15 Oct 2021 By AWAY IN STYLE

Exhilarating winter sports with Aspen Snowmass

With the winter season just around the corner, Aspen Snowmass has prepared a new definitive ski experience for ski enthusiasts worldwide in celebration of its 75th Anniversary during the Winter 2021/22 season. Guests are welcome to join Aspen Snowmass as it celebrate 75 years of industry innovation, snow sport excellence, and legendary après ski through participating in a series of events and activations available throughout this season as well as the highly anticipated return of ski racing, including the NASTAR National Championships.

Marking the 17th consecutive year that Aspen Snowmass has partnered with acclaimed artists to design the lift ticket, Aspen Snowmass announces its collaboration with renowned artist Paola Pivi to feature her works on the 2021-22 winter lift tickets and passes. Pivi’s playful creations feature colorful eurethene sculptures of polar bears covered in feathers in various realistic and human-like positions. In addition to the lift ticket art, Pivi’s work will also be featured on limited collection Aspen Snowmass merchandise including apparel and accessories.

Jordan Curet Winter 2020 2021

As the first ski resort operator to create custom uniforms for the entire staff, Aspen Snowmass evolved the newly designed and produced employee uniforms to launch AspenX, its first line of custom-built, innovative, premium consumer outwear. Guests can purchase these outerwear pieces designed and engineered to withstand the demands of mountain weather at the new ASPENX retail spacing from 1st December 2021.

In addition, the Limelight Aspen hotel has been newly renovated ahead of the 2021/2022 winter season. The top-to-bottom renovation will enhance all of the hotel’s public spaces, including the Limelight Lounge, conference room, lobby, and bar, as well as all 126 guestrooms and suites.

On the food & beverage front, Aspen Snowmass introduces the new Alpin Room restaurant located in the High Alpine restaurant, serving a menu that draws influence from the great mountain dining traditions of the French, Swiss and Austrian Alps. Sourcing from a local network of sustainable farmers and partners, diners can experience food choices including the “Tartiflette,” a fondue like combination of cheese, all beef frankfurter, chicken schnitzel or house-baked such as black forest tart or cinnamon carrot cake. An extensive wine list, beer options and cocktails complement the new menu.