Skip to content

Additional Terrain Openings at CBMR

Wildflowers in Crested Butte

Additional Terrain Openings at CBMR

January has been kind to Crested Butte with Old Man Winter delivering five feet of snow to Crested Butte Mountain Resort’s slopes. Following the resort’s opening of the High Lift and North Face Lift earlier this month, CBMR is excited to announce additional terrain openings throughout the resort’s famed Extreme Limits terrain.

Today, Crested Butte Mountain Resort opened up inbounds extreme terrain including Spellbound and Phoenix Bowls, High Life and Staircase accessible off of the North Face Lift, and Forest, Peel and Flatiron on the west side of the mountain underneath the resort’s iconic namesake peak. The opening of these areas increases CBMR’s open ski and snowboard terrain to 1,420 acres over 113 trails accessed by all 14 lifts.

Season-to-date, CBMR has received just shy of 12 feet of snow. The deep snowpack continues to provide powder and packed powder conditions around the mountain. In addition to offering 77 percent of inbounds extreme terrain, CBMR is also boasting 59 groomed trails for beginner and intermediate skiers and riders.

The mountain operations and ski patrol teams will continue to monitor the snowpack in an effort to prepare for additional terrain openings. Skiers and riders are encouraged to stay tuned to the resort’s website for snow and terrain updates: www.skicb.com/snow.

Please Note: All guests are reminded that they must observe all posted signs, closures and slow zones. Closed trails may contain hazards due to early snow coverage. Accessing closed terrain is a violation of the Colorado Ski Safety Act and will result in the loss of skiing privileges and could involve prosecution and a fine.