By Air

Commercial Terminal

Aspen/Pitkin County Airport (ASE) is just 6 miles from Snowmass Village. With summer service from United, Delta and American Airlines, it offers direct flights to Denver, Chicago (O’Hare), San Francisco, Los Angeles, Dallas / Ft. Worth, Houston, and Salt Lake City.

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By Car

Snowmass Village is located in western Colorado, and with the opening of Highway 82 over Independence Pass each summer, it can be reached via beautiful drive options. The summit of the Continental Divide is 12,095 feet above sea level, and Independence Pass is a 32-mile drive that takes anywhere from 45 minutes to an hour and a half. Featuring many stops along the way to enjoy scenic views, it twists around stunning groves of aspen trees and hugs the Roaring Fork River. The road is steep, narrow and twisty with only a few guardrails but is completely safe.

From Denver, you can travel on I-70 for 77 miles to exit 195 and then proceed south on Highway 91 to Leadville. From there, head south on Highway 24 to Highway 82 and drive over Independence pass to Aspen/Snowmass, for a total driving distance of 159 miles.

OR stay on I-70 all the way to Glenwood Springs, i.e. mile marker 116, and then catch Highway 82 south 35 miles coming to Brush Creek Road.  Turn right and head right up to Snowmass Village.  You won’t be let down by the Glenwood Canyon,  a 12.5 mile stretch of I-70 deemed one of Colorado’s “million dollar highways” because each mile cost $1 million to build.  It’s walls climb 1300 feet above the Colorado River and is stunning!