Looking back over an incredible winter skiing Aspen

skiing Aspen

May 8, 2014

Aspen Snowmass reminds us of a winter skiing Aspen

North America’s number one resort has much to brag about.   A huge expanse of terrain spanning four mountains with something to suit everyone, from gentle cruisers to the steepest of steeps – that’s a pretty awesome start.

A town draped in history, world class shopping and restaurants, with entertainment taking different forms every day and night – yep, this is pretty good too.

What about it being a place where the rich and famous, pro-skiers, families and friends who love to ski, all combine in the one place, swap stories, enjoy mountain life and create lasting memories – ok, now it’s starting to sound like bragging.

But really, these points are just the tip of the iceberg when skiing Aspen.  And all of these reasons that explain why you should be skiing Aspen are left aside as they say thank you for a great season.

And there is a lot to be thankful for!  Early snowfalls, record snowfalls, long lasting snowfalls, late snowfalls.  I think you get the picture.  Winter 2013-14 was an incredible snow year that saw Aspen Snowmass open early and close late with tonnes of snow in between!

Aspen Snowmass has this thank you to those skiing Aspen this season.

Aspen Snowmass, along with all  North American resorts, is hoping to be crowned the best.  But it is down to those  skiing Aspen to vote for it to be North America’s number one resort.  Vote for Aspen Snowmass.

Aspen Snowmass has also selected its favourite photos from those guests skiing Aspen in the 2013-14 season.  Check them out.

And you have to watch these short videos on Aspen Snowmass and what skiing Aspen is about.  They show the passion and love for skiing Aspen that we all have and want to share.

Has this got you thinking about skiing Aspen next year?  Don’t miss out on your last chance to score 10% off your next Ski Aspen holiday.  This offer expires Friday 9th May and once its gone… its gone!  Book now and prepare yourself for skiing Aspen in 2015.