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Buttermilk Mountain

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38700 Highway 82, Aspen, CO 81611-2506
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Alan H wrote a review Dec 2020
Budapest, Hungary107 contributions14 helpful votes
My family of 5 came here on our last day at Aspen/Snowmass. We had skied at Snowmass and Aspen Mountain the last few days so we wanted to try out this smaller resort. My kids (all in their early 20's) and I are good skier and my wife is intermediate so we decided to go there so she will have more easier terrain. There's only 3 main lifts but they are all plenty long enough. The Summit Express takes 9 minutes to reach the top so the runs are plenty long enough to get to the bottom. We were pleasantly surprised that there were plenty of great runs with plenty of speed. Basically this resort offers great runs even for good skiers. My wife really enjoyed this mountain a lot, as it offered more green runs than the other local ski resorts. The view at the top is just spectacular, offering a breathtaking view of the Colorado Moutains. We had lunch at the Cliffhouse and the food was very good. Prices were decent compared to the other ski resorts.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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Meghan J wrote a review Mar 2020
Des Moines, Iowa154 contributions26 helpful votes
We went to Buttermilk Mountain for the X-Games. Buttermilk Mountain is easily accessible whether you are staying in Snowmass or in Aspen. While we did not ski, the weather was incredible here for January. The snow was well groomed, the staff friendly, and facilities well-kept. The view from this mountain is incredible! Would definitely attend the X-Games again, or ski here at Buttermilk!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Paula Haldane wrote a review Mar 2020
Ballito, South Africa14 contributions5 helpful votes
Buttermilk is super for first timers with a short slope to cut your teeth on and then a super green run to progress to. Efficient friendly staff.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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E.Anderson wrote a review Mar 2020
12 contributions1 helpful vote
We highly recommend Buttermilk as a great place to learn to ski. Snowmass also offers a bit larger bunny hill to practice on as you get your feet under you. Love both!
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Date of experience: February 2020
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CDNGlobetrotter79 wrote a review Feb 2020
New York City, New York66 contributions17 helpful votes
My husband and I visited Buttermilk a few weeks ago. We were very happy throughout our stay. We took 3 full-day lessons with the Aspen Snowmass Ski School and our instructors were great. Very professional and friendly. I had no skiing experience prior to this trip and now I am able to ski on the green zone. We stayed in Aspen Village, there was free transportation every 15 minutes offered. It was very convenient. This place is great for families, too. Next year we will be bringing our 6 year old son as well. There are different programs for every level and they do a good job of placing at the right level. We rented our equipment. It was quite hassle-free.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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