Aspen/Snowmass recieved our first snowfall of the season on September 17th. The contrast of the burning gold of the aspen trees and the snow capped peaks surrounding Snowmass Village has provided some excellent photo opportunities thruought the Roaring Fork Valley.

Photo by Dave Amirault (Aspen/Snowmass)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hello from The Crestwood,

It is that time of year again when we start shifting gears towards our busy winter ski season and start thinking snow here at The Crestwood. Before we do however, we get to experience fall in Colorado, which provides some of the best weather of the year to get outside for a hike, take to the trails on your bicycle or spend time on the river catching trout before the snow starts to fly. In this newsletter we will be posting some fall photos from last year that will hopefully get you motivated to spend some time in Aspen/Snowmass this fall and take some photos of your own.

Come visit The Crestwood this fall and experience the crisp mountain air and beautiful fall foliage that engulfs Snowmass Village each year.

Contact our Reservations Department and ask us about the fall colors so you can plan your escape during the height of the leaves changing from green to their brilliant amber and gold.

res@thecrestwood.com  or  1-800-356-5949

Sincerely,

The Crestwood Condominiums

Take some time to visit Maroon Bells next time you are in Aspen/Snowmass. The natural beauty up there turns everyone in to a professional photographer.  It is only a quick …. drive, ask us for directions.