Posted on May 5, 2020 by Chris Klug
Happy Tuesday from Aspen Snowmass! What a gorgeous spring day to celebrate. Whether you partake in the trendy Take Out Tuesday, the delicious Taco Tuesday, and annual favorite Cinco de Mayo! There are plenty of ways to partake in today’s triple threat holiday, while supporting local restaurants and giving yourself a break in the kitchen! Read on for tasty takeout options very close to home.
Aspen local favorite, Mi Chola, is open today from 12-8pm. This Mexican restaurant on Main Street is offering a take-out only option. There is also a walk up window to directly to their bar! Stop by for drinks to go, and delicious Mexican cuisine to go. Absolutely be sure to try their amazing enchiladas. Call ahead for your margaritas and tacos. For more information, go to www.eataspen.com
Snowmass Village’s only Pan-Latin restaurant, Toro located in the Viceroy, has delectable specials to celebrate Cinco de Mayo. Enjoy tequila lime shrimp tacos, short rib tortellini, tomato basil soup, and/or a tuna melt! Patrons have the option to pick up or delivered. If you are in the Snowmass Village area, Toro will deliver. Visit www.eatsnowmass.com for more information and more daily specials!
If you’re further down the Roaring Fork Valley and hoping to stay closer to home, check out Free Range Kitchen and Wine Bar in Basalt. Their delicious regular menu is always available, but for this holiday, be sure to check out their Cinco de Mayo special! Taco Party for Two is offered for $35 and includes six tacos, fiesta salad, cilantro lime rice, and local black beans. There are four taco options, which offers something for everyone. For more information, and other specials, go to www.freerangebasalt.com
Happy Cinco de Mayo! Happy Taco Tuesday! Happy Takeout Tuesday! Enjoy this triple threat holiday.
Posted on February 7, 2020 by Chris Klug
Welcome back to Klug Properties’ blog and happy Friday! We are excited for another great winter weekend ahead. Have you ever wanted to experience Snowmass for a weekend, but have been overwhelmed on what to do? Don’t worry, we have you covered for this snowy weekend! Read on to discover the best of all things Snowmass!
There is something fun to do in Snowmass everyday. Anderson Ranch hosts Art Apres every day from 3:30-5pm. There is a fun and whimsical craft to do every day for children of all ages. Enjoy Happy Hour at Limelight Snowmass from 3-7pm every day! Do not miss out on the best pizza in town featuring drink specials. If you’re looking for something more, head over to the Artisan restaurant at the Stonebridge Inn for magic with the famous Doc Eason from 6-10pm. Be sure to try their fabulous winter menu!
This week, and through the weekend, is Snowmass Village Restaurant Week! Have you always wanted to try restaurants around the Village? This is the time to try! Plus, who doesn’t love a mid-winter restaurant week? From February 1st through the 9th, join participating restaurants for breakfast, lunch, and dinner specials for $10, $20, and $40. Participating restaurants include Base Camp, Big Hoss, Big Munchies, Black Saddle, Grub Thai, Little Mammoth Steakhouse, Sake, Slice of Italy, Snowmass Lanes & Lounge, State 38, The Edge and Village Tavern. Check out www.eatsnowmass.com for more details.
If you’re hoping to get your heart rate pumping this weekend, enter the Owl Creek Chase. This race has been one of Colorado’s largest, premier cross-country ski races since 1985. This challenging course has everything a Colorado racer could want tough climbs, scenic views, thrilling descents and excellent snow conditions. The course starts at Snowmass Nordic Center and ends at the Aspen Nordic Center. There will be three starts at 9am, 9:30am and 10am for 21k classic race, 21k skate race, and 15k tour, respectively. For more information, head over to https://www.aspenrecreation.com/special-events/owl-creek-chase.
Have a great weekend, and Happy Powder Day!
Posted on January 10, 2020 by Chris Klug
Hello from Aspen Snowmass! This weekend is the 69th annual Wintersköl celebration in Aspen, Colorado. This four day event celebrates winter, and all that makes it so wonderful, in Aspen and Snowmass Village, as well as across all four mountains. There’s a lot going on this weekend- read on to learn more about the not-to-miss events of Wintersköl!
