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About Aspen/Snowmass 3 Day Lift Ticket + Premium Rental
This deal is for a 3-day lift ticket plus a premium ski or snowboard rental package. If you ski it includes boots, poles, and either K2 or Salomon brand skis. If you snowboard it includes boots and either a Burton, K2, or Never Summer brand snowboard. The lift ticket is valid for 3 days of skiing or riding over a 10 consecutive day period and is interchangeable at Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, Buttermilk and Snowmass. The pass must be picked up and used on the first day (the "start date"). TICKETS WILL NOT WORK PRIOR TO THE SELECTED TICKET START DATE. The remaining days on the lift ticket may be used anytime during the remaining 9 days after the initial "start date". Rentals must be used consecutively or returned if not being used for consecutive days. Aspen Cards (Radio Frequency Cards) are required for lift access and are included with all lift tickets for a $5 charge. These cards allow hands-free scanning which means faster access to the lifts. Rental equipment packages may be picked up at any of our nine Four Mountain Sports locations and include skis, boots, and poles OR snowboard and bindings. All rental equipment packages include a helmet. Four Mountain Sports also provides complimentary overnight storage and inter-mountain transfer to any of the four ski areas.
You may pick up your lift ticket and rental voucher at any of our lift ticket offices at Snowmass, Aspen Mountain, Aspen Highlands, or Buttermilk, or at any of our Four-Mountain Sports locations. https://www.aspensnowmass.com/plan-your-stay/equipment-rentals/four-mountain-sports-locations
Situated in between Aspen Mountain and Buttermilk, you will find a true original – Aspen Highlands. Rising 3,635 feet from the base area, this narrow ridge presents a dramatic reveal as you ride the chairlift up – blue and black runs dive down its flanks, while glimpses of the iconic Maroon Bells in the distance leave little doubt that you are on the one-and-only Aspen Highlands. Once you are at the top, you’ll find the real reason why this mountain is adored by locals: the hike-in terrain of Highland Bowl, rising another 717 feet above the last lift. Over at the newly renovated Cloud Nine Alpine Bistro – where the après ski scene goes into overdrive around 2pm – rub elbows with an eclectic mix of locals, international skiers and the occasional celeb over pots of steaming fondue and glasses of champagne....Read more