Winter EventsOpening Day for Crested Butte Nordic CenterOpening Day for Crested Butte Mountain ResortChristmas Eve Torchlight Parade & FireworksCrested Butte Songwriter's FestivalMove the Butte The Alley Loop (nordic ski race)Fat Tuesday/Mardi Gras ParadeBig Air on Elk (ski and snowboard competition)
Gunnison-Crested Butte Regional Airport~ 30 miles from Crested Butte
Aspen-Pitkin County Airport~ 103 miles from Crested Butte
Denver International Airport~ 252 miles from Crested Butte
SKI RESORT FACTS:
||Nov. 26 - Apr. 5|
|Number of Mountains
Total Skiable Acres
Number of Runs
27% Green, 57% Blue, 16% Black
About Crested Butte, CO
Tucked away from Colorado’s mountain interstate I-70 and the chain of big resort towns along it, Crested Butte is a world apart in the wintertime. Sometimes referred to as “Colorado’s last great ski town,” the feel is distinctly lived-in. The small town and its advanced ski terrain attract its share of visitors, but the locals preside. Whether they’re year-round long-timers or seasonal ski birds, they have one thing in common: they take their snowsports very seriously. Here you’ll find teams and leagues of every winter sport imaginable -- alpine racing, snowboarding, free-ride, telemark skiing and ice hockey, to name a few. In fact, Crested Butte is home to a number of former Olympic medalists and sent two athletes to the Winter Olympics of 2014.
Flying into Gunnison-Crested Butte Airport:
Denver, CO via United Airlines
Houston, TX via United Airlines
Winter flights on American Airlines to be added
Highlighted Properties in Crested Butte
A hotel sets the tone for your entire winter vacation.
Stay in a vacation home with your group to add a true local feel to your trip.
Staying in a condo gets you close to mountain, restaurants, and center of the mountain village.