One of the highlight ongoing events of Wintersköl is WINTERSCULPT. Anderson Ranch Arts Center invites community members to team up and create freestanding sculptures from 8 foot by 8 foot snow cubes. Located on Mill Street Mall, teams work in this round-the-clock 48 hour competition. Once completed, sculptures are judged creativity, design concept, and technical execution by a panel of local art experts. Prizes will be awarded for first, second, and third place. There’s also a KIDSCULPT for all those creative kiddos! For more information on these contests and how to enter, go to www.andersonranch.org
Back by popular demand with a new twist, Soupsköl is back! Soupsköl 2.0 at SO Cafe in the Aspen Art Museum will feature soups from SO along with other guest restaurants, additional tasty bites and fabulous cocktails. This event will take place on Friday, January 10th from 4-6pm. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite! Head over to www.aspenartmuseum.com more information.
A classic summer event has crossed over! Yoga on the Mountain is back at Sundeck on Aspen Mountain. Take a peaceful ride up the Silver Queen Gondola for a rejuvenating yoga class geared towards winter sport enthusiasts and athletes on Saturday morning. Class begins promptly at 9:30am. Reserve your spot at the Mountain Lodge at Gondola Plaza. Head back to the Mountain Lodge after class for Après!
For more information on other Wintersköl events, like the Glow Parade and WINTERFEST, head over to https://www.aspenchamber.org/events/acra-annual-events/winterskol. Have a happy and safe Wintersköl!
Posted on January 3, 2020 by Chris Klug
Happy Friday and Happy New Year from Aspen Snowmass! After a wonderful and snowy holiday season, we are ready for the rest of an already awesome winter. If you’re a little burnt out from the holidays, and in need of some rest and relaxation, we are right there with you. Read on for the best ways to relax in Aspen Snowmass.
Want to unwind in the great outdoors while getting in a great workout? Try out the Friday Morning Uphill Breakfast Club. Join uphill skiers at Buttermilk Mountain for breakfast club hosted by the City of Aspen at Cliffhouse restaurant at the top of Tiehack. Uphillers can enjoy a continental breakfast for purchase between 8:45-10am after a great skin or hike up. Try out the French Toast- it’s a must! Skinning is a great workout solo, and even better with friends. For more information, head over to www.aspensnowmass.com
If you’re hoping for a more traditional route of relaxation, book your spa day at either Viceroy Spa in Snowmass Village or Remede Spa at The St. Regis Aspen. The spa menus can be overwhelming, but not to worry. Do not miss out on the CBD massage at The St. Regis, after a rejuvenating nap in the oxygen room. Viceroy Snowmass is celebrating their 10 year anniversary, so naturally the spa is offering a decadent deal. Enjoy the Viceroy Snowmass 10x10 Anniversary treatment - a combination of 10 products and services to ensure your total relaxation. For more information on these and other treatments, head over to www.viceroyhotelsandresorts.com/snowmass and www.marriott.com/hotels/travel/asexr-the-st-regis-aspen-resort/
Just need a movie night? You’re in for a treat. The Wheeler Opera House is hosting the Aspen Film Academy Screenings. This film series highlights 20 films in the running for Academy Awards. This is an opportunity for active members of the Academy of Motion Pictures Arts & Sciences, British Film and Television Arts to vote, as well as a viewing opportunity for the general public. This year’s films include Bombshell, Just Mercy, and Uncut Gems. For a full list of screenings, head over to www.aspenfilm.org
Here’s to a happy and healthy new year starting out on the right foot! Happy Weekend!
Posted on December 27, 2019 by Chris Klug
Happy New Year from Aspen Snowmass! What an amazing decade it’s been. In the last 10 years, Aspen Snowmass has gone through lots of exciting changes. Snowmass welcomed the much anticipated Base Village, Aspen Skiing Company jumped on board with the Ikon Pass, and the Midvalley thrived with the development of Willits Town Center. There’s a lot to look forward to in the new decade, such as five more years of XGames, the possibility of Pandora on Aspen Mountain, and the future of Lift 1A. While there is much to reflect on and even more future to fantasize about, there are fabulous New Year’s Eve parties to look forward to in the near future. Read on for the best of the best!
