Winter Events 2010-2011
A sampling of some of Aspen's best winter events… To see more check out our Newsletter
Two weekends of tuneful performances of the rousing musical “1776” performed by talented local performers.
The fastest women on the international FIS racing circuit tackle the challenging Aspen Mountain course over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend.
Participants race to the top of Aspen Mountain in support of the Chris Klug Foundation, a non-profit promoting organ donation.
Enjoy free events and holiday cheer every day during Aspen’s annual salute to the Holiday Season, capped by a spectacular fireworks display over Aspen Mountain on New Year’s Eve.
Aspen’s annual celebration of the joys of winter includes a festive parade and lots of fun on-mountain events at each of the four mountains of Aspen/Snowmass.
Celebrated winter athletes and enthusiastic fans converge for an extraordinary display of athleticism and cutting edge sport on the slopes of Buttermilk Mountain.
More than 100 men and women compete in snowboarding and skiing on the precipices of the Hanging Valley Headwall and the Burnside Cliffs in Snowmass, as they push the boundaries of their sport.
Event participants run up to Loge Peak in the Highlands Bowl and then race down for cash prizes and bragging rights.
Two fun-filled weekends of spring skiing, competitions, concerts in downtown Aspen and great parties.
The 11th annual night-time competition for skiers and snowboarders takes place under the lights at the base of Aspen Mountain.
A Colorado tradition since 1998, this wilderness race begins at 12 midnight when 200 participants take off to ski the grueling 40-mile route from Crested Butte to Aspen through the rugged terrain of the Elk Mountains.