Aspen, "defy the ordinary". Four world-class ski mountains, gold medal flyfishing, extraordinary hiking, and biking, golf courses, kayaking, revered art, music, theatre, world-class restaurants, and world-renowned educational programs. Superior schools, and kid-friendly everything. A vital, caring, safe community.
Basalt is the only town in North America located at the confluence of two Gold Medal fishing rivers. Flyfish, sail the Ruedi Reservoir or enjoy take delight in various hiking trails. Enjoy local restaurants, galleries, and boutiques in historic downtown and the urbanesque development of Willits Town Center.
Carbondale boasts a real sense of community. A too-good-to-be-true 50-mile-long Rocky Mountain oasis. Working ranches and farms dot Carbondale's landscape. Blue-ribbon trout streams course through the valley and dramatic peaks hover above a Main Street with a down-home attitude. There’s a real sense of community in Carbondale.
The bucolic ranches, green pastures, and riverfront farms and ranches blend to create one of The Valley's best-kept secrets. Located in between Aspen and Basalt Old Snowmass's rural landscape, big mountain views and natural beauty provides the tranquil compliment to Aspen's vitality.
The essence of Woody Creek's character can be found woven into the fabric of its many artists and musician residents. Most known for its legendary Woody Creek Tavern, Woody Creek is located 8 miles north of Aspen. A mixture of sprawling ranches and affordable homes makes this a special community.