Highland Bowl Trail

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Connects: Loge Peak Lift, Deep Temerity Lift, Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol Station, The Shire Beacon Park, Highland Peak (12,392 ft)

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Highland Bowl

The snow packed trail to Highland Bowl in Aspen

Aspen, CO – Hard – 0.75 Miles – Hike, Snowshoe – Snow

Highland Bowl Trail is a difficult trail you can hike and snowshoe to Highland Peak (12,392 ft) and ski down to the Deep Temerity Lift. At times, there is a free snowcat that will take hikers the first 0.35 miles up the trail to the Highland Bowl Main Gate. A ski strap to hold your skis on your back can be purchased for $10 at the Aspen Highlands Ski Patrol Station at the top of the Loge Peak Lift. This is a 0.75 mile uphill trail on Aspen Highlands Mountain in Aspen, CO.

News about the Highland Bowl can be found at:
The Aspen Times (February 12, 2016) – Highland Bowl considered a sacred rite of passage for Aspen locals

More information about Highland Bowl can be found at:
Ski Mag – Tip Sheet: Highland Bowl, Colo

Aspen/Snowmass – Aspen Highlands Trail Map
Aspen/Snowmass Aspen Highlands Winter Trail Map


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Posted in 1-3 Miles, Aspen, Difficult, Hard, Snow, Snowshoeing, Trails, Uphilling (SkiMo), Winter Trail Tagged with: , ,

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