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With terrific recent snowfall (8" at Ajax, 9" at Highlands, 11" at Snowmass!), the Skico announced today that they are going to extend skiing on Aspen Mountain until April 24. Woo! So this gives everyone a chance to fit in some extra ski time this...

For such a small town, Aspen has sent many athletes to past winter Olympics, and this year, three of our local athletes will be particpating in the games in Beijing. Reigning hallf-pipe silver medalist Alex Ferreria will be joined by two first-time Olympians from Basalt...

WE-cycle bikes and a RFTA bus

Photo credit: @risingsunphotog for @ridewecycle

How Do You Get Around in Aspen?

Getting around Aspen without a car isn’t a problem, so if you’re visiting our little city without a car, you’re in luck. With a robust bus and shuttle service as...

Wintersköl, Aspen's annual celebration of winter is proceeding as planned next week. The 71st event will take place from January 13-16 under the title of "Positive Altitude." Back this year is the popular Wintersculpt (and we have plenty of snow for the sculptures!) and Kid's Wintersculpt,...

The snow is letting up this morning and although still coming down lightly, we may have a day's break before the next storm rolls our way on Friday. Snow totals are pretty impressive - even gentle Buttermilk has received 33" of snow in the last...

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