Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness Area
Aspen Skiing Company
OK, the top winter activity is pretty much a given: snow riding, and lots of it. The Aspen Skiing Company operates the area's four ski...
10th Mountain Division Hut Association
This organization manages a system of 29 backcountry huts – a few with wood-burning saunas – between Vail and Aspen, and connected by...
Aspen Art Museum
No permanent collection here, just edgy, innovative contemporary exhibitions featuring paintings, mixed media, sculpture, video...
When live-music acts - from rock and blues to salsa and reggae - come to town, they rock this spacious club. It's seen George Clinton,...
A local darling and winner of the 2011 Diners' Choice award, this 2nd-floor patio is the best spot for a casual lunch or a leisurely...
Lonely Planet review
From Lone Pine Rd in Aspen, the Hunter Valley Trail (USFS Trail 1992) follows Hunter Creek northeast about 3 miles through wildflower meadows to the Sunnyside and Hunter Creek Trails, which lead into the 82,026 acre Hunter-Fryingpan Wilderness Area.
Less visited than other slices of Central Rockies wilderness, you can find some stunning campsites and rugged peaks here, as well as the headwaters to both Hunter Creek and the Fryingpan River.