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Good morning and happy Friday! On this 24th day in February of 2017, you can enjoy 6 inches of fresh snow that fell in the last 24 hours with even more on its way; up to a foot is expected to fall by the end of the day on Tuesday. The conditions just keep getting better on the 121 slopes that are open, as over 24 feet of snow have fallen so far this season. All 15 lifts will be running, taking you to over 1500 acres of skiable terrain.
With all the incredible skiing and riding to be had on the slopes of Crested Butte Mountain Resort, take a quick break to give your legs a rest and your stomach some food. Jefe’s, located in Mountaineer Square is the ideal place to take a break, indulge in a delicious burrito and prepare yourself for an afternoon of more fun on the slopes!
Speaking of fun, have you ever spent some time on the North Face or High Lift? With The North Face Guides, you can experience the extreme terrain in a fun, group setting. This in-bounds group tour allows participants to experience the resort’s famed extreme terrain, concentrating on skiing and riding off the High Lift and in the North Face area of the mountain.
It’s looking like a great day and weekend here on the slopes of Crested Butte Mountain Resort!
Uphill Travel Information
Uphill skiers must adhere to the recommended routes on the Uphill Use Map. Please be aware of closures due to control work. When the red beacon on the top of tower 3 of the Red Lady Express is flashing, uphill traffic is not permitted above Upper Park. Uphill users should first check the CBMR Snow Report and look under ‘Today’s Ski Patrol Control Work’ for the ALL CLEAR icon. Bike riders are allowed on all groomed terrain to the top of Red Lady Express unless there is early morning control work. All uphill travel must cease by 9 am and may not begin again until 4:30 pm.
When 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 Express 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 am and may not begin again until 4:30 pm, with the exception of the daytime route.