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MOUNTAIN DU JOUR: ASPEN
January 14 @ 10:00 am - 3:00 pm
An event every day that begins at 10:00am, repeating indefinitely
MEET AT ASPEN GONDOLA AT 10AM
Look for our Gay Ski Week welcome signs at the gondola. Our ski concierges will be waiting to guide you around the mountain and we will have a group for intermediates (blues), the advanced (blacks), and the experts (double-blacks) leaving from the gondola at 10am sharp. Unfortunately Aspen does not have any beginner or green and if you fall into that category, may we suggest a short free bus ride over to Buttermilk for today! You can ride the gondola up for lunch to meet your friends if you have a valid lift ticket for that day.
MEET AT SUNDECK RESTAURANT FOR LUNCH AT 12:30
We’ll show you the best runs that Ajax has to offer and drop you off at the Sundeck Restaurant by 12:30 to grab lunch all together!
ABOUT ASPEN MOUNTAIN
Located in middle of downtown Aspen, Aspen Mountain (also referred to as Ajax) offers 76 trails spread across 673 acres. Eight lifts service the mountain, which rates 0% of its terrain for beginners, 48% for intermediates, and 32% for advanced and expert riders. Rising straight out of downtown Aspen, the mountain offers challenging bumps, steeps and varied terrain for the adventurous snowboarder and skier.
*Skiers & snowboarders assume all liability while riding during these ski days just as you would if you were on your own. Our AGSW guides are merely ambassadors that know the area and meant to show you around as a group. They are not instructors and assume no responsibility for assessing your ability level.
ABOUT SUNDECK RESTAURANT
Cuisine Type: American
Location: Aspen Mountain (On-Mountain)
Located at the top of the Silver Queen Gondola, this cafeteria-style eatery serves wok fare, pizza, fresh daily stews and soups, specialty salads and sandwiches. The Sundeck offers guests rustic mountain splendor, combined with incomparable alpine cooking and unmatched service. With a massive rock fireplace beneath 30-foot ceilings, the décor features copper lighting fixtures, rich wood finishes and an open, bistro-style design. The building’s architecture reflects both its remote mountaintop location and Aspen’s mining heritage, featuring natural wood framing and beams, a galvanized metal rook, and stone siding. The spaces themselves vary from the soaring atrium of the Gallery with its roaring fire and the spacious bistro-inspired Sundeck.
A spacious deck and patio invite guests to enjoy the vast horizon spread under the deep, blue Colorado sky.
Download a PDF version of the 2018 Schedule here: 2018 PDF Schedule