Things To Do in Snowmass, CO

An unforgettable Snowmass getaway begins with the guidance of our concierge team.

V.I.K's (very important kids) love exploring in Snowmass.


Snowmass is a winter wonderland, receiving more average snowfall than most North American ski destinations at about 350 inches per year and 300 days of sunshine. Each winter locals and visitors take part in Snowmass’s endless recreation from alpine skiing to snowboarding, sleigh rides to dog sledding, snowmobiling to snowshoeing.

In the summertime, Snowmass offers warm, sunny days and crisp, starry nights. Spend the day fly fishing, hiking, or mountain biking. or play the 36 hole disc golf course. The Snowmass area is also home to several golf courses, as challenging as they are picturesque.

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Snowmass Hot Air Balloons
Each September, the Snowmass Balloon Festival is like no other in Colorado. From the number of balloons to the beauty surrounding Snowmass. This event is fun for the whole family to experience.
Snowmass Full Moon
Snowmass Base Village is centrally located on the ski mountain. Each of our vacation rentals are in the center of it all - just steps to shops, restaurants, activities, skiing, and more!

Connect with our concierge to plan your itinerary.

Snowmass Mountain Biking


The International Mountain Bicycling Association designated the Roaring Fork Valley IMBA Ride Center a Gold Level Ride Center. 300 miles of high-quality single track await you including Snowmass Mountain’s Bike Park, the Snowmass Rim Trail, and more! Snowmass now offers world-class mountain biking in the summer.

Snowmass Mountain Lodging offers guests secure, private bike storage and a complimentary cleaning station at 4 Mountain Sports. Not bringing your own bike? Our concierge can help you rent a bike to enjoy all of the trails.

Snowmass Balloon Festival


Do you dream of floating above the mountain tops? Then a hot air balloon ride in Snowmass Village is the perfect experience for you! Hot air balloon rides provide an incredible vantage point of Snowmass Village, Mount Daly, and the Elk Mountain Range. Rides depart soon after sunrise because the mountain winds are minimal and the surroundings are serene. However, our mornings can be a little chilly so make sure you dress in layers. You’ll travel up to 2,500 feet in the air and may land in several areas within Snowmass Village. 

Snowmass Ice Rink


Centrally located in Snowmass Base Village, the ice rink located next to  The Collective is open in the winter months to skaters of all abilities. This perfect activity for families allows those not skating to sit by an outside fire with a beverage. Rentals are available and there are two additional rinks at the Snowmass Rodeo Grounds and the Top of Elk Camp Gondola.

Snowmass Snowshoe


Aside from skiing and snowboarding down Snowmass's expansive ski trails, additional winter sports available include snow bikes, guided snowmobile tours, and snowshoeing. 

Connect with nature when you venture out on foot and take in the beauty of Snowmass. Snowshoe rentals and tours are available for your day off skiing or a perfect activity for non-skiers. 

The Spa at the Viceroy


The 7,000-square-foot Spa at Viceroy Snowmass offers a wide range of holistic spa treatments and services. Treatments include signature rituals inspired by ancient Ute, Nordic and Asian ceremonies and cultures, as well as traditional massages, facials, and beautification journeys that rejuvenate and restore mind-body equilibrium.

Indulge in one of our decadent Viceroy Snowmass spa treatments to fully relax and revitalize during your stay at our mountain resort in Aspen Snowmass.

Snowmass Lost Forest


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!