Snowmass Village, Colorado At A Glance


1,850 year-round residents


Town of Snowmass 8,104 feet

Snowmass Mountain:

Base: 8,104 ft.
Summit: 12,510 ft.
Vertical Rise: 4,406 ft.
Terrain: 3,332 acres

The Snowmass Village Story:

Tucked high in the Brush Creek Valley, Snowmass Village Colorado, is home to the second largest ski mountain in Colorado. Snowmass Mountain offers 150 miles of trails on 3,332 acres and a vertical rise of 4,406 feet. Surrounded by the spectacularly scenic Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, Snowmass also connects to the largest network of free groomed Nordic trails in the U.S. It’s no coincidence that part of its name is synonymous with “magnitude” and “substance.”

Snowmass Village is like the shy neighbor who turns out to be vivacious upon closer acquaintance. Within this 25-square-mile town resides over forty miles of hiking and biking trails and one of the best summer resort music scenes in the state. Snowmass also is one of the few resorts in the U.S. to offer mountainboarding terrain and the only Colorado resort to offer two 18-hole disc golf courses.

Snowmass Village is not your typical mountain town. One need only glimpse the grand splendor of Mt. Daly and the faces of people coming off the slopes year-round to understand that this town’s core lies amidst a fertile landscape of adventure and rejuvenation.  Steeped in ranching history, defined by its scenic mass, flanked by charming boutiques, restaurants and accommodations, this town offers more potential for mountain stories than ever before.  We think you’ll find this neighbor is one worth getting to know.

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Snowmass Links:

Snowmass Sun
The Town of Snowmass
Snowmass Summers
Ski Snowmass
Snowmass Free Concerts
Snowmass Videos
Snowmass Freeride
Snowmass Real Estate

Snowmass Village Colorado Restaurants:

The Artisan at The Stonebridge Inn
Phone Number : 970.923.2427

Black Saddle Bar & Grill at the Snowmass Club
Phone Number : 970.923.5600

The Edge Restaurant & Bar
Phone Number : 970.923.4004

Il Poggio
Phone Number : 970.923.4292

Phone Number : 970.923.3953

Limelight Lounge
Phone Number : 970.924-5100

Little Mammoth Steakhouse
Phone Number : 970.923.8892

Lynn Britt Cabin
Phone Number : 970.923.0479

Sage Restaurant
Phone Number : 970.923.0923

Snowmass Kitchen at the Westin Snowmass 
Phone Number : 970.923.8200

The Stew Pot
Phone Number : 970.923.2263

Toro Kitchen at the Viceroy Hotel
Phone Number : 970.923.8000

Venga Venga 
Phone Number : 970.923.7777

Additional Snowmass Tid-Bits:

Phone Numbers:

Construction Questions: 970.309.2653
The Town of Snowmass: 970.923.3777
Chamber Resort Association: 970.925.1940
Aspen Police Department: 970.923.5330
Aspen Valley Hospital: 970.925.1120
U.S. Forest Service, Aspen Ranger District: 970.925.3445
Aspen/Pitkin County Airport Information: 970.920.5380
Snow Report: 970.925.1221
Movie Theatres: Isis: 970.925.7584, Wheeler Opera House: 970.925.5973

Local Television Stations:

Plum TV – Channel 16,
Grassroots Community Television – Channel 12

Transportation and Parking:

RFTA/Ruby Park Bus Station: 970.925.8484
Aspen Parking Garage: 970.920.5430
Road Conditions: 970.920.5454 – Click her to view CDOT Interstate webcams
Colorado Mountain Express: 800.525.6363 or 970.947.0504

Need a Limo:

Ajax Limousine: 970.923.0101
Aspen Snowmass Limousine: 970.925.5549
Aspen Star Limousine: 970.379.2118
Aspen Valet: 970.544.9099
Ride Limousine: 970.925.1149
Snow Limo: 970.544.6475

Perhaps, A Taxi Will Do:

The Ultimate Taxi: 970.927.9239
Mellow Yellow Taxi: 970.925.2282
High Mountain Taxi: 970.925.8294

RFTA Bus System

RFTA provides free and frequent service within Aspen and Snowmass, as well as to the airport, the Aspen Business Center and all four ski areas. Free skier shuttle leaves Ruby Park every 10 to 15 minutes from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily. Regular bus service begins and 6:15 a.m. and ends at 2:15 a.m.. Service to Snowmass Village and downvalley will cost you – but not much.