[Photo: aspenchamber.org] Aspen’s oldest working ranch, T-Lazy-7, provides year round fun for all ages. In the winter they host snowmobile tours throughout beautiful Pitkin County. Warmer weather brings horseback riding and fly fishing near the ranch.
Each of the two summer activities is hosted by a separately owned outfitter. Fly fish in one of the private beaver ponds with The Little Nell Adventure Center. Maroon Bells Outfitters hosts the horseback riding through the high country.
Guided tours run five days a week, Tuesday through Saturday, except on holiday’s, when they are open Sunday and Monday. Marvel at the famous Maroon Bells in the White River National Forest or go on a lunch tour to the rustic Klondike cabin.
Single and double rider snowmobiles are available. Passengers must be at least 4 years old. Drivers must be 18 years or older. Helmets with visors are provided. Dress warmly!
There are a three guided tours:
- Klondike Cabin – Top lunch tour lasting 2.5-3 hours through the White River N.F.
- Maroon Bells – Leads you up to Maroon Lake with outstanding views of the snow-capped Maroon Bells. Warm up with cocoa on this 2 hour tour.
- Independence Pass – Snowmobile by the historic ghost town of Independence on this 3.5 hour tour. Minimum age of this tour is 7 years old.
Read our feature on T-Lazy-7.
Address: 3129 County Rd 13, Aspen
Season: late November to early April