Crested Butte ~ Mountain Beauty

Beautiful Crested Butte ~ Sharing adventures of Crested Butte, Colorado

From trekking the paths of paradise, singletrack to nordic track skiing, big trout to big air ~ there is so much to discover in Crested Butte!   Sign up here to receive news, information on events, lodging and experience Crested Butte year roundcropped-sun-rie.jpg

Crested Butte has much to offer in the winter, summer and in-between. The mountain scenery is spectacular and recreational opportunities are endless.

 Crested Butte is known as “Colorado’s Last Great Ski Town” and “The Wildflower Capital of Colorado.” 

biking 2A definite town with much spunk, energy and friendly, fun-loving locals. Crested Butte offers just about everything an outdoor enthusiast desires: skiing, mountain biking, hiking, wildflower viewing, kayaking, fly-fishing, climbing, zip-lining, golf, mini-golf, festivals and much more.  There are a variety of lodging offerings; stay at the mountain’s Grand Lodge or other hotels on Crested Butte Mountain,  just minutes from town on the free shuttle bus.

Stroll down the streets and alleys and make sure to see all the historic buildings, most of which date back to the late 1800’s when Crested Butte was a bustling coal mining town.

Crested Butte offers much, from music and film festivals, unique and asnowy villageward-winning restaurants, variety of art galleries and shops. Crested Butte also hosts numerous special events such as the Wildflower Festival,  Wine & Food Festival,  Crested Butte Arts Fair and much more. 

Location: Southwest Colorado 231 miles southwest of Denver 28 miles North of Gunnison. Altitude: 8,885 feet

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