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Summer Adventures

While Aspen Snowmass is renowned for its winter activities, there’s no shortage of things to do in the Rocky Mountains once the snow melts. Aspen Snowmass comes alive in the summer with a variety of outdoor and cultural activities and events for everyone.

Tours & Excursions

Hot Air Balloon Tours

A tour of the Rocky Mountains that you will never forget! Enjoy spectacular views from 1,000 feet above the Elk Mountain Range. Contact the concierge team for more information on Balloon tours.

Jeep & All-Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Tours

Explore Aspen Snowmass off the beaten path. Contact the concierge team to arrange a Jeep tour or quad rental.

Luxury Vehicle Rental

Whether you need a larger vehicle to transport your family, or a stylish ride to treat your significant other, we arrange the delivery and pick-up of your vehicle from the hotel.

Snowmass Lost Forest

The Lost Forest, located at the top of the Elk Camp Gondola, is an outdoor playground that offers unique and thrilling experiences for visitors of all ages. At the heart of The Lost Forest is the Breathtaker Alpine Coaster, a gravity-driven coaster that takes riders on a thrilling journey through the scenic forested slopes. Those seeking a challenge can try the Treeline Trial Challenge Course and Rugged Ascent Climbing Wall. The Lost Forest also serves as basecamp for fishing, hiking, and biking trails.

Snowmass Free Concert Series

With its family-friendly environment and awe-inspiring mountain scenery, the Snowmass Free Concert Series is a long-standing summer tradition, and a favorite amongst locals. Every Thursday night at 6:30 PM from June to August visitors and locals alike can enjoy live music, great food, and refreshing beverages along Fanny Hill, a short walk from Viceroy Snowmass. 

Snowmass Rodeo

Experience the exhilarating spirit of the Wild West at the Snowmass Rodeo, a thrilling summer event that captures the essence of cowboy culture. Every Wednesday from June to August from 5:00 PM - 9:00 PM, visitors can witness heart-pounding action as cowboys and cowgirls showcase their skills in a variety of classic rodeo events. Visitors can immerse themselves in the lively atmosphere of the rodeo grounds and enjoy delicious food and refreshing drinks.

JAS Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience

The JAS Aspen Snowmass Labor Day Experience features three days of world-class performances, a variety of food and beverage vendors, and more.

Sports & Recreation

Disc Golf

Snowmass Village boasts two 18-hole disc golf courses with a new high-altitude twist. With a new design every season, these courses provide an eclectic mix of mountain terrain and beautiful scenery. Guests can rent golf discs and other equipment from Four Mountain Sports in Base Village.

Fly-Fishing (All Season)

The Roaring Fork Valley is a celebrated destination for fly fishing enthusiasts. Take a guided tour or float with local outfitters and fish the Gold Medal Waters of the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan Rivers all with the help of an expert guide.

Golf & Tennis

Aspen Golf Club offers an exceptional golfing experience just a short drive from Snowmass Village. Designed by renowned golf course architect Frank Hummel, Aspen Golf Course features 18 beautifully landscaped holes that incorporate the natural beauty of the surrounding area. Whether you’re a beginner looking to improve your game, or an experienced golfer seeking a new course to conquer, Aspen Golf Club caters to all golf levels. Additionally, Aspen Tennis provides a variety of opportunities from private lessons and clinics to tournaments.

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Snowmass is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts with its abundance of spectacular hiking trails. Nestled in the heart of the Rocky Mountains, this scenic destination offers a hike for all experience and fitness levels. From leisurely strolls to challenging treks, the hiking options in Snowmass are diverse and captivating.

Explore the Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness, where you can embark on iconic trails such as Crater Lake Trail or the Maroon Lake Scenic Trail, both of which capture the beauty of the Colorado wilderness. Other popular trails include Ditch Trail and the Rim Trail. Before setting off on any hike, it’s essential to be prepared with the proper gear, including sturdy footwear, plenty of water, and a map of the trail. Happy hiking!

Horseback Riding

Immerse yourself in the beauty of Snowmass on a guided horseback adventure. With over 23 miles of equestrian trails, riders can explore everything from fields of wildflowers to stunning high alpine fields.

Mountain Biking

The Roaring Fork Valley is one of seven locations worldwide that is recognized as a "Gold-level Ride Center" by the International Mountain Bicycling Association. Snowmass is the mecca of mountain biking in the Valley, home to the Snowmass Downhill Bike Park (accessed by chairlift), as well as 50+ miles of scenic singletrack trails.


Enjoy a wild game of outdoor paintball at the Timber Territory Paintball arena! Click here for more information on reservations and equipment.


The ultimate day on the mountain for adrenaline junkies. We partnered with a local paragliding company to provide professional tandem instruction suitable for all experience levels.

Rafting, Kayaking & Stand Up Paddle Boarding (SUP)

The Roaring Fork Valley is not only renowned for its stunning mountain landscapes, but also for its thrilling water adventures. If you’re seeking an adrenaline rush or a peaceful journey on the water, Aspen Snowmass offers fantastic opportunities for rafting, kayaking, and stand-up paddle boarding (SUP).

Guided rafting trips are available for all skill levels, from beginner-friendly family floats to adrenaline-pumping whitewater excursions. For those seeking a more intimate experience on the water, kayaking or stand-up paddle boarding allows you to enjoy the serene surroundings and stunning mountain views. Local outfitters and guides are available to provide equipment, instruction, and guided tours to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience on the water.

Road Biking

The Aspen Snowmass area is home to some of North America’s most scenic roads and byways. Whether you are pacing up Maroon Creek Road to see the Bells or simply cruising the bike path after lunch, our concierge team can elevate your experience with guided tours and state-of-the-art equipment rentals.

Art, Music & Culture

Anderson Ranch

Located in Snowmass Village, Anderson Ranch Arts Center celebrates artists, art-making, critical dialogue and community. The center promotes personal and professional development of artists of all levels of expertise through year-round workshops in ceramics, sculpture, photography, new media, painting and drawing, printmaking, woodworking, furniture design, and more. Contact us to find out more about their educational programs/artists in residence during your stay.

Aspen Art Museum

Visit the Aspen Art Museum to experience the newest revelations in contemporary art! Take a moment to reflect on their rooftop terrace/café over studding views of Aspen Mountain.

Photo 1 Courtesy of Aspen Art Museum © Studio Dubuisson
Photo 2 & 3 Courtesy of Aspen Art Museum. Photo: Derek Skalko

Aspen Historical Society

Learn about Aspen’s colorful and vibrant mining history through one of the Historical Society’s many tours or by visiting the Wheeler-Stallard museum.

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet

Aspen Santa Fe Ballet hosts high-quality contemporary ballet performances at Aspen District Theatre. Speak with our concierge today about reserving tickets to their limited number of shows.

Photos Courtesy of Santa Fe Ballet

Belly Up Aspen

A renowned yet pint-sized music venue with big-name acts, open seating policy, and two full bars—"A must visit when in Aspen-Snowmass!"

Theatre Aspen

Professional theatre meets the thrill of being outdoors in the heart of Rio Grande Park. Theatre Aspen’s award-winning shows feature the best of Broadway talent as well as local performers.

Photo Courtesy of Theatre Aspen

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