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Nestled in the Colorado Rockies, Snowmass Mountain stands majestically with an elevation of 14,092 feet. Renowned for its breathtaking vistas and pristine alpine environment, this iconic peak is a haven for outdoor enthusiasts.With a prominence of 4,406 feet, it commands attention among the Elk Mountains.


Take On the Challenges of Snowmass with OneUp Sportz

Snowmass Mountain offers a challenging ascent for climbers, rewarding them with panoramic views of the Elk Range. As part of the Snowmass Ski Area, it’s a winter playground, boasting a skiable terrain of over 3,300 acres. Whether you’re an avid hiker or a winter sports enthusiast, Snowmass Mountain captivates with its grandeur and adventure opportunities.
Ski biking at Snowmass is an exhilarating experience that seamlessly blends the thrill of skiing with the dynamic control of biking. As you navigate the slopes on a ski bike, you’ll discover a unique and accessible way to enjoy the stunning mountain terrain. Perfect for all skill levels, ski biking opens up the snowy wonderland of Snowmass to both seasoned skiers and those new to winter sports. The combination of gliding down powdery trails and the ease of maneuvering the ski bike adds an extra layer of excitement to your winter adventure.

Moreover, Snowmass provides an extensive network of groomed trails specifically designed for ski biking, ensuring a safe and enjoyable ride. Whether you’re seeking a family-friendly activity or an adrenaline-fueled solo adventure, ski biking at Snowmass offers an unforgettable experience that combines the best of skiing and biking against the backdrop of breathtaking mountain scenery.

How Does It Work?

The ski bikes may be ours, but the guaranteed fun is yours — book your SNO-GO ski bike to make it to Snowmass before the gates close! OneUp Sportz services include pick up and drop off of their bikes on the mountain tops, so you don’t have to drag the gear all the way. But we don’t just leave you hanging there; our trainers give you a free safety tutorial during drop-off to make sure you stay safe. And don’t you worry about having to attend some boring lecture; the average rider can ace the SNO-GO within the first 3 to 5 runs.

Note: SNO-GO has been accredited by the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) as a winter sport that is safer than snowboarding or skiing. The bikes are some of the safest ones on the market, especially for beginners who have had little to no experience with the snow.

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