Tucked high in the Brush Creek Valley, Snowmass Village, Colorado, the second largest ski mountain in Colorado offering nearly 150 miles of trails. Surrounded by a spectacularly scenic wilderness area, Snowmass also connects to the largest network of free groomed Nordic trails in the U.S. It’s no coincidence that part of our name is synonymous with “magnitude” and “substance.” Snowmass Village is like the shy neighbor who turns out to be vivacious upon closer acquaintance. Within this 25-square-mile town resides over 40 miles of hiking and biking trails and one of the best summer resort music scenes in the state. Surrounded by a spectacularly scenic wilderness area, Snowmass also is one of the few resorts in the U.S. to offer plentiful mountainboarding terrain and the only Colorado resort to offer two 18-hole disc golf courses. It’s no coincidence that part of our name is synonymous with “magnitude” and “substance.” And yet Snowmass Village is not your typical mountain town. One need only glimpse the grand splendor of Mt. Daly and the faces of people coming off the slopes year-round to understand that this town’s core lies amidst a fertile landscape of adventure and rejuvenation.
Snowmass Village, then, is pure mountain town. Steeped in ranching history, defined by its scenic mass, flanked by charming boutiques, restaurants, and accommodations, this town offers more potential for mountain stories than ever before. We invite you to stop by for a visit. Our door is always open and we think you’ll find this neighbor is one worth getting to know.