Snowmass is no longer the sleepy mountain town. In fact, its roaring. Check out the Roaring 20’s New Year’s Eve party at the Collective in Base Village. Guests are encouraged to dress their flapper and dapper best to celebrate the new decade. There will be extravagant eats and divine drinks from the new mix6 restaurant. The party starts sharp at 9pm. Before you get all dressed up, join the traditional Torchlight Parade. Skiers and riders start boarding the Village Express lift at 5:30pm to carry festive red flares while making wide turns down Fanny Hill. The Torchlight Parade starts promptly at 6pm, for those just wanting to be a spectator. For more information on these events, head over to www.gosnowmass.com
If you’re looking for the ultimate New Year’s Eve celebration, look no further than the Clicquot Cats. Choose either the 8pm or midnight fireworks display to ride up in a snowcat with up to 12 guests of your choice. Only three cats go up for each display. Enjoy famous Little Nell five-star service combined with coveted Aspen Mountain access and Veuve Clicquot La Grande Dame champagne throughout your experience. For more information, head over to www.thelittlenell.com
Wanting to stay in Aspen and catch some live music? Head over to the Wheeler Opera House for Yonder Mountain String Band. For over 20 years, the Wheeler Opera House has hosted a live music New Year’s Eve party. Before the concert, enjoy light bites and drinks from the Wheeler for the firework viewing party. This event starts at 7:45pm. Head over to www.wheeleroperahouse.com for more information and tickets.
Whether you’re out on the town or in for the night, have a happy and safe New Year’s Eve!
Posted on December 20, 2019 by Chris Klug
Happy Holidays from Aspen Snowmass! We have received almost three feet of snow in the last week, and all four mountains are open. Things are gearing up for a festive holiday season! There is a lot going on, and it can seem overwhelming. We have picked the best events that are not to be missed this holiday season.
The Aspen Chamber of Commerce is once again hosting their annual 12 Days of Aspen from Friday, December 20th to Tuesday, December 31st. This celebration is packed full of events for everyone. From Belly Up concerts, to free movies at the Pitkin County Library, visits with Santa and Mrs. Claus, and parties galore.
Be sure to take the kiddos to Teddy Bear Storytime at the Wheeler Stallard Museum in the West End of Aspen from 10:30am-11:30am. During every day the 12 days of Aspen, children and their parents are invited for story hour with their favorite stuffed animal to read along with classic Christmas stories. Every day of Hanukkah, head over to the Hotel Jerome Lobby for a Menorah Lighting at 5:30 and stay for apres at either the cozy Jerome Living Room or locals’ favorite, the JBar. For more information on these events, check out aspenchamber.org/events/acra-annual-events/12-days-aspen
The Belly Up is celebrating their 15 year anniversary this winter season. While the famous music venue has big name acts on their calendar all season, some of their best headliners are performing this holiday week. Be sure to check out local blues band Garland & Friends on Saturday, December 21st, world-renowned DJ Cedric Gervais on Monday, December 23rd, and two-night headliner Third Eye Blind on Friday, December 27th and Saturday, December 28th. For more information and tickets, head over to www.bellyupaspen.com
Have a Merry Christmas and a Happy Holiday from all of us at Klug Properties.
Posted on November 15, 2019 by Katie Shapiro
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The 2019/2020 ski season is so close we can hardly stand it! Aspen and Snowmass open on Thursday, November 28 and Highlands and Buttermilk open on December 7. With more than one million photos tagged #aspen on Instagram and innumerable international media outlets also circulating editors’ picks around the Internet, pre-planning to make the most of your time in Aspen/Snowmass and the Roaring Fork Valley is a daunting challenge.
Enter Aspen Bucket List — an Instagram account curated by an Aspen native, who’s called the Roaring Fork Valley home their entire life. While we can’t reveal their identity, they launched @aspenbucketlist on June 1, 2017 and have since amassed 26,000 followers for stunning photography, insider pro-tips, local knowledge, exclusive partner offers, and more.
Powered by Bucket Listers, a national network of city guides around the world, its local account manager is a friend of founder and CEO Andy Lederman, who started the digital company in Chicago in 2016. Self-described as “the world’s largest adventure club,” each city’s official Bucket List is compiled with reliable, bucket list-worthy events and experiences that admins personally experience to give their stamp of approval. This strategy has garnered 10 million explorers that now follow their lead in more than 15 cities through social media, online, and email newsletters to take their own adventures.
So to help you narrow down your itinerary for the season ahead, we turned to Aspen Bucket List to share their top 10 picks for the ultimate winter in Aspen. And if you’re not already following, find Aspen Bucket List on Instagram @aspebucketlist and tag them in your posts for a chance to be featured using #aspenbucketlist.
