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Rise and shine all lovers of snow from Crested Butte Mountain Resort on this superb Saturday, February 13, 2016. There’s no better way to spend the day before Valentines than by surprising your sweetheart with a day on the slopes. With 1,051 acres of heart throbbing terrain to choose from, you’re sure to find thrills at every turn, as all 111 delightful trails available are covered in a luxurious 54 inch base. If your dearest darling has a passion for the smoothest groomed turns on the hill, then point the tips toward Lower Twister, our groomer’s most beloved run of the day!
Just because the lifts stop running doesn’t mean the fun ends! Head on over to the Butte 66, at the base of the Red Lady Lift, for live music, drinks and food! Today, Chuck Grossman will be performing from 3:30 p.m. - 5:30 p.m.
The 3rd Annual CB Snowsports Foundation Gala is happening tonight at the Lodge at Mountaineer Square starting at 6pm and will include a dedication to Robel Straubhaar, Founder and Director of the Crested Butte Ski School. There will be a silent auction with amazing items available for bidding and all proceeds from the event support the CB Snowsports Foundation, whose mission is to support the youth of the Gunnison Valley in their pursuit of sportsmanship, passion, and discipline through snow sport experiences.
Looking for a cozy place to take your Valentine for dinner? The WoodStone Grille is hosting a special dinner for all the love birds out there. Trust us, it’ll be love at First Bite! Here is the tasty menu:
Spicy Greens Blood Orange Salad, Fried Artichoke Hearts,
Elk Meatball Sliders, Pan seared Rosemary Lamb Chops, NY Strip, Herb Crusted Salmon,
Banana Fosters, Bread Pudding and Colorado Craft Beer Floats.
Get out and enjoy another gorgeous day in Paradise!
Uphill Travel Infomation
Uphill skiers are now permitted to travel to the top of the Silver Queen lift unless there is early morning control work. Bike riders are allowed on all groomed terrain up to the top of Red Lady lift and the top of Painter boy lift unless there is early morning control work. Bikers are not allowed on the upper mountain or to drop into Paradise Pod. They must stay on the front side of the mountain. Riders have access to all groomed terrain on Gold Link Lift and Prospect lift. Gunsight Pass is closed to all bikers.
When the Ski Patrol is conducting early-morning avalanche control work, a red flashing light will be deployed on top of tower 3 of the Red Lady lift and at the base area. DO NOT CONTINUE UPHILL BEYOND YELLOW BRICK ROAD AT UPPER PARK for all skinners OR THE TOP OF RED LADY LIFT for all bikers!
All uphill users are required to have an Uphill Use Ticket or Uphill, Peak or Peak Plus Season Pass in their possession. Tickets and passes are available at the Adventure Center during the resort’s normal operating hours. Uphill users will be required to sign an acknowledgement and waiver prior to Uphill Use. Uphill Use on the ski area is permissible before and after operating hours on allowed groomed trails. During operating hours Skiers, Snowboarders and Snowshoers can access the mountain via the designated Base to Umbrella Bar at Ten Peaks and Top of Red Lady Lift uphill route. All uphill travel must cease by 9:00 a.m. and may not begin again until 4:30 p.m., with the exception of the all-day route.