Jas Cafe started off with an amazing night!
What's the best way to lead up to Christmas in Aspen? (besides skiing, shopping, dining and so much more!) ...Joining old friends and making new ones amongst some of the greatest jazz musicians! It doesn't get much better unless you also add into the mix great food and beverages from the Aspen Cooking School (which we did) -- our venue and host for that fine evening.
On a snowy pre-Christmas night the flavorful vocalist Jamie Da
Gwyn’s High Alpine Restaurant residing at the top of Alpine Springs lift at Snowmass went through a major renovation this past summer and the results are WOW!
A lot remained the same yet everything looks different and in a very good way, Original wood was sandblasted to reveal its natural beauty, “Huge” windows were added to allow for even more amazing views, bathrooms were put on the main floor and the bar as well as outdoor seating area will make it difficult to head back
Conditions changed for real this past weekend with 19 new inches of snow prevailing across Aspen’s Four Mountains. Powder was the word for the weekend and it was not only all about snow. Aspen Ski Co continues to create new ways to enhance the guest experience and what better way than with FREE Pancakes. Yes you heard that right, this season Free “Powder Pancakes” are served when over 8” of new snow falls...their theory..."You Can't East JUST Powder for Breakfast". The follow
Saturday marked the opening days for Buttermilk and Aspen Highlands to complete the foursome, allowing all 4 of Aspen’s unique mountains to be open. What better way to kick off opening day at Buttermilk than with Chocolate? That's why it was Chocolate Day. They truly do think of everything to please the visitor. Upon arrival you are always greeted by friendly hosts...but this day...plentiful chocolate muffins and hot beverages. After a few hours of skiing and riding Buttermil
Winter kicked in to gear with some new snow and the largest early winter season event “The Astellas Aspen Summit for Life” race and fundraiser December 2 and 3rd. The event is a fundraiser that raises awareness for organ and tissue donation and is organized and put together by the Chris Klug Foundation and its many sponsors and volunteers.
Friday night kicked off with a dinner and party at the Aspen Cooking School and then on a cold but beautiful Saturday evening 300+ racer