The St. Regis Aspen Resort

315 East Dean Street, Aspen, Colorado 81611 USA
+1 970-920-3300

Summer Activities

Find dynamic summer activities at The St. Regis Aspen Resort

Pursue your summer passions at The St. Regis Aspen Resort, which provides guests with plentiful activities in the warmer months. Whether you'd like to bike through Aspen’s backcountry roads, embark on a picturesque hike with the family, window-shop in downtown Aspen or hit the greens on one of several championship golf courses, The St. Regis Aspen Resort can accommodate your every wish and whimsy.

Horseback Riding Trails

Discover Our Summer Activities

Mountain Biking
Aspen’s backcountry roads and picturesque mountain trails appeal to all levels of cyclists. Downhill tours, overnight hut trips, and half and full day trips will take you through and over a variety of terrain. Please contact our St. Regis Concierge for trail maps and our recommended routes.
Whitewater Rafting
The Roaring Fork Valley is uniquely situated to provide an incredible variety of whitewater trips offering varying degrees of remoteness, difficulty and scenery. The summer months offer tremendous whitewater within reach of the St. Regis Aspen Resort.
Horseback Riding
Aspen, Colorado offers horseback riding through breathtaking Aspen groves and the Snowmass Wilderness area. Enjoy the beautiful views that surround you as you embark on a relaxing ride through the mountains. From beginning to experienced riders, there are a number of horseback riding excursions available to suit your needs. Please contact our St. Regis Concierge to help plan your next adventure.
Fly Fishing & More
The St. Regis Aspen partners with the Aspen Outfitting Company to provide travelers and residents with an unparalleled selection of guided activities, ranging from: Fly fishing, clay target shooting, pistol shooting and upland bird hunting. Welcoming all levels of expertise, their professionally certified instructors are friendly and knowledgeable on the local area and these activities.
Hot Air Ballooning
Experience the spectacular beauty of the Rocky Mountains from a different perspective, gently floating across the sky in a hot air balloon. You will savor the rugged landscape, views of 14,000-foot peaks and beautiful open meadows below.
Hiking Backcountry excursions (two – four hours) take you by winding rivers, through meadows of wildflowers and groves of Aspen trees. Hikes are led by experienced guides who discuss the area’s historical and geological backgrounds and the flora and fauna.
Tennis & Golf
The St. Regis Aspen Resort provides exclusive access for our guests to exceptional local tennis & golf clubs and a renowned Arthur Hills-designed golf course. Pursue your passion for adventure and enjoy championship golf in Aspen.
Shopping & Dining
Downtown Aspen, located directly outside of the St. Regis Aspen Resort offers some of the finest shopping and dining outlets in Colorado. From intimate coffee houses to nightclubs and family-friendly restaurants, your options are endless. Aspen is a pet friendly town and we are a pet friendly resort, so bring your favorite four-legged friend with you nearly every place you go.
Guests will be challenged to adjust their game to the thin air at this altitude. Four hard courts are available in the historic West End of Aspen. If you are interested in a tournament, a coordinator will facilitate a round robin tournament.
A paraglider is a soaring aircraft that is transportable in a backpack. With just a few running steps, the launch is precise and truly exhilarating. Your flight will be piloted by a professional USHGA certified tandem pilot from Aspen Mountain.
Rock Climbing
This activity begins with movement on rock, including exercises and bouldering techniques. The time proven philosophy of “learn by doing” builds self confidence with extensive top-rope belay climbing on the magnificent granite crags of Independence Pass.
Off-Road Jeep Tours
Guided 4X4 backcountry excursions are available throughout the surrounding areas of Aspen. This trip will show you the route taken by the original pioneers traveling to Aspen using supply wagons pulled by mules and oxen.
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