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Snowmass 2018-08-17T11:06:50+00:00

Snowmass: 1 Lift Ticket, 4 Mountains

Tickets, Weather, Terrain and Rentals

Snowmass, Aspen, Highlands, and Buttermilk

With direct ski-in ski-out access to Snowmass Mountain, and with Aspen, Highlands, and Buttermilk nearby, Snowmass Mountain Lodging puts an unparalleled selection of skiing and snowboarding adventures at your front door. With a single lift ticket, you can experience the unique features of each mountain, as you explore more than 5,000 acres and 330 trails set in some of Colorado’s most ruggedly beautiful terrain.

All four mountains are connected by short rides on a free and efficient bus system — you can even ski all four mountains in a single day.

2018-19 Season Dates

November 22, 2018 – April 21, 2019
Dates subject to change.

Contact Us

Let our professional concierge help you with all your trip planning. Call or complete our online request form.

Snowmass Facts and Stats

  • 3,332 skiable acres with 150 miles trails and a vertical drop of 4,406 feet

  • 6% green/beginner runs, 47% blue/intermediate and 47% black/advanced

  • Terrain park that is regularly considered one of Transworld Snowboard Magazines’ top parks with nearly 100 features

  • Other on mountain activities include tubing, and events such as Ullr Nights

  • The largest snowmaking capabilities in the region
  • Ski and snowboard schools, tuning and repairs, overnight ski/board check

Equipment Rental

There are several shops in Snowmasss Village which rent skis, snowboards, telemark and cross country equipment, snowshoes and helmets. Or, skis and boards can be fitted and delivered to your door through one of our preferred partners, Ski Butlers or Black Tie Ski Rentals.

Snowmass Mountain Lodging guests receive a 10% discount.
Click to reserve your gear or call (970) 924-6000

Bud Light Plaza Sessions

The Power of Four



The largest of the four mountains at 3,332 acres, Snowmass is regarded as one of North America’s top-tier ski resorts. Rising to 4,406 feet, the mountain offers 94 trails and 21 chairlifts. Families who can spend the day on The Big Burn with its wide-open cruiser runs, while experienced skiers can choose from Burnt Mountain Glades, High Alpine, the Cirque, Hanging Valley Wall, and other challenging runs that get the adrenaline pumping.

Aspen Mountain

Rising majestically to 3,267 feet above its namesake city, Aspen is legendary among true ski aficionados. Ajax, as locals call it, has hosted World Cup races and comprises 64 miles of trails spread across 675 acres of superb terrain. Excitement is here for the taking: Aspen features cruisers and glades for skilled skiers and snowboarders, as well as black and double-black diamond trails that are tailor-made for experienced athletes.

Aspen Highlands

With its exquisite views of snow-covered Maroon Bells and a 12,500-foot summit, uncrowded Highlands is a local favorite spread across 1,000 acres. Proficient skiers and snowboarders can access its most challenging terrain on the Deep Temerity triple chair, which rises 1,700 feet in just seven minutes. Those who set out on the half-hour hike to Highland Bowl are rewarded with breathtaking views, and a thrilling 2,500-vertical-foot descent at pitches as steep as 45 degrees.


Famous as home to the ESPN Winter X Games and the Red Bull Double Pipe event, Buttermilk has been a family favorite for a half-century, partly because it is considered one of the best mountains for those just learning to ski. It offers a beginner pipe and long, wide groomers at West Buttermilk, as well as the world’s longest snowboard park, accessible by a high-speed detachable quad chair. Steeper rolling runs at Tiehack cater to advanced and expert skiers, so everyone can experience a satisfying day on the mountain, whatever their interest of skill level.