It’s no secret that the ski season has gotten off to a slow start. And while conditions are remarkably good on the hill given the scant bases, perhaps it’s a little easier this holiday season to turn one’s attention to off-hill events and activities. As usual, Aspen’s arts and entertainment options are deep and varied, and there’s still plenty to do outside, too. Here are some of our top picks.
It wasn’t too long ago that Basalt was a sleepy midvalley service community surrounded by pastoral ranches and low-key neighborhoods. In recent years, the pace has picked up, both in lifestyle and opportunities for development. And now, with year-round attractions and upcoming real estate opportunities at nearly every level of entry, the midvalley is in the midst of a transformation, into a variety of livable neighborhoods with the vibrant hub of Basalt at its heart.
In recent posts, we explained heady plans for Snowmass and laid out the development landscape in Aspen. Now it’s the midvalley’s turn for a comprehensive roundup. Last but most certainly not least. Continue reading