Make the Great Outdoors Your Playground
With scenic views everywhere you look, adventure always awaits here in Aspen. From hiking and camping to fishing and flying, there's a little something for everyone. If you're ready to explore the breathtaking beauty of the backcountry, there's a trail for you. Whether you are hoping for a quick guided trip, a more intensive overnight camping excursion, or a rock climbing adventure, we’ll help plan an unforgettable expedition.
If you’re looking for a trek into the mountains, a guided hike is the perfect answer. Our guides will take you to incredible spots such as Maroon Bells, Crater Lake, and Willow Lake. If you’re looking for a short hike, they know the hot spots. If you’re looking for an all-day hike, they’ll take you all across the Aspen region.
Hoping to spend a night under a beautiful, starlit Aspen sky? Our guides are Aspen locals who can help you find the perfect spot for your romantic getaway or group camping trip. Popular locations include campsites near Crested Butte and the White River National Forest.
Climbing has become all the craze, and we understand why: it’s electrifying and gratifying. Not to mention, climbing is quite the workout. For those interested in climbing in Aspen, don’t miss your chance to take on Independence Pass or Grotto Wall - some intense climbs in the Rockies!
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Aspen Hiking and Camping Guide
Outdoor Adventures in Aspen, CO
There are many different hiking and camping trips available in Aspen, and you'll be taken care of every step of the way, but here are a few tips to keep in mind on your next outdoor adventure in Aspen.
1. Bring Navigation
The last thing you want to do while exploring the beautiful outdoors is to get lost. Any trip involving hiking, camping, or climbing should include a topographical map and compass at the very least. It's recommended that you also have an altimeter or GPS receiver.
2. Splurge on SPF
If you're going to be spending a significant amount of time in the sun, choose a sunscreen with a relatively high SPF to protect you from the sun's rays. Don't forget to reapply every two hours and after swimming and bathing.
3. Be Prepared
Be prepared for emergencies with a first aid kit. Your outdoor adventure first aid kid should include band aids, antibiotic ointment, scissors, bandages or tourniquets, hydrogen peroxide, and tape. A sharp pocket knife or multitool is also a handy addition to your pack.
4. Extra Food and Water
Always bring more food and water than you plan on consuming over the course of your trip. Pre-packaged snacks like trail mixes and dried fruit are a light and easy option. Hydration packs are also a good idea. Make sure to bring along a water bottle with a filtration system as well.
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