Aspen Highlands Parking Information
Free Skier Parking
Parking is free after 12pm, if space is available.
Parking is also free if you have a car pool parking pass.
Many skiers choose to park off-site for free near one of the transportation hubs in the valley. The free bus system can transport skiers to the base of the mountain if you want to avoid paying for parking.
HOV (4 or more people) can park for FREE in the main parking structure at the base of Aspen Highlands.
Aspen Highlands PAY PARKING
Paid public parking is available right at the base area of this mountain and is enforced daily from 730a – noon. Parking will cost $11 on weekdays and $22 on weekends and holidays.
Highlands seasonal permits are $369 or $319 for premier pass holders (also valid at Lots C, E and Two Creeks in Snowmass) and can be purchased from the parking attendant from 7:30 am until noon daily. Note. Spaces are limited, permits do not guarantee a spot.
Shuttle & Bus Options
Bear in mind that parking space is at a premium at all Aspen mountains, especially Buttermilk during January with the X-games production crew taking up many of the spaces. So consider hopping the bus or shuttle and avoiding the need for parking altogether.
Bus Service: Skier Shuttles, Castle/Maroon, and Maroon Creek Road buses provide continuous service from Rubey Park from 620a to 200a with increased frequency during peak times of 800a to 1055a and 230 to 430p. The Castle/Maroon bus is FREE and runs every 20 min. The free Maroon Creek Road shuttle runs every 30 minutes. Pick up a winter bus schedule for more details.
ASC Shuttle: A van runs from the designated Aspen Highlands parking lot at Buttermilk to Aspen Highlands beginning at 700a. The shuttle runs every 15 minutes until 1130a. From 1130a to 230p, the shuttle runs every 30 minutes. Shuttle resumes its 15 minute schedule at 230p at Aspen Highlands until the last run from Highlands to Buttermilk at 530p. Pocket cards with times are available at the Aspen Highlands Guest Service desk.