7 Sep 2020
Looking for a perfect getaway? The secret is out; Aspen's Fall Season!
If the gorgeous golden hues of the aspen trees surrounding the Aspen area isn't enough reason to come to Aspen this fall, we will give you a few more;
Fly Fishing in the foliage; Aspen is home to some of the best world class fly fishing year-round just outside of town in the Roaring Fork River’s Gold Medal waters—a coveted designation from the Colorado Wildlife Commission. Take advantage during the fall to emerge yourself in the golden and red hues while fishing on the Roaring Fork. Discover your next fly fishing adventure here.
IMBA Gold Level Mountain Biking: The Roaring Fork Valley reigns as one of America’s top mountain biking destinations and in early 2020, Aspen was declared a gold-level ride center by the International Mountain Biking Association. Soar through award-winning mountain bike trails in the height of picturesque fall colors from Snowmass to Aspen. Learn everything you need to know about Aspen's IMBA Gold Level status here. As an epicenter for cycling, Aspen bikers can also choose from the gently sloping Rio Grande Trail, a serene road ride up to the iconic Maroon Bells, a grueling ride up Independence Pass and more. Since fall in Aspen is still a bit of a secret, favorite trails and stretches are even less populated than summer. For bicycle rentals and trail recommendations contact local experts at Aspen Velo or Bike Butlers.
Al Fresco Dining: Take in the cool, crisp mountain air as you dine out on one of Aspen's many outdoor patios. With a multitude of restaurants to choose from, even the most picky eater will find a dish suitable to their palette. During the fall, visitors can also find discounts and specials happening at our local restaurants. Watch this video to see how our local eateries are incorporating safety precautions in a COVID-19 world.