What to Expect

A strong creative identity, established by the town’s early settlers in the late 19th century.

Snowmass Village enjoys relatively warm temperatures for a mountain community, far enough away from the bustle of Aspen, yet close enough to take part in all that it affords. The town’s culture is defined by the common good—public art, locally crafted foods, goods and spirits, community ovens, bike paths, and dinner with friends.

The Lifestyle

Adventurous and athletic, with room to breathe and explore.

In winter downhill skiing and cross country dominate, followed by the bloom of summer with alpine wildflowers and on-mountain exploration at high peak.

Unexpected Appeal

A thriving music scene throughout the warmer months.

Snowmass Village has established itself as an outdoor music mecca in summer months; Jazz Aspen Snowmass and Thursday night concerts on Fanny Hill are regional draws.

The Market

Competitive price points and low vacancies.

Because the village itself is surrounded by National Forest Land, there is low inventory of both land and homes, and pockets of development are small compared to remodeled and rebuilt homes—all of which command a premium.

You'll Fall In Love With

A striking similarity to the alpine villages of Europe.

Much like the famed ski towns of central Europe, Snowmass Village serves as an extension of the mountains that surround it. Ski home after a day on the hill, or mountain bike from your backyard.