Fall Fly Fishing

Little Nell Director of Fly Fishing Matt Burmaster loves this time of year, not just for the fall colors and the beauty of local rivers but for the fishing itself. “Late September/early October is when the brown trout are in spawn mode,” he said. “It’s when they get aggressive.” The fish aggressively strike at bait,… Read more

Off-season Hours and Specials

It’s “off season” in Aspen, and that means town is quieter, snow is beginning to fall and there are a variety of changes at local restaurants from amazing prix fixe options to full-on closures. We’re staying open at The Little Nell throughout the fall, and we’re offering some really great bar/restaurant specials.  Montagna has switched to a $48, 3 course… Read more

Fall Adventures

Fall musings from The Little Nell’s Lead Adventure Specialist, Kane Hudson: Autumn has officially started, and the weather has been perfect these last few days here in Aspen.  If you can make the time for some fall foliage tours, Aspen would be a great hub for your travels.  Here are a couple scenes from the… Read more

Notes from the Cellar

Notes from the Cellar – Tips from Master Sommelier Jonathan Pullis Fall comes quickly in the Rocky Mountains, and I start to crave richer, more full-bodied grapes. Syrah, or shiraz, seems to be often overlooked, and that’s a shame because it’s delicious!  The mix of red and black fruits combined with the pepper, flowers and… Read more