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What’s New in Snowmass – Winter 22/23

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Whether you’re a longtime visitor of Snowmass Village or experiencing our destination for the first time, we think you will love all that is new to see and do in the winter 2022/2023 season. New lodging, shopping, restaurant offerings, activities, events and more have launched, providing endless opportunities to see and do, on and off the slopes.


With more options than ever before to get to and from Snowmass Village, this winter is the perfect time to visit. Delta has added a second daily nonstop between Atlanta (ATL) and Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) to this winter’s schedule, beginning December 17, 2022.

Looking at flying into or out of Denver or Eagle? Debuting this winter, the Roaring Fork Express offers daily ground transportation shuttles to and from Denver International Airport and Eagle County Airport. With these new offerings, getting to and from Snowmass Village is easier and more accessible than ever.


The Collective Snowmass debuts its new lineup for the winter season on November 25, 2022. With an array of shows, activities, and events, there is sure to be something for everyone. Programming includes the Snowmass Live Comedy & Music Series, Community Bingo, Chess Club, ACES Wild Perspective series, Live Storytelling with Alya Howe, Paint & Sip Art Classes with local artist Kelly Peters, the return of the Winter Holiday Market & Santa, Open Mic Nights, Salsa Dancing, Discos on the Rink, Ice Rink performances, and more.

Aspen Snowmass welcomes the return of international ski racing this season with the Audi FIS Ski World Cup. The top men in the in the world compete on the America’s Downhill course on Aspen Mountain, an iconic World Cup venue with decades of racing history. Events will include two downhills and a super G scheduled March 3-5, 2023.

Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Anderson Ranch Arts Center features several events and workshops for the upcoming winter. Scheduled to complement breaks in the elementary school calendar, Art Breaks offers programming for children ages 7-10. Other offerings include Facilitated Studio Practices and Photographic Collage: A Painterly Approach. Additionally, local favorite, Anderson Ranch’s Holiday Open House returns on December 8, 2022. This event will showcase the work of Anderson Ranch fall Artists-in residence. 

Base Village

New additions to the restaurant scene are Aurum’s “Yappy Hour” and “Hit the Trails” menus, featured in addition to their regular happy hour menu. The “Yappy Hour” Menu is a dog-specific menu served on the patio spaces at Aurum Snowmass. The menu consists of special dog-friendly treats to be sure each extra family member isn’t left out of the gourmet experience. Best of all, each dish is served on a frisbee! The “Hit the Trails” Menu is a gourmet grab-and-go menu aimed to ensure guests get the most to fuel their powder day. These meant-to-travel items are the perfect lift snacks during the winter months, easy to fit in a pocket and eat on the chairlift.

Ro + Fern Children’s Boutique

New to the Snowmass Base Village retail scene is Ro + Fern, Aspen-based children’s boutique. Locally owned and operated, Ro + Fern has kids covered from head to toe, whether they are into rocking the latest fashions or dressing rugged and exploring the mountains. Ro + Fern carries clothing, shoes, and toys for babies, littles, and tweens. Additionally, they carry baby shower and birthday gifts.


The Viewline Resort Snowmass, the newest member of Marriott’s Autograph Collection Hotels, celebrates its first full winter of operations. Since last winter, the resort has completed its renovations and launched new guest programming. Lupine Spa, now fully open, spans 3,650 square feet and is inspired by the resort’s alpine setting. Its inhalation therapy bar will become available this winter season offering 15-, 30-, and 45-minute oxygen sessions to assist with acclimation to altitude. This winter, the resort will also launch its Lupine KidsZone, an immersive kids club for little adventurers ages 5-12.


New dining, shopping, lodging, and activities for the whole family are sure to be the highlights of your trip. With so much new to see and do in Snowmass, we can’t wait to hear what your favorites are.

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