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Current Conditions

8°
Clear
wind: WSW @3 mph
Today’s ski patrol
control work
All clear

Snowfall

1"
24hr
5"
48hr
18"
7 days
46" Depth
117" Season to date

Forecast

Wed
24°
Thu
23°
Fri
25°
Sat
19°
Sun
20°
Mon
30°
Tue
34°
Today:
Partly Cloudy
Tomorrow:
Snow Showers

Snow Report

Good morning and welcome to the 21st day in February of 2018 where 1 inch of fresh snow has fallen in the last 24 hours, making the conditions good enough to open the High Lift today! The High Lift will open mid-day TODAY with access to Headwall and Teo Bowl! Guests are reminded to review our beacon policy at www.skicb.com/safety. The news gets even better as Mother Nature is expected to continue dumping snow on Crested Butte Mountain through Sunday, with more than a foot expected to fall! The 91 runs open will be nothing short of fantastic, so hop on any of the 13 lifts open to get you skiing and riding the best terrain out there; and make sure to give Ruby Chief a whirl as it’s the groomer’s choice of the day!

Looking for more ways to save at Crested Butte Mountain Resort? Look no further than The Red Card! When you book directly through Crested Butte Vacations, you will receive The Red Card, which unlocks exclusive VIP resort wide discounts including dining, retail, rentals and activities. Visit skicb.com/redcard for more information.

Take a break between powder runs at any of our three on-mountain dining options located around the mountain. Whether it’s at the Umbrella Bar at Ten Peaks, Uley’s Cabin or Paradise Warming House, you’ll get unbeatable views, thirst quenching drinks and delicious cuisine options no matter where you go!

It’s another incredible day on the slopes of Crested Butte Mountain Resort!

 

 

Uphill Travel Information

THE UPHILL DAYTIME ROUTE IS OPEN

Uphill access is allowed per our Uphill Policy.

For approved routes please view our Uphill Map

Keep in mind:

For your safety, please stay in the center of the trail on your way up and down for the best visibility