- The list below includes 51 free or cheap things to do in or near Aspen, Colorado, including 63 different types of inexpensive activities like Hiking Trails, Mountains, Ghost Towns and Movie Theaters.
- From Maroon Bells to Maroon Lake Scenic Trail, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Aspen and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Crested Butte, Snowmass Village, Gunnison and Vail.
Located in the heart of ski country, Rocky Mountain Whitewater Rafting offers professionally guided trips on clear mountain streams. There are multiple trips of varying difficulty and length offered on either the Colorado or Arkansas Rivers.
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County Commons Building 0037 County Road 1005, Frisco, CO 80443 MoreLess Info
From research to computer services, Summit County Main Library - Frisco is a multilevel library stocked with shelves of books. The library regularly hosts events such as book sales, slide show presentations, and more.
With artifacts ranging from old historic buildings, antique transport and military equipment to exhibits that showcase old letters, clothing and toys, Gunnison Pioneer Museum is a place to learn about and experience history.
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36128 US Highway 50, Gunnison, CO 81230 MoreLess Info
A combination photo gallery, campground, and RV park, Open Your Eyes Photography Workshops & Gallery is maintained by photographer Allan Ivy. The gallery offers photography workshops of one, two, or three days.
With 3,300 acres of lake available, Frisco Bay Marina offers rentals for canoes, kayaks, and powerboats. During the summer, visitors can take lessons and tours on sailboats. The marina also has a playground with a picnic area.
The Kayak Lake Dillon offers 2.5 hours kayaking trip in Lake Dillon and ends in Frisco Bay Marina. This tour is a perfect way for people to enjoy the sceneries of Lake Dillon, at the same time, learn a thing or two about kayaking.
Two Below Zero offers sleigh rides through a variety of local scenic trails with panoramic views of the surrounding mountains and numerous pine trees. During summer, they offer wagon rides accompanied by a Wild West show and activities like roping, cowboy golf and more.
The majestic Agnes Vaille Falls in Nathrop, Colorado is only accessible to seasoned hikers comfortable with steep, rough terrain. The access trail is very short, however. Visitors should wear boots with excellent traction and bring water on their hike, as the environment is exceptionally dry.