Aspen’s Darkside Tour
Aspen’s glossy image is uncovered revealing the tarnished past of this silver town filled with Ghosts, Murders, and Mayhem.

The Jungles of Durant, Murder at the Red Onion, and the Ghosts of the Jerome are a few of the tales that bring the chills and thrills out on what is more than just Aspen’s Ghost Tour but a vivid look at Aspen’s darker history through the years.
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“Ghosts abound. Screams fill the air. Blood flows across bar room floors.  Amazingly, those images come to life at night right here in Aspen on Aspen’s DarkSide.” -The Aspen Times

Aspen’s Past to Present Tour
This classic Historical Walking Tour tells Aspen’s history from humble mining camp to world famous resort.  Participants will gain a deeper understanding of Aspen through stories of Aspen history, characters, buildings, and culture during a casual 12 block stroll through historic downtown.
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“Unlike reading from an Aspen history book or cruising the town with a local, Weiler is able to make a patchwork quilt of information from several different sources, and complement that with physical structures, and remnants, of a town with rich history.” -Aspen Daily News

Aspen’s Off the Beaten Path Tour
Discover hidden Aspen on this casual tour through the historic West End to the Roaring Fork River. This healthy walk tours through the Victorian neighborhood and along nature paths.
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Cemetery Tour
A walk through Aspen’s first burial ground, the Ute Cemetery, uncovers tales from the grave as the life’s and death’s of those laid to rest here tell the story of young pioneers and the working men of “Ute City”.  This Aspen cemetery tour is one you won’t forget.
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“The Walking With The Dead tour rests artfully somewhere between dry textbook history learning, and the “creeps jumping out at you with chainsaws” intensity of today’s haunted houses.”
Offered regularly through the Halloween season.

*All tours require reservations or advanced ticket purchase. Call (970) 948-4349to reserve.

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