Tweet All About It: The place to be for the holidays
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.
“The City of Aspen, @pitkincounty, ACRA, @TownofSnowmass, Snowmass Tourism, Town of Basalt, @FlyAspenAirport and @AspenSnowmass are united in providing clear messaging about how we can share a winter that is as safe and healthy as possible for locals and guests. #aspen #covid-19“ – @cityofaspen
“A winter wonderland in #Aspen #colorado #snow #christmasinaspen #christmas“ – @chucksteelman
“Nestled in Colorado’s #RockyMountains is the winter wonderland of #Aspen. One of North America’s chicest mountain towns since the mid 19th century offers sensational slopes and breathtaking views adorned with blue skies and bright sunshine.” – @civitatis_en
“Aspen. Beautiful. With Mariah Carey next door as the neighbourhood Christmas jukebox! Where’s an idyllic Christmas in your book? #PermissionToChristmas #SpiritOfChristmas #Aspen” – @martin_seville
“Last run of the day is amazing! Empty slopes. Noone skiing fast behind you. Quiet & Beautiful! #RoyOrbisonJr #Aspen #Snowboarding” – @Royorbisonjr
“If traveling to @AspenCO @AspenSnowmass you are now required to complete travel affidavit including having proof of a negative COVID test. #travel #aspen” – @JenniferBroome
“Good News! We will NOT be implementing a reservation system over the holiday period. We’ll ski you out there!” – @AspenSnowmass
“Sunshine + hot apple cider at top of Ajax where it’s about 9 degrees ” – @AmyTaraKoch
“Can we talk about the yurt villages popping up everywhere?? And how emp winter house 2019 was the first to ever do it #aspen“ – @soapy_sudson
“Although I grew up with hurricanes and tornados, mother earth’s wrath did feel significantly more “impactful” when I moved to a #frozen place. #aspen #colorado #ice” – @limeroyalty
The Aspen Times can be found on Twitter, as well. Simply type “TheAspenTimes” (no spaces) into the search bar, and get daily updates on what’s happening in the Roaring Fork Valley.
The International Ski and Snowboard Federation announced that for the first time in 19 years, a ski jumping World Cup event will take place on American soil from Feb. 10-12.
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