Dec 072010

Top PickThe Snowmass Club

This is a true local favorite, especially if you live in Snowmass!  Golf, tennis, swimming, workout, dining…even living.  The Snowmass Club really has it all.


Aspen Club and Spa

The Aspen Club’s expansion plans finally got approved, so this long time staple in Aspen will be transforming itself into “Aspen Living” – an internationally renowned model for sustainable living.  In the meantime, enjoy the workout facilities and most definitely, get a massage!


Roaring Fork Club

Exclusive and down valley, this club is best known for its golf course and new state of the art fitness facility.  Not to mention its affluent membership.


Aspen Mountain Club

The exclusive Aspen Mountain Club sits atop Ajax in one wing of the Sundeck.  It’s a members-only place to unwind amongst friends with a great lunch, a book or a game of backgammon.  When you join this club, you’ll experience reciprocity at the Eagle’s Club in Gstaad, the Corviglia Club in St. Moritz and the Game Creek Club in Vail.


Casa Tua

A private club upstairs with a public restaurant downstairs, Casa Tua opened in December 2010 in the former Ruth’s Chris Steakhouse spot at the corner of Galena and Cooper.  A lifetime membership costs $25k or opt for one of their limited weekly memberships.  Aspen is Casa Tua’s second location (their first clus is located in Miami).  Meet some new friends at their community table.


Caribou Club

A private club, but you can usually find a friend who’ll let you be their guest.  The Caribou Club draws a lot of older men and younger women … except on Halloween when you’ll find everyone there.  Really.


Elks Club

Talking about a longtime local favorite, the Aspen Elks Lodge (#224) was established in 1891; dues were $2/month back then.  Today, Aspen Elks Club members work with senior citizens, youth programs and are involved with many community programs.  (Pssst….the Elks Club is also one of the required stops on Aspen’s infamous Halloween night!)


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