Early Season Skiing Over Thanksgiving in Aspen - Aspen Real Life
Early Season Skiing Over Thanksgiving in Aspen

Early Season Skiing Over Thanksgiving in Aspen

Yes, it’s true, we are experiencing an early season skiing here in Aspen, and what fun it was over Thanksgiving, celebrating snow and the hard efforts of Aspen Ski Company to get er open. Sadly for our visiting guests that many of them had to wake up and head to the airport, while we locals stole the slopes with our crazy stoked energy.

Rope Drop

The best part of last Sunday? Meeting entire generations of families on the gondola rides. If everyone gets off their devices and engages with one another, 15 minutes is all one needs to make long-lasting friendships.

Powder Day tomorrow, and the next and the next. We’ll be inserting ourselves in the madness at Aspen Highlands on Saturday.

Early Season Skiing in Aspen Over Thanksgiving

 

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