Frying Pan or Roaring Fork rivers . Enjoy the green at the Aspen Golf Course or the Snowmass Club . Backpackers enjoy the 30-mile trail from Crested Butte to Maroon Bells , while mountaineers join up with Aspen Expeditions for rock-climbing or guided high-alpine hiking. Adventure hunters seek out the many river rafting trip companies that abound in Aspen: contact Blazing Adventures or Colorado Rift Raft for the river ride of your life. Of course, if you're a foodie visiting in the summer, there's no doubt that you should head to the Aspen Food & Wine Classic , held from mid-June to mid-July.
Lake Tahoe Balloons . Take a boat ride on the MS Dixie II or be your own captain by renting a boat, sailboat, canoe or kayak. Spend a day on the beach at some of the popular lake shore beaches such as El Dorado Beach or Commons Beach Park . Adrenaline seekers may want to take a ride on the "Heavenly Flyer" zip line. Golf aficionados have four mega-courses to choose from: Northstar-at-Tahoe , the Resort at Squaw Creek and the two courses at Incline Village .
Mountain Bike Shop for a repair - they do bike rentals, too. If you'd rather see the mountains by foot, Deer Leap Mountain offers a three-hour summit loop to get you up the mountain and back in only two and a half miles. Golfing reigns supreme at the Green Mountain National Golf course , the area's most acclaimed course. After a day of outdoor adventuring, treat yourself to dinner at one of New England's best restaurants, Hemingway's (try the cod and the warm lavendar cake). For a quaint day trip, head to the charming, historic town of nearby Rutland.