Where & When to Meet
Drop Off is at 8:30am at Camp CB in the Whetstone building. 14 Snowmass Rd. Crested Butte, CO.
Drop Off for Rafting ONLY is at 8:15 at Camp CB. Early drop off is required for Rafting to make our river launch time. If your child is late they will not be able to participate in programming that day.
Pick Up is available for all activities in town at the 4 Way stop at 3:15pm OR on the mountain at Camp CB at 3:30pm. Children may be released on their own with prior parent permission. Please confirm location at check in.
Children enrolled in After Camp will need to be picked up at Camp CB at 5pm or may be released with parent permission.
***Mountain Adventures, Late Child Drop-off Policy***
To Parents and Guardians of Mountain Adventures Campers,
Please note, our programming is complex and requires our campers to be dropped off on time and at the Camp CB drop-off location. Every camper is required to have a Parent or Guardian sign-in for each activity day, unless stated otherwise on sign up forms. This is required by our State of Colorado Licensing agreement and no exceptions are allowed. In addition to the sign in requirements, we do not accept campers who are late for offsite activities. It is best practice to have all campers together, from the beginning of all activities to cover safety rules, guidelines and expectations for the activity day. This best practice benefits the instructors and sets up all participants for activity success and safety. If campers are late and the activity has left the Camp CB drop-off area, participants will be charged for that day’s activity and will be unable to participate.
What to Bring
The weather and climate of our high-altitude environment are not to be underestimated!
Exposure to the sun is extreme, and temperatures can change dramatically over the course of the day. Please make sure your child is ready for a day out in the elements. Please have your child come prepared with the following:
- Day pack with the following in it.
- Bag Lunch
- Water bottle
- Jacket or sweater
- Shorts or lightweight pants
- Rain jacket-while it may not look like rain, the weather changes very rapidly here.
- Swimsuit, towel, and a change of clothes for Blue Mesa, Rafting, Fly Fishing, Canoeing, and Standup Paddle Boarding
For Mountain Biking: Bikes with gears and hand-brakes, helmet and closed-toed sneakers are required. Participants also need a lunch that they can carry in their backpack while riding.
For Rock Climbing: Closed-toed sneakers and long shorts are required.
For Ropes: Closed-toed sneakers and long shorts are required; long sleeved shirts highly recommended.