ARC ‘Fun Pass’ goes on sale
A “Fun Pass” to use the new Aspen Recreation Center and other facilities is already available for purchase at the Red Brick Arts and Recreation Center and the Aspen Ice Garden.
The photo-ID passes will be available at Aspen resident and valley resident rates. Nonresident rates have been established for visitors.
Monthly, six-month and annual passes are available for youths, adults and families. Or, ARC users can pay a daily rate or buy a 20-visit punch pass.
Even before the ARC opens this spring, the passes can be used at the Red Brick climbing wall and for Kids Playhouse, adult fitness classes and open skate at the Ice Garden.
Once the ARC is open, pass holders will have access to its two new swimming pools, ice rink, climbing wall, Aspen Youth Center and other amenities, like the Jacuzzi, sauna and steam room. The pass will also be good for admittance to the Aspen High School weight room from 6 to 8 p.m., Monday through Friday.
For Aspen residents, the monthly pass costs $35 for youths, ages 2 to 17; $60 for adults; and $120 for families of up to four. For valley residents, the prices are $45, $65 and $140, respectively. For Aspen and valley-resident families of more than four members, add $15 for each additional member.
The six-month pass for Aspen residents is $168 for youths, $212 for adults and $462 for families of four. For valley residents, the prices are $199, $258 and $536 respectively. For additional family members, add $50 per member.
For Aspen residents, an annual Fun Pass costs $309 for youths, $380 for adults and $832 for families of up to four. For valley residents, the annual pass prices are $356, $459 and $958, respectively. Additional family members cost $100.
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