Skiing at Hotel Jerome
Four legendary mountains, one unforgettable destination
Amazing powder, backcountry adventures, culture, shopping and dining come together for the world’s best mountain town. But at the heart of it all is the stellar skiing that awaits on four incredible mountains—Aspen, Highlands, Buttermilk, and Snowmass—accessible on one lift ticket. More than 5,500 acres of skiable terrain, 300 miles of trails, the largest vertical descent of any resort in North America and views over the valley to the snow-covered Maroon Bells will remind you time and again: this is Colorado skiing at its finest.
- Aspen Mountain | 675 acres of skiable terrain, 3,267 ft. vertical rise, 64 miles of trails
- Snowmass | 3,339 acres, 4,406 ft. vertical rise, 150 miles of trails
- Aspen Highlands | 1040 acres, 3,635 ft. vertical rise, 84 miles of trails
- Buttermilk | 470 acres, 2,030 ft. vertical rise, 21 miles of trails
- Ski fresh powder on the backside of Aspen Mountain
Ski the original trails of Snowmass
In the early 1960s, a group of lucky locals were hired to scout the potential of a future ski resort on the vast flanks of Baldy Mountain—and ultimately design and cut its ski runs. “They were all passionate skiers, and that makes a difference,” says Snowmass Ski Area General Manager Steve Sewell. In 2018, Snowmass celebrated 50 years by marking the 25 original trails from the resort’s inaugural 1967-’68 season. Imagine the excitement of an earlier-era skier embarking on the carefully designed runs—or strike out on your own to explore Aspen, Highlands and Buttermilk.