The Westin Snowmass Resort
Travel Blogs from Snowmass Village
... the road. Green trees, gray asphalt, yellow road lines, and blue sky were the only things the eyes could see; simple, but yet serene and tranquil.
At the Independence Pass, a few people were walking with their umbrellas and raincoats toward the vista point.We parked the car and started walking. Quickly we ran out of breath. At 12,095 feet, the air at this Continental Divide is thin. Despite the freezing and wet climate, we soaked the panoramic view of ...
... cater to the strangest tastes are as common as Toyota in
I never heard the "organic contemporary style"
till I opened the Aspen Home Design magazine. The style, according to
the magazine, should include classic, clean, and simple sinuous lines.
It incorporates pieces crafted from reclaimed wood and recycled
materials. Furthermore, ...
Spent my Christmas break with family in Aspen! We had a lot of fun with our good friends. Skied almost everyday, ate out at wonderful restaurants, shopping and hot tubbing. Went to the wheeler opera house for New Year's Eve and had a wonderful time. Best snow in at least 6 years.. We were so ...
... soft smooth edges. We found a bit of a different trail heading up than Jenn and I had taken so it was like something new to me. Then we went down lower on the cascades and found a 2nd trail heading out along the river. We saw a bluebird and sat at a picnic table there and ate a muffin from the event that morning that Jym had stashed in his bag. We also indulged in some of their “bliss” cookies at the top of the ...