Rediscover nature in the mountains
Let Your Spirit Soar Again
Marvel over lofty peaks, crystal-clear Alpine lakes, and plunging waterfalls. Seek out new experiences that will feed your passion for discovery as you gaze out over Aspen Mountain for a rare bird’s-eye view of the valley below. Awaken your mind with new intentions on a sunrise trail ride in the Wasatch Mountain Range. Or restore and rebalance your soul with heli-yoga and guided meditation in the pristine mountain air. Experience nature with unrivaled space and tranquility.
- Destinations are brought to you with the best of local culture at the resort
- Connect with nature on guided hikes, cycling excursions, horseback rides, and paddleboarding on a serene alpine lake
- Dine anywhere with our unique picnic series, in-room happy hour or private meal in a secluded corner of the grounds
Summer Longer Nightly $100 Credit
This summer, stay for a minimum of 3 nights or more and receive a $100 per night resort credit to apply to an adventure, wellness or culinary experience: Savor farm-to-table cuisine in a spectacular al fresco setting from James Beard Award-Winning Executive Chef, Galen Zamarra; gather by a crackling fire while listening to your kids' stories of their time spent at our sustainable farm; fish miles of private rivers for native Utah trout; or align body, mind, and spirit at our cliffside spa.
Summer Longer with 4th Night Free
Stay 4 nights or longer and your fourth night is on us. Adventure around Aspen. Enjoy hiking around Maroon Bells, a Jeep tour on Aspen Mountain, Paddleboarding or a CBD massage in our Auberge Spa.
Summer Longer with 4th Night Free
Enjoy a night on us and explore more of Telluride when you stay 4 nights or more this Summer. With world-class adventures, some of the country’s best trails, golfing and fly fishing, the choices for outdoor adventure are endless.
5th Night on Us
Award-winning trout streams, a variety of terrain to challenge cyclists and hikers alike -- all surrounded by breathtaking views of the San Juan Mountains. With so much to do in Telluride, stay an extra night on us to experience even more.
Exceptional Allures, Custom Itineraries
Awaken to new experiences. Be awed by every taste, every vista, every small exquisite detail and savor it deeply. Drink it all in and bathe in the simple wonder of the voyage.
Home to nearly as many adventures as acres, The Lodge at Blue Sky is a working ranch set on a breathtaking expanse of wilderness. Make it a stop on a great American road trip or land in nearby Salt Lake City and be on a horse by the afternoon. Inquire at 435.571.0349.
- 10 Days | Ultimate Summer Escape
- 4 Days | Fly Fishing Enthusiast
- 4 Days | Horse Lover
Chart a course to find the treasures of Telluride. From its natural beauty to its hometown charm, this adventurous mountain town is as precious as the gold that first beckoned miners to Colorado. Inquire at 970.369.0880.
- 3 Days | Challenge Yourself
- 3 Days | Blaze a Trail
- 3 Days | Camp Madeline
Make Aspen your trailhead for backcountry adventures, culture and cuisine. Enjoy 120 miles of hiking and biking trail, water adventures and kid-friendly exploration - all part of the best mountain scene in the Rockies. Inquire at 855.331.7213.
- 4 Days | Mind, Body, Spirit
- 3 Days | Camp Junior Jeromers
Away. At Last.
Into the Mountains
Get away with Auberge
Explore our hotels in the mountains
Cowboys once rode through the doors of Hotel Jerome, a modern Aspen landmark since the height of the town’s silver boom. After a day of blazing your own backcountry trails, settle back in an expansive room steeped in mountainside charm, or choose a residential suite with that extra something, from private elevator entrance to outdoor patio.learn more
Just outside Park City, our private 3,500-acre ranch is where to revel in an untamed landscape of pristine wilderness. Enjoy summer adventures to feed your spirit and awaken your soul, then unwind in an airy, modern mountain suite with sweeping outdoor terrace, or a freestanding house tucked along the banks of a spring-fed creek.learn more
Telluride is the most historic town in the Rockies, and Madeline is your basecamp, located steps away from where hiking trails start and access to the rugged Colorado backcountry begins. Sprawling residences and oversized rooms and suites, many with outdoor space, beckon after a day of summer thrills.learn more
Make small-town Telluride your very own small-town heaven with one of our spacious residences, most of which come with an outdoor terrace, all situated steps from the heart of downtown. A private funicular transports you directly to Telluride Trail for endless summer treks to roaring waterfalls, sprawling wildflower-dotted meadows and high-alpine lakes.learn more
Situated in the unspoiled Cimarron Range, our 10,000-acre working cattle ranch north of Telluride is where multigenerational families and groups of friends can escape to relish total solitude and experience spirited summer adventures of true Americana. An on-site airstrip and miles of private trails ensure a Western adventure at its most exclusive.learn more
Discover Endless Experiences in the Mountains
Enjoy a “top of the world” yoga session on a serene peak in Utah or an off-roading excursion to explore the Colorado high country few people get to see. Explore your next thrill in the mountains.
From riding out to a campfire-cooked breakfast in Park City to casting a line for prized trout in Telluride, the unique pleasures of the mountains await.