1. Ski Highland Bowl
For anyone who's a good enough skier or snowboarder, a powder day Bowl lap (or three) is a must. aspensnowmass.com
2. Winter X Games
Attending X Games or just being in town during the long-running annual competition is a definite winter Bucket List event to attend. The energy around town is infectious. Aspen is alive with extreme things to do around every corner — from seeing live music slopeside to parties celebrating athletes at the Sundeck to watching the Men's Snowboard Halfpipe live (an Aspen Bucket List personal favorite). xgames.com
3. Uphill Traffic
Skinning, aka “uphilling,” at any of the four mountains on an early morning or late afternoon is so fun and gratifying. Start with Tiehack on Buttermilk and progress from there. Dinners at the Cliffhouse on top of Buttermilk are an added bonus and happen periodically throughout the winter on full moon nights. aspensnowmass.com
4. Hike to Weller Lake
Drive to the bottom of Independence Pass and hike with your favorite pal or pet up the road to the Weller Lake trail. Go up to the lake and back while enjoying all of the beauty and serenity that Indy Pass has to offer during the winter months. independentpass.org
5. Snowmobile to the Maroon Bells
You absolutely can't beat the Bells in the winter. Ask a buddy with a sled or book a guided tour with TLazy7 to see the spectacular views without the crowds. tlazy7.com
6. Dine at Pine Creek Cookhouse
This experience is nothing short of incredible. Cross-country ski, walk, snowshoe, or ride a horse-drawn carriage to the Pine Creek Cookhouse in Ashcroft — just about a 15 minute drive from downtown Aspen. Find 5-star everything from the food to the views to the service. And tell 'em @aspenbucketlist sent ya. pinecreekcookhouse.com
7. Aspen Powder Tours
Check out the backcountry terrain on the backside of Ajax and ski powder all day long via snowcat service. Great turns, good vibes, and a private experience that you'll never forget. aspensnowmass.com
Held January 9-12, 2020, this classic Aspen tradition turns downtown into a spirited celebration of the Nordic lifestyle with a parade, fireworks, ice sculpting, and more. aspenchamber.org
9. Dinner at Maru
There’s nothing like fresh sushi and hot saké after a long day in the mountains. Check out Maru, a locally owned hot spot with the highest quality ingredients in town. Chef Taylor Hale brings decades of experience and passion to his food set in a local’s atmosphere. maruaspen.com
10. Avalanche Ranch Hot Springs
For a relaxing day off, or to warm up your bones after completing items #1 — #9 on our Aspen Bucket List, take a drive down to Carbondale and check out Avalanche Ranch Hot Springs. Rejuvenate the body in their private pools along the Crystal River. Differing temperatures provide everyone with a perfect place to decompress and soak in the views. Make sure to make a reservation. avalancheranch.com
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Posted on November 8, 2019 by Chris Klug
Happy Friday from Aspen! The temperatures have warmed up, but the snow from last week’s storms is here to stay! Opening Day for Aspen Mountain and Snowmass Ski Resort is scheduled for Thanksgiving Day, November 28th. There is a lot to look forward to every season. This season is especially exciting with new on-mountain restaurants, in-town improvements, favorite and new events. There is something for everyone!
Formerly known as Sam’s Smokehouse, the new and improved Sam’s plans to open its doors on Opening Day, Thursday, November 28th. After a multi-million dollar remodel, guests are invited to enjoy the big views and redesigned menu. This favorite on-mountain restaurant at the Top of Sam’s Knob on Snowmass will now feature Italian and Mediterranean fare, a slipper room, and a live-action kitchen.
Snowmass Base Village will be unveiling its second phase this December. One Snowmass residences open Mid-December. One Snowmass has partnered with Inspirato to offer owners luxury homeownership as well as a membership to enjoy luxury rental properties, homes, and experiences. The Collective in Base Village will now feature a community flex space, as well as the new Mix 6 restaurant and bar. Buildings formerly known as 6, 7, and 8 will now house the new Snowmass Clinic, a local, dynamic art gallery, King Yoga, Aspen JUS, as well as an eyewear store. A second Grand Opening for the second phase of Base Village is scheduled for mid-December. For more information visit www.allinsnowmass.com
XGames returns to Aspen January 23-26, 2020. ESPN’s winter showcase signed on for another five years at Aspen Snowmass just last winter. Without an Olympics or a world championship, this event is the highlight of the winter athlete competition circuit. As of now, the only local athlete expected to compete is Alex Ferreira, who won Gold in Men’s Superpipe last year. To learn more, go to www.xgames.com/aspen
NASTAR National Championship is back at Snowmass for the first time since 2015. NASTAR stands for National Standard Race. NASTAR is the world’s largest all-level ski and snowboard race program that allows racers to compete against each other at over 100 different courses, which include Aspen and Snowmass. This season’s National Championship will be held at Snowmass March 24-28, 2020. Check out www.nastar.com/national-championships for more details and information.
