Bell Mountain chairlift will start spinning at Aspen Monday
Skiers and riders will have more terrain to explore at both Aspen Mountain and Snowmass Monday, Aspen Skiing Co. announced.
At Aspen Mountain, the Bell Mountain Chair will start spinning. That will allow skiers and riders to ride the Little Nell Lift, then the Bell Mountain Lift to access the Deer Park trail, Spar Gulch and the Little Nell run.
At Snowmass, the Village Express chairlift will run to the mid-station, allowing the addition of the Upper Scooper and Lower Hal’s Hollow trails to Fanny Hill. The Elk Camp Meadows beginners’ area remains open as well.
Lift ticket pricing for skiing will be $59 for adults, ages 18 to 64, and $39 for children and teens, ages 7 to 17, and seniors 65 and older.
Regular pricing applies for sightseeing on both the Silver Queen Gondola at Aspen Mountain and Elk Camp Gondola at Snowmass: $32 for adults and $21 for children and seniors. That includes a $10 food credit valid at Elk Camp Restaurant and the Sundeck.
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