Ann Korologos Gallery is an art gallery located in downtown Basalt, CO. Exhibiting contemporary Western art, Ann Korologos Gallery has played a major role in its 20 years in cultivating a strong interest in the arts in both Basalt and Aspen. Visit Ann Korologos Gallery to view oil paintings, sculptures, drawings, and more all depicting life in the West.
Aspen Snowmass Village Basalt Carbondale Glenwood
The Golden Key Concierge Guide helps visitors plan their vacations to Aspen Snowmass and the Roaring Fork Valley. They recommend outdoor recreation, cultural activities, dining, entertainment, shopping, art galleries, services, transportation, and more. Check out the Golden Key Concierge Guide for everything from Aspen restaurant suggestions to great hiking trails. Also, follow their blog to learn about upcoming Aspen Snowmass events.
Previously located in downtown Aspen, CO for 20 years, Joel Soroka Gallery is now located down valley in Basalt, CO. Exhibiting fine art photography, Joel Soroka Gallery has grown a reputation in Aspen as offering high quality works of art. The Joel Soroka Gallery collection includes works from important photographers such as Edward Weston, Dorothea Lange, Brassai, Man Ray, and many more.
Aspen Snowmass Village Basalt Carbondale Mid-Valley / El Jebel Glenwood Rifle
Though a landlocked state, water sports are still a popular outdoor activity in Colorado, especially whitewater rafting. In Aspen and Snowmass, there are a handful of rafting companies that offer guided rafting trips on the Roaring Fork River, Colorado River, and Arkansas River.
Find out which guided raft trip is best for you and your group. The Pine Creek/Numbers sections on the Arkansas River offers the chance for expert paddlers to tackle Class IV and V rapids. For a great family-friendly rafting trip, the Class II and III whitewater rapids on the Colorado River, called the Shoshone run, offers lots of fun. Floating on a raft through Glenwood Canyon right outside of Glenwood Springs lets you soak up some sunshine, take in the amazing views of the Canyon walls, and enjoy stretches of exhilarating rapids followed by intermittent sections of quiet, calm waters.
Getting outfitted with the appropriate rafting gear will make for an enjoyable time on the river. It's never fun to lose a favorite pair of sunglasses, so make sure they stay in place with a sunglasses strap. The same goes for footwear. If rafting in the summer, wear sandals that can be securely strapped to the feet, especially around the heel. During colder weather rafting trips, rafting guides provide neoprene booties. As for clothing, it's best to wear layers of quick dry clothing. For summer rafting, wear a bathing suit underneath a layer or two of quick dry clothing. For cold weather rafting trips, the most comfortable clothing to wear is a wetsuit and a splash jacket, both of which are provided by rafting companies. Top everything off with a hat and sunscreen, and you're ready to hit the river.
Interested in booking an Aspen rafting trip? Contact the Alpine Property concierge team by calling 1-866-209-1540.