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Discover why visitors from around the globe return year after year to the beloved Aspen area to enjoy winter activities such as world-class skiing, snowboarding, and ice skating, and summer activities such as fly fishing, hiking, visiting the Maroon Bells, and horseback riding.

Explore the outdoors with dog sledding, camping, biking, or simply a quiet scenic walk along the Roaring Fork River. With so many memorable ways to spend your time, Aspen events will satisfy everyone in the family! Here are a few tips on how to social distance while exercising in the mountains.

Social Distancing in Aspen

Traveler Responsibility Code

In order to assure your health, and the health of our community during the COVID-19 pandemic, all persons 10 years of age and over staying at least one night in Pitkin County (who are not full-time residents of Pitkin, Eagle or Garfield County), must complete the Traveler Responsibility Code online prior to or upon arrival in Aspen.

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Know Before You Go Aspen Snowmass Contactless Resort Experience Guide

Here in Aspen, we are grateful to have the vast wilderness of the Elk Mountains as our playground, and wide open spaces to recreate in. Thankfully, social distancing is a natural part of a life lived outside. Aspen Snowmass is doing their part by putting in place procedures that will keep guests, employees, and the community safe and healthy.

Contactless Resort Experience Guide

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Walk around Aspen and you are bound to see a lot of fur….dog fur that is! Aspen has long been known as a community that loves its four-legged friends, and dogs love the trails and attention that are abundant in Aspen. Not only do residents flaunt their furry companions by taking them to work, for walks or on out on the trails, but Aspen welcomes vacationing dogs as well with an assortment of dog-friendly activities that will keep even the most finicky furry friend happy and content. Click here to read more
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When in Colorado in the summer, it is definitely worth it to drive Independence Pass. Independence Pass is a high mountain pass in central Colorado, midway between Aspen and Twin Lakes and bordering both Lake and Pitkin Counties. Independence Pass is a scenic way to travel between two mountain towns with beautiful views and a little piece of history.

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