Available daily by reservation
Twice daily starting Dec. 14, 10am & 1pm
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Winter birding is a special treat during this time when the colors and movements of birds stand out against the backdrop of snow and leafless vegetation.
Weave in and out of serene spruce and fir forests as you take in Aspen's majestic vistas from Richmond Ridge with a knowledgeable Naturalist on this two-hour guided snowshoe tour.
Explore spruce and fir forests along a babbling creek in the Snowmass Ski Area on this two-hour guided snowshoe tour with a Naturalist from Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES).
Snowmass Tourism and the Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES) offer FREE guided treks on the Nature Trail and Sleighride Trail in Snowmass Village.
A must-do Aspen experience.
Drop in at the Wapiti Wildlife Center at the top of the Elk Camp lift to ski a run with a Naturalist from Aspen Center for Environmental Studies.
Birding in fall, winter, and early spring is great exercise for your identification and field craft skills.
ACES plans to offer week-long summer camps at Hallam Lake and Rock Bottom Ranch from Monday, June 14, 2021 through Friday, August 13, 2021 for students entering grades 1-8 in Fall 2021.