Things to Do in Aspen
The Aspen Historical Society actively preserves and passionately presents Aspen’s local history in a manner that will continue to anchor the community and its evolving character.
The Aspen Institute mission is to foster values-based leadership and to provide a neutral and balanced venue for discussing and acting on critical issues through seminars, Global young-leader fellowships, policy programs, and public conferences and events.
Come out and listen to the wonderful music in Aspen Colorado while you are surrounded by majestic mountains and the clean Aspen mountain air.
The Aspen Parks and Recreation center offers a wide variety of activities for summer and winter. Click on their logo to the left to view dates and times for a variety of fun activities in Aspen! Check out the E-newsletters for times and locations.
Aspen Ski Co operates the four mountains in the Aspen/Snowmass area – Aspen Mountain, Snowmass, Aspen Highlands and Buttermilk – as well as the award-winning Ski & Snowboard Schools of Aspen/Snowmass. Information on summer events and activities available on all four mountains as well.
Anderson Ranch promotes artistic experimentation and growth through workshops offered year around in ceramics, sculpture, photography, painting and drawing, furniture design and more. The facility features fully-equipped art studios and galleries. Summer art workshops, art auctions, and artist slide lectures attract over 5,000 artists, patrons, art students and faculty annually to this historic Rocky Mountain ranch.
Aspen’s premier live music venue! With a steady stream of national and world-renowned acts that usually play for thousands of people, the intimate venue, with a capacity of 450, offers a rare chance to see bands like Jane’s Addiction, the Flaming Lips, WuTang Clan, B.B. King, Chris Isaak and others up close. In addition, the Belly Up’s layout offers a good view of the stage from just about any seat in the house.
With over 36 years of White Water Rafting to recommend them Blazing Adventures can fulfill your rafting desires. Whether you have a group of adults, youths, or are a single person looking to view Colorado the way we do, Blazing Adventures can deliver an adventure you will never forget.
Hunting and fishing information for Colorado residents and non-residents from the Colorado Division of Wildlife.
Aspen’s most complete dining guide, including many full menus for viewing as well as customer reviews
Kick back and enjoy the same first-class Jazz music we have been enjoying since 1991. The Jazz Aspen Snowmass Festival has many locations and strives to preserve the sound and spirit of Jazz.
As with the towns of Aspen and Snowmass, Pitkin County also maintains extensive trails and open space for public enjoyment.
Information, maps and more for the public parks, recreation facilities and extensive trail system in Snowmass Village.
Aspen Snowmass is nestled in the heart of the 2.3 million acre White River National Forest. Follow this link for current forest information from the Forest Service.