Activities and Events

Special Dinner Event
Tuesday, February 5, 2019 | 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm | Westin Snowmass – Alpine Springs Room – 4th Floor 

 Join SIGMA for our signature Special Dinner Event to celebrate the culmination of the 2019 Executive
 Leadership Conference! Conveniently located in the Westin Snowmass' Alpine Springs Room, enjoy
 cocktails and dinner with friends overlooking the slopes. Separate sign up and fee required.
             Click here to register for the Special Dinner Event

Except for the Special Dinner Event, activities and tours for the 2019 ELC are "on your own." Please see below for options and sign up information.


Dogsledding & Kennel Tours

Imagine yourself gliding through a winter wonderland of majestic mountains with a team of beautiful huskies pulling you down the trail. The only sounds you hear are the panting of the dogs and the swish of the sled runners. Imagine the thrill of driving a team as you become one unit with these well-trained spirited athletes. No other method of travel over snow can compare with dog sledding.


Contact: 970.923.3953 ext. 0,


Snowmobile Tours

Adventure abounds beyond Snowmass’ slopes. Check out the magnificent winter backcountry of Aspen Snowmass, the striking Maroon Bells, or the hills above Lenado, on a guided snowmobile tour. Trips range from two to four hours, with lunch provided for longer tours.

Blazing Adventures

Contact: 970.923.4544,

Western Adventures

Contact: 970.923.3337,

T-Lazy-7 Snowmobiles

Contact: 970.925.4614,


Fly Fishing

Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley are a beautiful setting for both experienced anglers and complete beginners to enjoy this unique and truly rewarding activity all year round. The Roaring Fork River, located just 10 minutes from downtown Aspen, is known as ‘Gold Medal’ fishery – a designation only given to the very best fisheries in North America.

Blazing Adventures

Contact: 970.923.4544,

Aspen Outfitting Company

Contact: 970.925.3406,


Snowshoe Tours

Explore the beauty and vastness of Snowmass on snowshoes. Rent gear from one of our many sports retailers and venture out on Snowmass trails on your own, or join a guided tour led by Aspen Center for Environmental Studies (ACES). ACES Naturalists lead daily, 2-hour guided tours at the top of the Elk Camp Gondola, where guests snowshoe on gentle terrain and learn about Rocky Mountain winter ecology and animals.

Snowmass Cross Country Ski & Snowshoe Center
Contact: 970.923.5700,

ACES Snowshoe Tour

Contact: 970.925.5756,


Hot Air Balloon Rides

Picture yourself in a hot air balloon shortly after sunrise -- feel the peace and serenity of your union with Mother Nature as you float effortlessly over the spectacular Rocky Mountains! Whether as an incredible family adventure, a magical romantic escapade, or to highlight a special occasion, Ballooning the Rockies! (TM) with Above It All Balloon Company is a truly unique and unforgettable experience that will complete any mountain getaway.

Above It All Balloon Company

Contact: 970.963.6148,


Ice Climbing

Snowmass is surrounded by options for every level of climber, from the never-ever to the hard-core expert. Under the guidance of certified local guides, you can scale towering frozen waterfalls, learn the techniques that have allowed mountaineers to climb some of the world’s most impressive mountains, and experience the extreme winter beauty of this challenging winter sport.

Aspen Expeditions

Contact: 970.925.7625,


Sleigh Rides
Create memories that will last forever as you indulge in the pleasure of a Rocky Mountain tradition. The Stillwater Ranch is the perfect backdrop for an exhilarating one horse open sleigh ride pulled by one of the majestic draft horses. Your 20-minute ride takes you across the open fields of glistening snow. With you and your loved ones snuggling under cozy blankets while the sleigh bells ring in the crisp winter air, it's the perfect vacation treat. A thrilling event for young and old!

Aspen Carriage and Sleigh

Contact: 970.925.3394,