Aspen Highlands Colorado

Fabulous

4.5 / 5

based on 18 reviews

Trails

Beginner
18%
Intermediate
30%
Advanced / Expert
52%

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Overview

Aspen Highlands is reputed with Colorado's best steep, big-mountain, in bounds skiing. Highland Bowl being the highlight, but here so much more to this mountain. You start your ski day on the Exhibition high speed quad to mid mountain - the Merry-Go-Round. From here ride the Loge Peak lift to the highly scenic summit to ski beautiful groomers like Meadows and Kandahar or drop down off the ridge to steeper less manicured Garmisch, St Moritz and Chamonix. The Cloud 9 Chair serves more blues like Gunbarrel and Grand Prix, and more edgy Moment Chutes and Olympic Bowl.  Glade skiers will love the steep snow-filled trees of Deep Temerity.

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Fabulous

4.5 / 5

based on 18 reviews

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Advanced

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Uncrowded

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Town

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Facilities

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Family Friendliness

Lifts

High Speed Quads
3
Triple Chairs
2

Elevation

Base
8,041 feet
Summit
11,677 feet
Vertical drop
3,636 feet

Terrain

Total runs
122
Terrain Parks
0
Longest Run
3 miles
Skiable Terrain
1,040 acres
Snowmaking Area
121 acres
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