Tweet All About It: Springtime in Aspen
Each week, we pick out our favorite and not-so-favorite tweets (at least those that are printable) about Aspen and display them on Sunday’s page A2.
“@rhettchard: Can’t wait to get back to the mountains! Top of Aspen Mountain. @AspenSnowmass @Colorado” — @Colorado
“The beauty is still here in the river, the sunshine, the mountains, the trees, and dirt trails. Join us in this short video to stay connected. #LocalBeauty #AdventureAwaits #ColoradoDream #Aspen #Snowmass #BlazingAdventures” — @BlazingAdv
“Spring time in the Rockies! Great time skiing and hanging on the back of Aspen with Emily, Prisca and Rick. #Aspen, #Little Annie’s” — @Mikekloser
“@AspenSnowCEO After receiving your letter to Aspen Snowmass patrons, I’m more than touched by what your employees have done in the community. When you open, we will be there. #Aspen #COVIDkindness” — @calbeach95
“Mountain biking season is just around the corner, and we know just the place to be: here. #snowmass #aspen #IMBA” — @LimelightHotels
“What a super scorching #MayDay in our little mountain town. The #hike up to the antennas on #sunnnyside trail was blistering, dry and a dustbowl. Most years one is negotiating snow and ice on the final pitch as late as June. No matter its #aspen so its always totally gorgeous.” — @Shebiegirl
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