5/14/2002- Jarrett Luttrell climbs and rides the East bowl of Snowmass Mountain.  Check out his TR at http://www.14ers.com/php14ers/tripreport.php?trip=5624&parmuser=Easy+Rider&np=3&cpgm=tripuser
6/11/2006- Erik Kling and Tom Courtright climb and descend the East bowl of Snowmass Mountain.
4/29/2009-Jeffrey Miller and Josh Elliott(skier) climb and ride the east face.  Check out Josh's trip report at http://www.14ers.com/php14ers/tripreport.php?trip=5834&parmpeak=Snowmass+Mountain&cpgm=tripmain&ski=Only
Snowmass Mountain  14,092'
photo- A view of Snowmass Peak(left) and Snowmass Mountain(right) from Snowmass Lake, photo by Erik Kling, 2006.
photo- Tom Courtright descending the Snowmass snowfield, photo by Erik Kling, 2006.
photo- Snowmass Mountain's east face.  photo by Jarrett Luttrell, 2001
Snowmass is a beautiful, picturesque peak just a bit outside of Aspen.  This mountain, until a few years ago, maintained a permanent snowfield that made for a nice summer snow climb.  Unfortunately global warming has taken its toll and most of the snow melts away every summer now. 
The east face is the most famous snowboard/ski line on Snowmass.  The west face above Geneva lake offers some nice, steeper couloir riding as well.  Approaching this mountain from either side generally involves a backpack in. 
photo-Jeffrey Miller "skinning" up the fat springtime Snowmass skin track.  photo by Josh Elliot, 2009
photo-Jeffrey Miller on the east face of Snowmass near the summit.  photo by Josh Elliot, 2009