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we happened upon this place by accident, looking for the Ashcroft ghost town, and it was one of the highlights of our Aspen trip. We rented snowshoes and walked the 1.5 miles to the cabin for lunch and drinks and then back by the river...More
Going up to Ashcroft for cross-country is one of my very favorite things to do when I’m in Aspen in the winter. Not only is cross-country skiing said to be the absolute best aerobic activity, but this is a gorgeous place! They rent everything, as...More
Make this a part of every visit to Aspen, day or night. We come back to Ashcroft each time we visit, and we are never disappointed. Whether you come to cross-country ski along the river run by Castle Creek, or make a lunchtime xc ski...More
Many very old buildings remain upright at Ashcroft, which are interesting to see in both Summer and Winter. Summer one walks about, Winter the use of Cross Country XC skies makes visiting very enjoyable. There is the Pine Creek restaurant, near, serving excellent local sourced...More
So my whole family was in town and we decided to book a reservation for Lunch at Pinecreek Cookhouse (Which, on its own is a magical, delicious, beautiful restaurant I encourage ALL to head to). It was Ashcroft's 1st day open of the season. This...More
I've cross-country skiied at Ashcroft several times -- it is really something I look forward to on my winter visits to Snowmass. It combines a wildness and sense of being alone in nature with some welcome bits of civilization and comfort. The ski center --...More
We arrived on a lovely winter's day and payed $25 for a day pass for cross country skiing. Trails were only groomed the first 30min to Pine Creek Cookhouse and then we had to make our own tracks through the deep snow. Although it was...More
This place is nothing short of magical. I was in Aspen for 2 weeks of skiing and discovered this jewel during my second week. I went back twice.
BEAUTY: This place is located at the end of a 12 miles road up a valley, As...More
As newbies to all things skiing and snow adventures we took a safe option of booking the Snowshoe tour at Akax Mountain. Kinsey was our guide and we ended up. Having a private tour as no one else took the challenge of walking in snow...More