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Make sure to get into Aspen for an evening

Hope to but may be tough with a 6 yr old and two 4 yr olds... Spent the afternoon there first day when our condo wasn't ready. Lunch at Ajax Tavern. Thinking of going back tomorrow on our rest day.
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Hope to but may be tough with a 6 yr old and two 4 yr olds... Spent the afternoon there first day when our condo wasn't ready. Lunch at Ajax Tavern. Thinking of going back tomorrow on our rest day.

 

Glad your having a good time! 

 

Little Anne's is a good kid place for lunch, Boogie's too.

 

The new Aspen Art Museum is free.

Aspen Rec Center, on the right just before Highlands, is really nice for kids.  It might be too late, but they have a very reasonable twilight pass the last 90 minutes.

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I look forward to the trip report.  I think your decision to go to Snowmass was a good one.  Obviously, the timing with all of the new snow has been fortuitous as well.  The Aspen area is definitely harder to get to, but the payoff for this inconvenience is well worth it, in my opinion.  Snowmass has just about everything you could possibly want, then has easy access to three other unique ski mountains.  Hard to beat, in my opinion.

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Trip Report here: http://www.epicski.com/t/133555/snowmass-trip-report-2-27-15-3-8-15

 

Thanks again to everyone for the input!  

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