Buttermilk Ski Area - Aspen Skiing Company
This is where the locals bring their kiddos for the overall easier terrain at West Buttermilk. But, the locals love skinning or hiking up Tiehack on a sunny afternoon when taking a break from skiing/boarding. Buttermilk is also home to the Winter X Games.
Home of the ESPN X Games. Skiing and snowboarding for families and all levels.
Beginner ski hill with extreme terrain park. Easy access by bus or car. Great family hill for beginners, or extreme terrain park riders.
Buttermilk is one mountain with two personalities. Best known around the world for being home to the Winter X Games and the Red Bull Double Pipe event, the mountain has become an icon for freestyle riders and skiers, who hit up the Buttermilk Park to see what they’re made of. But the mountain is…
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