Posted on October 25, 2019 by Chris Klug
Happy Halloween from Aspen Snowmass! This weekend and upcoming week are filled with events to celebrate the holiday for both families and adults. We’ve picked the best, must-attend parties and events for everyone. Whether you like music, arts and crafts, or want to show off your creative costume, there is definitely something for you.
There are two family-friendly Halloween events, but not to worry! Spooktacular Creepy Crafts and BOO! Bash are held on separate afternoons, offering two chances to show off this year’s Halloween costume.
On Tuesday, October 30th check out Spooktacular Creepy Crafts at Anderson Ranch in Snowmass Village. Anderson Ranch invites kids to come decked out in their Halloween costume to work on crafts, trick-or-treat through the artists’ studios, and enjoy festive snacks and treats. There’s even a costume contest! Prizes will be given to those with the “Most Creative” and “Best Homemade Costume” plus more categories! For more information on this free event, go to www.andersonranch.org
On Wednesday October 31st, head over to the Aspen Volunteer Fire Department for BOO! Bash. This free event offers face painting, art activities, games, clowns, giveaways, candy, and fire trucks! Everyone should come in costume, kids and adults. For more information on this event, go to https://www.aspenchamber.org/event-calendar/boo-bash-0
For the adults out there looking for Halloween fun, check out the Belly Up for An Evening with Lotus. Celebrate Halloween at the Belly Up for two nights with this electronic jam band who happens to be based out of Denver! Belly up is also hosting their annual costume contest. First prize is a $500 gift certificate to Belly Up! For more information on the shows and tickets, head over to https://bellyupaspen.com/an-evening-with-lotus
Enjoy the beautiful, snowy weather and have a fun and safe holiday! Happy Halloween!
Posted on October 18, 2019 by Katie Shaprio
After its much-anticipated and celebratory debut season last year, Snowmass Base Village is readying for another wonderful winter ahead with new happenings, restaurants, boutiques, and real estate opportunities.
At Aspen Skiing Company’s annual “Upload for the Download” summit in September, Skico executives and Town of Snowmass Village officials shared the successes from 2018/2019, highlighting the Ikon Pass as a driver of new visitors. The focus was on the ongoing development of SBV, which beginning in November, will officially welcome One Snowmass.
The two buildings (One Snowmass East and One Snowmass West) will be joined by an enclosed walkway that allows the buildings to essentially “live as one.” One Snowmass will also serve as the new arrival center for SBV, featuring a central check-in, hospitality welcome area, and transit center for the Roaring Fork Transit Authority. RFTA will add a free shuttle service to and from downtown Aspen with stops at Aspen Pitkin County Airport, Buttermilk, Aspen Highlands, and more along the way.
One Snowmass’s partnership with Inspirato — a Denver-based global leader in luxury travel — is the first of its kind, combining Snowmass home ownership with access to its exclusive collection of private homes, hotels, resorts, and bespoke experiences around the world.
One Snowmass West
Comprised of two-, three- and four-bedroom residences ranging in approximate size from 1,620 to 3,770 square feet, the 41 total units exude a mountain modern aesthetic with an emphasis on familiarity, comfort, and timelessness using details like high ceilings, rustic wood floors, warm textures, and carved accent tiles. A soon-to-be-announced fractional ownership program (1/15th interest) will be offered in One Snowmass East. Both new fractional and whole ownership buyers will also receive a five-year Inspirato Membership, which includes access to the in-house Inspirato Lounge on the ground floor of the building. Offering an exclusive, slopeside hangout, owners and Inspirato members can après-ski, mingle, and relax after a day on the mountain. A private fitness center and rooftop terrace with an infinity-edge spa and fire pits are also available to owners and renters.
