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The Lost Forest at Snowmass

Find wild adventure surrounded by wild beauty at Snowmass.

“The Lost Forest is designed to be intertwined with nature.”

Dive into even more adventure with the most recent enhancements and additions at Snowmass. The Lost Forest provides plenty of adventure and thrills, regardless of the weather.  All of these new features will be easy to access via the top of the Elk Camp Gondola, where you’ll access activities at a mix of difficulties, geared towards fun for any visitors willing to give them a shot!

Head up to Elk Camp to get your mountain fix, with or without the snow!

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Lost Forest Winter Activities

  • Breathtaker Alpine Coaster: Riders wind through the trees, descending 410 feet on bobsled-like cars over an elevated track more than a mile long. Operates daily for $19/ride or as part of the $49 Activities Pass.

  • ACES Snowshoe Guided ToursDaily at 10am and 1pm at the top of Elk Camp Gondola for ages 7 and up. Tour fee will include lift ticket, snowshoe rental, and basic snowshoeing instruction, along with a snack and warm drink.

  • Ullr Nights Tubing: Beginning December 28 on Friday nights, guests can tube down illuminated runs as part of the $49 Activities Pass.

  • Ullr Nights Bonfire: S’mores and hot chocolate are available for purchase on Friday nights while you listen to live music.

  • Snowbike Tours: At 5pm daily, for ages 12 and up, meet at Snowmass Base Village Four Mountain Sports store. The $72 fee includes bike rental, tour, and lift ticket.

Lost Forest Summer Activities

  • Breathtaker CoasterA 7-9 minute alpine coaster ride on a 5,700-foot track traveling 410 vertical feet.

  • Treeline Trail Challenge Course: A high ropes course with five different paths above the Meadows Carpet lift.

  • Rugged Ascent Climbing Wall: Up to 15 auto-belay climbing lanes across a 40 foot wall that’s 60 feet wide.

  • GravityLogic Hiking + Biking Trails: A new 1.4-mile hiking trail plus a mile of rerouting to separate hiking and biking.  The new biking trails (added over the next few years) will cover a whopping 15.1 miles of terrain.

Explore Multi-Use Sites and New Trails

At the top of Elk Camp, the new Rayburn’s Pond and Maroon Vista will offer multi-use sites for group gatherings, photo opportunities, and naturalist talks. Both locations make the most of their natural surroundings and will provide interpretive signage and ADA-accessible paths.

The latest expansion of hiking and biking trails at Aspen Snowmass is intended to improve mountain accessibility. The 1.4 mile Spruce Spar trail is the newest hiking trail at Snowmass. Additional new trail is being created to reroute trail along the Sierra Loop and Rabbit Run, reducing trail intersections and improving the experience for hikers and bikers alike. The new mountain biking trails will give biking opportunities to beginner and expert riders, and will include a mix of flow and hybrid trails.  These trail improvements will also include upgrades to Meadows Skills Park.

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