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01 March 2016

Lock in the best price now through April 3, 2016

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – March 1 – Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) launches a spring sale on season pass products for the 2016-2017 winter season; holding this year’s prices for next year. Buy next year’s Peak Pass or Peak Pass Plus between March 2 and April 3, 2016 to get the best prices for next year, after which the pass prices will go up. The Adult Peak Pass starts at $629 and Peak Pass Plus is $839, with many additional benefits for pass holders with the upgraded pass option. 2016-2017 season passes will be valid November 24, 2016 – April 9, 2017.

“We wanted to be able to offer our guests the 2015 rate on passes to encourage renewal and early commitment, but knew that with rising costs to operate the ski area each year it can be difficult to do,” explains Scott Clarkson, vice president of marketing and sales for CBMR. “Offering a Spring Sale allows us to hold the price for a limited time period for our most loyal pass holders who would like to renew or purchase early to realize the most savings. We are looking at some exciting new reciprocity relationships with other resorts...Read more

18 January 2016

Monthly Full Moon Parties Take Place at New Culinary Outlet Mid-Mountain

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – January  18 –  Full Moon Festivities are in full swing this winter at Crested Butte Mountain Resort with the new monthly Full Moon Experience at the new Umbrella Bar at Ten Peaks. Take a self-guided skin or snowshoe to the top of Ten Peaks and warm up inside the Umbrella Bar. Enjoy a delicious buffet dinner under the moonlight, including fondue, salad, soup or chili, dessert and one complimentary wine or beer. Additional beverages will be available for purchase.

The Full Moon Experience brings family and friends together in an intimate but social setting, while enjoying the scenery of the surrounding peaks and Mt. Crested Butte under the moonlight.  Guests will want to expect the skin or snowshoe to take forty-five minutes to get to the top of Ten Peaks and come prepared for the elements with layers and a headlamp. Event tickets are for sale at the Adventure Center in advance for $30. The Full Moon at Ten Peaks experiences are January 23, February 22, March 23.   

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06 January 2016

100% of beginner and intermediate terrain and 26% of extremes now open

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – JAN. 6 – Thanks to an abundance of late December snow, Crested Butte Mountain Resort is pleased to announce the opening of Teocalli Bowl today.  With the addition of the High Lift t-bar opening last weekend along with the Headwall and Paradise Cliffs, the resort now has 26% of its iconic extreme terrain ready for advanced skiers and riders.  Furthermore, 100% of the resort’s beginner and intermediate terrain is also open for guests to enjoy, along with 99% of the area’s advanced terrain.  As snow continues to fall in Crested Butte and conditions permit, more terrain announcements are expected in the coming weeks.

4th Night and 4th Day Free: January 1 – March 5, 2016

Those looking to visit Crested Butte can now enjoy some of the best conditions of the season and an additional nights’ lodging and day of skiing free. Purchase three nights of lodging and three days of lift tickets now through March 5, 2016 and receive a fourth night of lodging and fourth day of skiing free. A $100 airfare credit is also available for...Read more

05 January 2016

Allowed before and after hours on the resort similar, to uphill ski routes

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – January 5 – The origins of mountain biking and their ties to Crested Butte, Colorado are well known by many, so it comes as no surprise that Crested Butte Mountain Resort has decided to welcome bikes during the winter months too. With the rise in popularity of “fat bikes” within the biking industry, the resort realized the opportunity of allowing winter riding enthusiasts to enjoy the slopes with other “uphill” users.

Nearly three years ago, the resort launched an established uphill policy for skiers who were seeking to “skin up” the mountain before and after lift hours, due to the popularity of the sport at the time. The addition to include “fat biking” this year in the resort’s uphill policy was an apparent next step. In recognizing that winter biking is an ever-growing trend, the destination is also hosting the first ever Borealis Fat Bike World Championships, January 28 - 31, 2016, which includes a conference, demos and a race (solo or teams) in North Village, located just 1 mile from the ski resort in Mt. Crested Butte, a race at...Read more

30 December 2015

Military Appreciation Month during January in Crested Butte

Thanking all the men and women who serve

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – December 30 – Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) is hosting Military Appreciation Month during January, as a way to thank all the service men and women in the United States Military with lodging and ski discounts for all active military, retired military, their legal dependents and Department of Defense employees. In addition, the resort has partnered with the Adaptive Sports Center’s Operation Rise and Conquer program, as well as the Crested Butte/Mt. Crested Butte Chamber of Commerce.

CBMR is proud to offer rooms at the Grand Lodge for $99 per night, along with $35 lift tickets. In addition, $2 of each lift ticket sold will be donated to the Operation Rise and Conquer program. Plus, along with the Adaptive Sports partnership, there will be $35 lessons for skiing or snowboarding.  Local businesses in the town of Mt. Crested Butte and Crested Butte will also offer discounts for military participants. Each participating business will post a “Welcome Military” sign in their front window.

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