Hotel Jerome: Incomparable - A real gem in one of the most magical towns on earth! Perfectly located and beautifully managed, with incomparable service and charm, the Jerome maintains its historical (and five-star) status while providing the most modern, chic, stylish accommodations imaginable. It's simply the best spot in town, our absolute favorite! TripAdvisor - pleeyay April 2020
Stories from Auberge Resorts Collection
Hotel Jerome An Expert’s Guide to the Aspen Saturday Market
I started my career as a line cook at Hotel Jerome over 20 years ago, and I’ve been lucky to be executive chef here since 2012. Through the years, I’ve seen Aspen undergo a number of changes, but one thing has stayed remarkably constant: the Aspen Saturday Market, a community gathering spot since it opened in 1998.
Madeline Colorado’s Most Scenic—and “Fruitful”—Road Trip
As an Area Director of Sales and Marketing, I cover two amazing mountain resorts: Hotel Jerome in Aspen and Madeline Hotel & Residences in Telluride. That means I’m often on the road shuttling between the two, surrounded by some of the most scenic vistas in Colorado.
Blue Sky Girls Getaway in a Michelin Star State
My girlfriends and I were looking for a place for a girls getaway. Our goal was great outdoor experiences and relaxed but attentive service. We wanted something a bit different this year. One friend had been to Utah before and mentioned she had a fabulous time. Of course, many of us have been skiing in Utah, but it is spring, and all the snow has melted. We were not convinced there would be anything to do. After some searching, I found out that Utah is the first state to be given three Michelin Stars!
Element 52 Braving Colorado’s White-Water Rapids
The roar of the Upper Piedra River is loudest when the cold, hard snow begins to melt in Telluride. So in late May, adrenaline junkies head straight for the river’s frigid Class IV rapids. “Spring runoff turns the Piedra into a raging river, perfect for intense white-water rafting,"...
Element 52 Seeking Sky-High Thrills at Via Ferrara
“Just breathe,” he told himself as he navigated Telluride’s thrilling trek. Studded with steel rungs and strung with ropes, Via Ferrata—one of the few of its kind in the U.S.—soars 2,000 feet high and offers aerial views of a tree-littered valley and the town. The adrenaline-pumping, two-mile expedition includes navigating a rock wall, walking along a sheer cliff trail only a foot wide...
Hotel Jerome How to Soar Like a Bird Over Aspen
My wife Maggie and I are Co-Captains of the Banquets Team, where you will usually find us presiding over wedding receptions and corporate events, orchestrating all the minute details from setting up 12-piece place settings to making sure the procession of courses and wine pairings goes smoothly. But I also lead a double life. As many mornings as possible, I soar like a bird high over Aspen as a paragliding instructor. It’s the most exhilarating feeling to see the four ski mountains—Aspen, Snowmass, Highlands, and Buttermilk—and the entire valley from such a high vantage point.
Hotel Jerome Swinging High in Aspen
I moved to Aspen last summer and soon adopted the same ritual as a lot of locals I know: trekking up Smuggler Mountain for an invigorating morning hike. The usual reward is a sweeping view of the town of Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley from the observation deck at the summit. But on my last trek, I found another reward far sooner. Just off the first turn, I spotted a wooden swing carved with the words #AspenSwingProject. Whether you use it for a short rest, or pump your legs for a childish thrill like I did, the swing truly is a “random act of kindness.”
Hotel Jerome Fireworks, Sunsets and a 4th Floor Balcony
There is a semi-secret spot at the Jerome on the fourth floor balcony that is a great place to have a drink, watch fireworks or see the sun set down over the valley. It’s a hidden nook and it’s just a sweet place to get some fresh air and look out at the Aspen mountains. You might even find Tony, our General Manager, up there taking in the beauty of this amazing town, which never gets old - which Tony should know as he as been here 35 years. PS: Don't let him know that I told you about his secret spot.
Hotel Jerome Don't Be Fooled Aspen Is For Kids
A word of warning for parents— your kids are one Junior Je-Roamer trip away from breaking your croquet winning streak, taking the "ski-ripper" family title, or showing you up at fishing. Aspen may be an adult’s paradise, but it doubles as a kid’s disneyland. While there are a myriad of adventures to explore, a Je-Roamer favorite is T-Lazy-7 Ranch, where winter is for suiting up to tour the white wonderland via snowmobile, and summer months are remembered for riding horses through Maroon Creek Valley and catching a trophy-sized rainbow trout while fly-fishing for the first time. (Don’t worry, young in age or young at heart, all are welcome.)
Hotel Jerome My Favorite Aspen Season Isn't Winter
There’s one thing you need to know about Aspen; you’ll come for the winter, and stay for the summer. Ski season might be total heaven, but the world-renowned events going on during the warmer months make it tough to say goodbye come September.
Element 52 Conquering a 14,000-Foot Summit
Locals lovingly call them 14ers—the majestic, rugged mountains rising above 14,000 feet that are heavily concentrated in Colorado, which has the most of any state. The quest to dominate these treacherous summits has captivated many adventurers. “The Telluride area has 14 of the state’s 53 peaks,” Troy Trinh says. “My favorite, Wilson Peak, happens to be one of the toughest. You might recognize its northern face from the Coors Light can.”