I suppose if you came in the morning and spent the entire day it might not be criminal. However, if you want to take a family of four for a swim for a couple of hours it's $65. The Roaring Fork Valley is an expensive place. That said, there is NO EXCUSE for what they charge. Just because the operators of the local ski mountains are in the business of sticking it to the public doesn't mean the City of Aspen should do the same.
The only reason it got two stars was because the facility itself was OK. Very nice pool and ice rink. The "rock wall" on the other hand is one column in the middle of the lobby that most folks shimmy up in 30 seconds. Not exactly an indoor climbing facility.
The bottom line, skip the swim, or better yet head up to Glenwood Hot Springs where at least you can experience a bit of history and something a little out of the ordinary for your money.
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