest among snow-covered pines on the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster.
Slide down the multiple lanes of lift-served tubing at Elk Camp.
Take an evening gondola ride up to Elk Camp Meadows for Ullr Nights. Here you’ll find a variety of outdoor winter activities such as tubing, riding the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster, snowbiking, s’mores, and hot chocolate by the bonfire.
For intermediate skiers and snowboarders ages 11 and up, be the first to enjoy newly groomed or fresh powder before the mountain officially opens for the day with . First Tracks