With a bevy of additional benefits, we caught up with Andy Gunion, East West Partners managing partner for the Roaring Fork Valley, to break down the most commonly asked questions about SBV’s latest real estate offering for you:
- Can I buy my residence furnished? One Snowmass will feature two model residences that are fully furnished and can be purchased at an additional cost of the furnishings. As most residence owners prefer to select their own furnishings, One Snowmass does not offer furniture packages, but we can connect you with designers who can help you complete your residence.
- Can I rent my residence? Yes, you can rent your residence if you would like. The One Snowmass partnership with Inspirato offers world-class property management through Inspirato. In addition, Snowmass Mountain Lodging will be managing the HOA and offers a premier rental program.
- Will One Snowmass be pet friendly? Absolutely. Residents at One Snowmass are allowed to have two pets. There are no restrictions on breeds, but all pets must be safe, and their existence cannot create a nuisance to other residents. Of course, you must be diligent about picking up after your pet.
- Will there be charging stations available to charge my electric vehicle? Yes. The garage features charging stations that owners may utilize.
- Where can I store my skis and boots? Owners will have access to a private ski locker room located on the second level in One Snowmass East. Each owner will have a locker for ski and boot storage.
- What do you mean when you say One Snowmass is a healthy building? We partnered with Certified Healthy to ensure and validate that One Snowmass is a healthy and safe place to live. And we held ourselves to the highest standards for healthy design and construction. The LEED rating and certification system is the industry standard for environmentally sustainable building. This process offers third-party verification that One Snowmass has been designed and built using strategies aimed at reducing energy and water usage, promoting better indoor air quality and improving quality of life. One Snowmass is pursuing a Gold certification from LEED.
- How do I get more acquainted with the HOA? Prior to closing, the HOA will offer a new resident orientation, where we will provide you with a homeowner handbook, which explains everything and includes a copy of the rules and regulations. Upon closing, you’ll begin to receive communications to keep you informed of upcoming meetings and other important events and information.
- How much are the HOA dues? Current estimates indicate an average of $17 per square foot annually (including both One Snowmass and Base Village Master Association). This amount includes the annual allocation to reserves for long-term repair and replacement of common elements.
- What will my HOA dues include? The HOA dues include all of the amenities and services in One Snowmass, including utilities: property insurance, engineering services, water, sewer, trash/recycling, gas, electrical services, snow removal, common area property maintenance and parking assessments from the Master Association.
- What additional costs will I be responsible for as an owner? In addition to the individual HOA dues, each homeowner is responsible for their home’s phone, TV and internet access, property taxes and homeowner’s insurance for furniture, art or any residence upgrades performed by the homeowner after initial closing.
- Who is handling the property management at One Snowmass? Snowmass Mountain Lodging will lead property management duties at One Snowmass. SML operates numerous other properties in the Base Village.
- Who are the brokers representing One Snowmass? SV Real Estate LLC is the listing brokerage for One Snowmass representing the seller, but we work with all cooperating brokers, so you are welcome to have your own representative.
Photo: Matt Hobbs
Perhaps the biggest draw is all of the action residents will find right outside their door. In addition to the interior completion of The Collective — a vibrant community hub with special events and an in-house bar and restaurant — the following amenities will round out the already-bustling SBV scene this season on the plaza level of One Snowmass:
- JÜS Snowmass will open its second location (the first is in downtown Aspen), with hand-crafted cold-pressed juice blends, smoothies, and dairy-free drinks. The menu also includes healthy breakfast and lunch options.
- A full-service salon and spa (TBA) will offer haircuts, manicures, pedicures, facials, massages, and high-end beauty products.
- Locally beloved King Yoga reopens to the public offering daily yoga classes that combine healing practices with music to help students find balance between body and mind.
- Eye Pieces, a Colorado-based optical boutique chain, offers everything from designer frames and prescription lenses to high-performance sports frames and goggles.
- The Snowmass Medical Care Clinic, open seven days a week, year-round, is available to locals and visitors alike as a walk-in facility owned, operated and billed as an outpatient department of Aspen Valley Hospital.
Five whole ownership residences remain in One Snowmass West with One Snowmass East coming to market this winter. For advance sales opportunities or to take a tour, contact Aspen Snowmass Sotheby’s International Realty at 970–925–6060. And for more information, visit allinsnowmass.com.