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Snowmass Village, United States

Snowmass Village, founded by ranchers by the end of the 19th century, is together with Aspen one of the main ski areas in the world and a destination ideal for outdoor activities in summer

Typical food

Dishes you can't miss

<p>Steak fries</p>,Snowmass Village, United States

Steak fries

Pan-fried steak served with deep-fried potatoes.

<p>Coq au vin</p>,Snowmass Village, United States

Coq au vin

French dish consisting of chicken braised with wine.

Typical food of Snowmass Village, United States

Snowmass Village offers more than 30 places to eat, including restaurants on the mountain

Snowmass Village offers a wide variety of gastronomic options that include romantic dinners, artisanal cocktails, and farm-to-table dishes. You will find European, Asian, Mexican, and Cajun cuisine, among other specialties. The Farmers Marker offers seasonal products.

Some restaurants are Bia Hoi serving Vietnamese cuisine prepared with fresh local products, Venga Venga Express with Mexican cuisine, specialized in tacos and burritos; and Fuel Café with a varied menu of coffee, tea, and smoothies. At The Westin Snowmass Resort you will find Double Black Noodle, Snowmass Kitchen, Vue Lounge, and The Ranger Station. Enjoy French specialties at Richard Brasserie and Liquor Bar, which offers artisanal charcuterie, steak fries, and coq au vin consisting of chicken cooked in wine. At the mountain you will find eight restaurants: Elk CampSam’s SmokehouseUp 4 PizzaTwo Creeks CaféLynn Britt CabinBurlingame CabinUllrhof, and Gwyn’s High Alpine. If you want to enjoy a dessert, the ideal place is Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory at the base of the mountain.

Weather

Useful Tips

  • - Rainfalls are common all year long, you should bring clothing made of synthetic fabrics, waterproof clothes and shoes, and snow boots.

    - Protect yourself with wool socks, gloves, hat with earmuffs, and lip balm.

    - To enjoy the natural attractions in summer, wear comfortable clothing and shoes, a hat or cap, and sunglasses.

The weather in Snowmass Village, United States

Snowmass Village has a continental climate with cold temperatures. The average temperature is 6 ºC (42.8 ºF) and precipitations accumulate 636 mm (25 in) throughout the year. The hstoric minimum and maximum temperatures are 3 ºC (37.4 ºF) in 1983 and -32 ºC (-25.6 ºF) in 1989

What to bring by season

Precipitations in Snowmass Village range from moderate to intense throughout the year, with an average of 53 mm (2 in) per month. March is the rainiest month with 68 mm (2.6 in) and June has light rains that accumulate 33 mm (1.2 in). Between October and April, temperatures range from cool to cold during the day with temperatures below 0 ºC (32 ºF), ad January is the coldest month with -13 ºC (8.6 ºF). From May to October, the climate is mild with more than 20 ºC (68 ºF) between June and September and 26 ºC (78.8 ºF) in July.

We recommend bringing waterproof and warm clothes, even in summer. Dress in layer in the hot months and wear a jacket at night. In winter you will need snow boots, wool socks, thermal underwear, gloves, a scarf, and earmuffs. 

Overview

About Snowmass Village, United States

Amidst the Rocky Mountains, the town of Snowmass Village is 13 kilometers (8 mi) to the west of Aspen, Colorado, and is one of the most important ski centers in the world. This town is the base of the Snowmass ski zone, the largest in the area with 21 gondolas, trails for skiers of all levels, three terrain parks comprising Little Makaha Park, Lowdown Park, and Snowmass Park; and the area of Fanny Hill that hosts the jump competition Bud Light Big Air Fridays. Snowmass is the ski center with the highest peak in the United States and is one of the best places for snowboarding. In winter you can enjoy snow tubing, snowshoeing, snowmobile tours, ice climbing with certified guides, dog sled tours, and ice skating.

In summer you will find other kind of attractions, and the gondolas continue offering scenic rides. The rivers in the mountains like Roaring Fork and Arkansas are ideal for rafting, fly fishing, kayaking, and paddleboarding. You can also practice rock climbing and mountain hiking. Maroon Bells is one of the most popular places for this activity and one of the most photographed peaks in America. You can walk along the paved roads of Roaring Fork Valley, take a horse ride through the mountains, go down in mountain bikes, or take an ATV tour. In the surroundings of Snowmass Village you will find places for camping in the warmest months, hot air balloon tours, and guided paragliding tours.

The destination offers activities for the whole family throughout the year. You can enjoy a soirée roasting marshmallows at The Westin Snowmass Resort, attend the equestrian events at the Snowmass Rodeo, go bowling at Slopeside Lanes, and take your kids to the Treehouse Kid’s Adventure Center. At the top of Elk Camp Gondola, there is a restaurant  and several attractions that include a bungee, climbing wall, and a Disc Golf course. The place offers the Valhalla Nights on Friday during the summer with live music, BBQ dinner, movies, and children’s games; and the Ullr Friday Nights in winter, when people can take snowbike tours, practice ice skating, and enjoy the fire dancers show.

Other entertainment options are the Ice Age Discovery Center, preserving the remains of animals from the ice age; the Snowmass Recreation Center with saltwater outdoor pools and sports facilities, Snowmass Club and its course designed by Jim Engh, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center with exhibitions, workshops, and a coffee shop. For shopping, you can visit Snowmass Shopping Center and Snowmass Village Mall.

Snowmass Village hosts several events throughout the year, like the Snowmass Balloon Festival in September, Jazz Aspen Snowmass, and Snowmass Mammoth Fest with concerts, and beer and chili tastings. The city also features extreme competitions such as the obstacle race Tough Mudder, the Golden Leaf Half Marathon, the Ragnar Relay Race, the USA Pro Challenge cycling race, and the Power of Four mountain bike race.

***The official currency of the United States is the US Dollar (USD).