Sky Mountain Park

Skyline Ridge Trail

Total acreage: 2,500
Year of acquisition: 1991-2010
Purchase partners: Pitkin County, City of Aspen, Town of Snowmass Village, GOCO
Conservation easements: 241 acres
Key features: Wildlife habitat, protected views and recreational trails spread over a conglomeration of open space holdings centered in the Brush Creek Valley. Most of the trails are closed seasonally from Dec. 1 through May 15 for protection of wintering wildlife and many trails are closed to dogs. Trailhead parking at Buttermilk, Brush Creek Intercept Lot and Snowmass Village Recreation Center. Find trail map and info at
Nearest towns: Snowmass Village, Aspen

Vegetation and Wildlife Monitoring Report Update (2020)
Sky Mountain Park Management Plan (2012)
Ecological Integrity Assessment - Brush Creek Riparian Habitat (2018)
Lower Brush Creek Geomorphological Assessment (2017)
Sky Mountain Park Annual Wildlife Monitoring Report (2017)
Silverleaf Milkvetch Plant Surveys (2012)
Airport Ranch Vegetation - Ecological Resources (2005)
Airport Ranch Open Space Plant Communities (2004)
Seven Star Open Space Vegetation (2003)