Mountains / Colorado

Crested Butte

BASE

9,375 ft

SUMMIT

12,162 ft

SKIABLE ACRES

1,547

TRAILS

121

About Crested Butte

 

Vertical Drop Lift Served – 2,775 feet (846 meters)
Overall – 3,062 feet (933 meters)
requires a short hike to Peak Terrain

Skiable Acres

1,547 acres (626 hectares)

Snowmaking
297 acres (120 hectares) (114 hectares) serviced by 14 of 16 lifts

Lift Capacity

20,020 people per hour

Trails

26% beginner
57% intermediate
14% advanced

Longest Run

2.6 miles (4.2 km)
Peak to Treasury

Terrain Parks
The Gold Link and Cascade Terrain Parks are part of a complete freestyle pod off the Painter Boy and Gold Link lifts. This translates to a literal playground for the park enthusiast, highlighted by the ability to progress from one park – and one feature size – to the next.

The Cascade location also is ideal for larger park features, offering a consistent fall line for the jib park. Cascade is blessed with good afternoon light, allowing for better visibility, and it’s proximity to mountain operations headquarters means snowcat operators have easier access and more time for cutting features.

Season

  • November to mid-April

Lifts

    • 15 Total
      (4 high-speed detachable quads, 2 fixed grip quads, 2 triple chairs, 2 double chairs, 2 surface lifts, 3 magic carpets)
    • Lift Operating Hours
      9:00 am – 4:00 pm

East River and High Lifts close at 3:30 pm

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