An already family-friendly resort outdoes itself with a $17 million children’s center.
One doesn’t expect to find oneself climbing a tree after a day of skiing the slopes of Snowmass. Yet it’s 4 p.m., and instead of slipping into a booth at the village tavern for a pint, I’m twisting myself into a pretzel trying to follow my toddler up the Aspen Leaf Climber at the new Treehouse Kids Adventure Center.
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