Aspen Square Daily News

Snow Dusting Our Peaks!

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It's a brilliantly sunny morning in Aspen. Plenty of bright golden leaves still on our trees just outside Aspen Square. We woke up this morning to the sight of light snow on Independence Pass and in Highland Bowl. Although it's still six and a half weeks away, ski season feels just around the corner! The picture with this post is from the top of Independence Pass with a small amount of snow - just like what we're seeing today when we look up the Pass.

Maroon Bells, a Fall Favorite

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One of our favorite spots around Aspen is the Maroon Bells, with the mirror-like lake in front, amazing Aspen tree colors and now a dusting of snow up on the Bells themselves. The yellow leaves won't last much longer up there, so now is the time to visit. This is a true photographer's dream: the lake, mountains, snow, tree color and blue skies. Come see us this fall!

Amazing color all around

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Fall brings sunny days and cool, crisp nights to Aspen -- and the annual show of amazing colors. The Aspen trees turn yellow and gold, and the huge stands of Aspens in the mountains around us are something to see. The color will be with us into early October, so plan a visit and come see nature's amazing show! Call for special fall lodging rates and come see your friends at Aspen Square.

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