|There are special outdoor activity packages that are available for Summer Convention Attendees.|
Friday, July 18th
26th Annual President’s Cup Golf Tournament
The Snowmass Club – Golf & Tennis | www.snowmassclub.com | 0239 Snowmass Club Circle | Snowmass Village
PLEASE NOTE: Tee times will be made available from 1:30 – 2:20 pm. You will be notified in advance as to your tee time. Appropriate golf attire is required (i.e. collared shirt). ONLY PAID ENTRIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. For details contact Richard Dibblee at (801) 297-7029.
Hiking & Biking: From beginner to expert, Snowmass has an extensive trail system with over 40 miles of scenic single track and roads to explore. The Elk Camp gondola (discount tickets available) runs seven days a week with the lift going to the top of the ridge Friday through Sunday delivering over 3,000 vertical feet of an unbeatable mountain network of trails. A five-acre terrain course offers downhill thrills, jumps and berms to test your skill level. Head to the Discovery Zone located at the end of the Snowmass Village Mall. For hiking maps, contact the Snowmass Village Parks and Trails Division, 970-923-5110.
Golfing: The 18-hole, par-72 Snowmass Club Golf Course boasts a 7,008-yard semi-private course designed by Jim Engh. With five sets of tees, novices and pros alike are guaranteed an adventure. Reservations and Tee Times: individual play – (970) 923-5700; group play – (970) 923-0897. There are 2 other public courses in the Roaring Fork Valley: Aspen Municipal www.aspengolf.com/ and River Valley Ranch www.rvrgolf.com/sites/courses/layout9.asp?id=523&page=26933. For information on the eight golf
courses within 30 miles of Snowmass visit: www.thegolfnexus.com/cities/CO/Snowmass.
Fishing: Guided wade or float trips – spend a half or full-day with experienced local guides, fishing either the
Colorado River or the Roaring Fork and Frying Pan rivers, both of which have been designated as Gold Medal Trout Rivers. Fishing license is required. Daily, by appointment. Contact: Blazing Adventures.
Pick your adventure – rafting, biking, hiking, jeeping, hot air balloon rides, fly fishing, horseback riding, rock climbing, or trap & skeet shooting. For information and pricing contact one of these Snowmass/Aspen outfitters: www.blazingadventures.com, www.aspenwhitewater.com, www.aspenoutfitting.com, www.capitolpeak.com, www.taylorcreek.com.
Children’s Treehouse & Camp Programs: Child care or activities for kids ages 1–15 including 1/2 day or full day horseback riding, rafting, mini golf and more for kids 6–12. Reserve space by calling 877-AT-ASPEN and indicating you are with the Utah State Bar. For information and pricing search for Treehouse Kids Adventure center at www.aspensnowmass.com.
Snowmass Rec Center: Over 18,000-square-feet of pure recreation, including unique saline outdoor pools, state-of-the-art cardio and weight room, indoor gymnasium, aerobics classes, climbing & bouldering walls, and more! Located on Brush Creek Road behind the Rodeo Lot. Day passes: $10 youth, $15 adult. www.snowmassrecreation.com | (970) 922-2240
What's Going On in Snowmass During the Convention?
Snowmass Rodeo: Western Snowmass Rodeo every Wednesday night www.snowmassrodeo.org.
Snowmass Summer of Free Music: Thursday 6:00 pm on Fanny Hill. Enjoy the music of “bluegrass fusion” band
Mountain Standard Time. Bring a blanket or lawn chair and a picnic.
Aspen Deaf Camp Picnic & Concert: Friday at Snowmass Village Base Camp & Saturday at Fanny Hill in Snowmass.
Enjoy two days of music, including performances by the Nitty Gritty Dirt Band and Billy Dean. www.deafcamppicnic.org.
Restaurants: For a list and reviews of the 133 restaurants in Aspen visit: www.urbanspoon.com/n/101/11001/Colorado/Aspen-restaurants?page=3. For a list and reviews of the 29 restaurants in Snowmass Village visit: www.tripadvisor.com/Restaurants-g33651-Snowmass_Village_Colorado.html.