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Start: 3/6/2021  |  End: 3/6/2021

Audi Power of Four Ski Mountaineering in Aspen

The Audi Power of Four Race Series is a premier endurance race series utilizing the unique and amazing terrain of each of the four Aspen Snowmass mountains. Each race is designed to test the limits and skills of both elite and recreational athletes.

Registration for this years race will look slightly different. In an effort to streamline the payment process while remaining flexible under current Covid-19 protocols, we will operate under a first come, first serve, wait list. You will receive a separate email four weeks prior to race day with a link to complete your payment. Our final decision on capacity for each division will be made prior to sending out the payment link. It is our goal to accommodate as many teams as possible but we ask that you sign up for the respective division that you plan to participate in. Please click the link below to register your team.

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Start: 3/10/2021  |  End: 3/21/2021

FIS World Championships in Aspen 2021

The U.S. is primed to make history by hosting the Aspen 2021 FIS Snowboard and Freeski World Championships at Buttermilk in Aspen, Colo. March 10-16, followed by the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix March 18-21.

This is the first time that a nation has hosted consecutive FIS World Championships following the 2019 FIS Snowboard, Freestyle, and Freeski World Championships held in Utah.  Aspen Snowmass will also take on the Land Rover U.S. Grand Prix March 18-21, marking back-to-back weeks of elite ski and snowboard park and pipe competition at Buttermilk.

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Start: 3/13/2021  |  End: 3/13/2021

America’s Uphill in Aspen

The America’s Uphill is a longtime Aspen favorite that attracts hundreds of racers each year. The race brings together snowshoers, runners, Nordic skiers, telemark skiers, and Randonee skiers for a 2.5 mile and 3,000’+ vertical climb up Aspen Mountain. The 2021 event will be a little different than previous years due to COVID safety precautions, but should be every bit as fun and painful. This year’s uphill will follow the traditional route but, due to COVID-19 restrictions, will be limited to 75 participants starting in waves at 30 second intervals.

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Start: 3/28/2021  |  End: 3/28/2021

Elk Mountain Grand Traverse in Aspen

The Grand Traverse is an extraordinary 40-mile backcountry ski race between the towns of Crested Butte and Aspen, CO. It benefits Crested Butte Nordic and other non-profits.

Starting at midnight from Crested Butte, often in sub-zero temperatures, racers traverse Colorado’s spectacular Elk Mountains. In this extreme endurance event, racers climb more than 7,800 vertical feet and navigate in a self-supported backcountry race that tests them physically and mentally. To maintain safety in the backcountry, racers compete in teams of two and are required to carry mandatory gear. Held annually since 1998, it’s earned a reputation as a true test of toughness for elite local, national and international athletes.

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Start: 4/6/2021  |  End: 4/11/2021

Aspen Shortsfest 2021

Aspen Shortsfest is an Oscar®-qualifying film festival recognized as one of the premier short film festivals in North America. Each April enthusiastic audiences, filmmakers and special guests from around the globe gather to participate in public screenings, panels, workshops, and other festivities that spotlight the art and craft of short moviemaking.  Following in the tradition of Oscar® success, in 2020, Shortsfest’s Daughter by Daria Kashcheeva, and Sister by Siqi Song were both nominated for Best Animated Short Film. Additionally, Brotherhood by Meryam Joobeur and Nefta Football Club by Yves Piat were nominated for Best Live Action Short Film.

Stay tuned for the 2021 schedule.

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Aspen Saturday Market 2021

Start: 6/20/2021  |  End: 10/10/2021

Aspen Saturday Market 2021

Spend your Saturday mornings at the Aspen Farmer’s Market. The market offers Colorado grown produce, crafts, live music and a food court for lunch or a snack while you peruse.

The Saturday Market’s operating hours will be 8:30 a.m. – 1 p.m. weekly.

Social distancing and crowd regulation will be a central feature of the Market’s operations. Entrances and exits will be established on Hyman Ave. and Galena St. and Hopkins Ave. and Galena St. Fifty individuals will be allowed on each street at time. Staff will be stationed at entrances and exits regulating the crowd. All patrons are asked to social distance, to wear a mask at all times, and to leave pets at home.

A total of 35 vendors will be offering agricultural items and fresh baked goods in compliance with Pitkin County Public Health Orders. Customers are asked to shop efficiently and limit socializing in order to accommodate as many people as possible within the hours of Market operations. Vendors will accept cash and credit card. The City of Aspen will reassess expanding the market if Pitkin County Health Orders are amended over the summer.

The Market is scheduled to run from mid-June through mid-October, but that dates are dependent on health and safety in the community.

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