SNOWMASS village

snowmass village living: all the details


Elevation Snowmass Balloon Festival
8,223 feet at the mall; 11,835 feet at the top of the Big Burn.

Climate Winter
Intense, high-altitude sun 300 days a year; cool nights in summer. Average annual snowfall 200 inches.

Climate Summer
(June to September) very low humidity, daytime 65-85 degrees, a nearly perfect climate. 

Nearly 2,000 permanent residents, with lodging for about 10,000 guests.

Aspen School District, with bus service for all grades. Again, check the BJ Adams and Company newsletter on school options.

Free shuttle around the Village, with frequent bus service to Aspen (15 minutes), as well as to Basalt (20 minutes), Carbondale (30 minutes) or Glenwood Springs (45 minutes). Limo/shuttle to the airport (10 minutes).

Skiing and snowboarding on Snowmass Mountain and free skier shuttles to Aspen, Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands; free cross-country ski trails; The Snowmass Club (full athletic, golf, and tennis club, with dining and lodging); hiking, mountain biking, even dog-sledding.

Our Town


Enlightening Ritual
Evening lecture with the artist-in-residence at Anderson Ranch Arts Center

Locals' Tradition
Free Thursday night summer concerts on Fanny Hill

Where to Meet Them
Apres ski at Basecamp, the 4th of July community picnic, around the pool or at a spinning class at The Snowmass Club, any concert.

Favorite Evening Diversion
Jazz Aspen Snowmass Festival in June and September

Place to Walk Your Dog
Alongside the Ditch Trail from The Divide to the East Snowmass Creek overlook

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