Aspen Highlands

Aspen Highlands is located approximately 200 miles from Denver, in Pitkin County, and is the second largest of four Aspen, Colorado ski resorts. (See Aspen Mountain, Buttermilk and Snowmass).

Aspen Highlands has over 84 miles of trails on 1,028 acres and over 300" of annual snowfall. It's base sits at 8,040 feet and the highest lift summits at 11,675 feet. Adventure seekers can make an extra 700+ foot elevation climb to the top of Highland Bowl (12,392 feet), for some excellent inbound, back-country skiing.

With spectacular panorama views of the world famous Maroon Bells peaks (Maroon Peak @ 14,156' and North Maroon Peak @ 14,014') and the notorious Highland Bowl, it's easy to understand why The Highlands has been a favorite for over 50 years.

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Aspen Highlands Stats

Statistics

Skiable Acres: 1,028
Annual Snowfall: 300"
Number of Trails: 118
Longest Run: 3.5 miles
Lift Capacity: 6,500 pph
Established: 1958

Elevations

Base: 8,040
Summit: 11,675
Vertical Rise: 3,635

Terrain

Expert: 36%
Advanced: 16%
Intermediate: 30%
Beginner: 18%
Parks: 0

Lifts (5)

Quad (High Speed): 3
Triple: 2

Ticket Prices
(2013-14)

Adult: $109.00
Senior: $100.00
Youth: $100.00
Child: $73.00

Early season discounts may be available.

Season Passes
(2013-14)

Adult: $2,000.00
Youth: $900.00
Child: $580.00
Senior: $1,750.00

Hours of Operation

9:00am-3:30pm

Contact

520 E. Durant Avenue
Aspen, CO, 81611

P.O. Box 1248
Aspen, CO 81612

(800) 525-6200

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