Downhill Skiing & Snowboarding
Aspen Highlands Ski Resort
Terrain options appropriate for any level - although famed for black and double-black-diamond terrain there are actually more green and blue runs.
Locals love Highland Bowl, and this year, there's more to love. Hit the Whole Bowl for a big-mountain experience that manages to keep even our Olympians and world-champ freeskiers happy.
The Whole Bowl - 70 new acres in Highland Bowl - all north-facing, steep and gladed. Additional terrain opening in the No Name Bowl area. Extension of the Olympic Bowl catwalk.
General Skiing Information
Season Opening Date: December 10, 2016
Season Closing Date: April 16, 2017
Vertical Rise: 3,635 ft.
Terrain: 1,040 acres
Number of Trails: 122
Longest Run: 3.5 miles
- Beginner - 18%
- Intermediate - 30%
- Advanced - 16%
- Expert - 36%
Annual Snowfall: 300 inches
Lifts: 5 Total (3 High-Speed Quads & 2 Triples)
Lift Capacity: 6,500 skiers/hour
Uncrowded slopes: On average, 2 people per acre
Base Elevation: 8,040 ft.
Summit Elevation: 11,675 ft. (12,392 ft. Top of Highland Bowl)
Map Location: Northwest G-9
Location: Within the White River National Forest, three miles from downtown Aspen.
More Activities & Information
Aspen & Snowmass Village, Colorado includes: Basalt, Snowmass Village
Crystal River Valley, Colorado includes: Carbondale, Marble, Redstone