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Whether you're planning a skiing trip in the winter, a hiking trip in the summer, or a spa trip any time of year, Aspen is the place. Book your choice of Aspen condos right on the slopes or in rustic lodges with panoramic views, and plan the mountain getaway you've been dreaming about.
Aspen visitors can look forward to mild summers and cold winters, the ideal climate for seasonal activities year-round. In the winter, temperatures typically top out around 35 degrees, while summer generally sees temperatures in the mid-70s. Aspen receives most of its precipitation from November through April, which means the area averages nearly 180 inches of snow each year. Summers tend to be pleasantly dry.
How to Get Around
Getting to Aspen is easy, with the Aspen-Pitkin County Airport located just a few miles away from the center of the city and offering several daily flights from Denver. Only 70 miles away, Eagle Vail Airport is also a short drive from the Aspen area.
Once you've arrived in town, you can easily get around Aspen without a car. Get from Aspen condos to most in-town attractions by bike, on foot, or via the city's free shuttle transportation service.
Things to Do
If you're planning a wintertime trip, start your excursion on Aspen Mountain, also known as Ajax. The first mountain in the area to open to skiers in the mid-20th century, Aspen Mountain boasts 64 miles of ski runs for those of all skill levels. For one of the area's best snowboarding schools and 150 miles of trails, head to Snowmass, Aspen's most popular ski area.
In the summer, Maroon Bells is the place to be. With miles of hiking trails, beautiful scenery, and stunning vistas, you won't find a more scenic destination in Aspen. For one of the area's most gorgeous drives, head to Independence Pass, one of the highest roads on the continent and the site of a ghost town that thrived during the gold rush.
After an adventure-packed trip, indulge in a massage or body treatment at one of Aspen's many full-service spas. Look forward to a high-end experience at Rèmede Aspen spa, which features a complimentary steam cave, cold plunge, waterfall, and oxygen lounge, along with facials and aromatherapy treatments. At Heaven on Earth, indulge in a heavenly massage, cannabis body treatment, or oxygen facial.
Home to numerous events year-round, Aspen attracts everyone from locals to celebrities. Welcome the new year with the city's Wintersköl festival, which boasts a snow sculpture competition, a bike race, a soup contest, and a colorful fireworks show.
During the summer season, get tickets for the annual Food & Wine Classic in Aspen, typically held in June. This highly anticipated event features over 300 vintners sampling premium wines from around the world, accompanied by specialty foods. The event also includes tastings and cooking demonstrations, making it the ideal foodie event. In July, explore the best local paintings, sculptures, ceramics, and jewelry at the annual Aspen Arts Festival.
No matter what time of year you plan to visit, Aspen is a smart choice. You'll find outdoor adventures for all activity levels, festivals that will entertain everyone, and Aspen condos perfect for your group.