Maroon Creek Area - The Maroon Bells Recreation Area is located southwest of Aspen and is subject to
entrance fees. The most photographed peaks in North America, the spectacular
Maroon Bells, are the focal point of this area.
Maroon Creek Road - Maroon Creek Road leads to Maroon Lake and the Maroon Bells, the
most photographed mountains in the country. This route is good
for taking an all day trip with a picnic stop.
Maroon Creek Trail - This trail offers a less crowded alternative to viewing the Maroon Valley. There are good views of the Maroon Bells and Pyramid Peak. This is a good day hike and is also a popular trail for horseback riding.
Maroon-Snowmass (Willow Lake) - This scenic trail is heavily used. Hiking, backpacking, horseback riding, fishing and camping are available. The trailhead is 9 1/2 miles up Maroon Creek Road. It's located within Maroon Bells-Snowmass Wilderness.
Pyramid Peak - Pyramid Peak is one of Colorado's most difficult and dangerous
fourteen thousand foot summits. No one should attempt this
climb without the proper equipment and without advanced
mountain climbing skills.
West Maroon Trail - This trail is one of the most heavily used trails in the Aspen area. Hikers, backpackers and horse travelers enjoy the wildflowers and access to the wilderness areas.