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25 February 2015

This much anticipated opening will offer incredible skiing and riding at the resort this weekend

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – FEB. 25 – After a big announcement in November of the possibility of expanding skiing and riding to an area called Teo 2 at Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR), recent snow has given ample snow coverage to open this terrain for the first time ever. Teo 2 is an area just beyond the current Teocalli Bowl that is within ski area boundaries and has future plans for lift and terrain expansion into the drainage below, if approved once plans and permitting being.

It is an exciting time for the resort and its guests to get back there, check it out and see the opportunities within the resort’s 2013 Master Development Plan with the US Forest Service. Teo 2 brings an additional 40 acres of extreme skiing terrain to CBMR, with pillow drops, steep tree lines and finishing out with a mellow open bowl of fresh powder.

Teo 2 is accessed by taking the High Lift T-Bar, which will open promptly at 9 a.m. when the resort opens this Saturday and requires a hike out of...Read more

20 January 2015
3 non-perishable food items per person to be donated to local food banks
 
MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – Jan. 20. – In an effort to help the local community, Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) is hosting a food drive on January 25th to support both the Crested Butte and Gunnison food banks. Guests who donate three non-perishable non-expired food items will receive a $35 lift ticket, valid for Sunday, January 25, 2015.
 
“As a company we value the local community and want to do something to give back, above our normal donations. We thought that providing food for both the Gunnison and Crested Butte food pantries was a great way for us to help, from the CBMR family,” explains Ethan Mueller, president of CBMR. “It is something that as a company we have done for years at Okemo Mountain in Vermont. We thought now was time to do the same here in Crested Butte.”
 
When a guest brings three cans of non-perishable food to the Adventure Center on January 25, they will receive a coupon for...Read more
23 December 2014
Crested Butte Mountain Resort partners with Sony to offer free Action Cam loans
 
MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – December 12 – In line with all the adventure to be found at Crested Butte Mountain Resort (CBMR) and the beauty that surrounds the area, guests can now capture their experience with Sony’s Action Cam. Recently, the resort signed a partnership agreement with Sony Action Cam to launch a loaner program in the base area giving guests the opportunity to experience the Action Cam firsthand, which started Thursday, Dec 11. Action Cam will help to kick off the season at the Dec. 13 CB Santa Ski Crawl event, capturing the event through the Action Cam lens and sharing Santa’s POV with the world.
 
“We are thrilled to partner with Crested Butte and put the Action Cam into the hands of their guests this season,” said Patrick Huang Director of the Action Cam business at Sony Electronics. “Sony Action Cam allows everyone to share their adventures and tell stories in a new way. We can’t wait to see the footage from the slopes.”
05 November 2014

IT’S TIME TO EXPAND THE TERRAIN AT CRESTED BUTTE MOUNTAIN RESORT

40 acres of extreme terrain will open this season with ample snow

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – Nov. 5 – Crested Butte Mountain Resort announces that they will open 40 new acres of expert terrain this winter season, called Teo 2, once the area has ample snowpack. Located skiers’ right beyond Teocalli Bowl at the top of the High Lift, Teo 2 stands above future expansion possibilities at the resort on the back side of the mountain.

Teo 2 delivers a variety of terrain for advanced skiers and riders. Upon entering the area, riders will choose from either legendary “Crested Butte style” steeps or a wide open powder bowl. There are pillow drops and steep tree lines; all finishing with a mellower open field that weaves through short trees. Mountain crews cleared trees over the summer, with guidance from the U.S. Forest Service, to create an egress road that was needed to open this terrain. To get back to the main part of the resort, there is a 20 – 30 minute hike back to Schofield Road...Read more

28 July 2014

Fresh ways to hit the slopes!

MT. CRESTED BUTTE, Colo. – JUL.28 – In anticipation of the 2014-2015 ski season, Crested Butte Mountain Resort is improving guest entertainment on skis and off. Snow bike rentals will make it possible to hit the slopes in more ways than one, and continued thinning on gladed runs will offer intermediate skiers more places to ski through the trees. And thanks to a new storage system for skis, getting on and off the slopes will be easier than ever. Check out the details:

Continued Glading for Intermediate Skiers

Last summer, the resort thinned 10 acres of trees, dramatically improving access to forested skiing. This summer, the improvements continue as resort crews partner with the local US Forest Service District to identify new areas for glading. Intermediate skiers looking for more gentle gladed terrain should get ready to weave through the trees in the East River area and off the Teocalli Lift.

Snow Bike Rentals

For the last couple of years, snow bikes have made a huge...Read more

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