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Known as Colorado’s last great ski town, Crested Butte is a great year round mountain destination that offers gorgeous scenery, a rich history and lack of crowds.

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There aren’t many places remaining that can be called a true Colorado ski town. Crested Butte is one of the few. Surrounded by huge expanses of mountain ranges and National Forest, to ski Crested Butte is to ski one of the most beautiful Colorado ski resorts. Among all the Colorado ski resorts and towns, this is one of Colorado's largest National Historic Districts, with many of the original buildings still intact and converted to eclectic boutiques, clubs, and restaurants. The original town is 3 miles from the ski and snowboard base village, and town of Mt. Crested Butte, where you will find an abundance of snow vacation conveniences, including ski and snowboard rentals, a variety of accommodations, and shopping and restaurants. There are shuttle stops throughout, which ultimately link the old and new with reliable and regular service. The mountain is best known for its "Extreme Limits" terrain, some of the best extreme skiing in the world. But, don't discount the skiing and snowboard opportunities for the 'regular' people too. Snowboarders and freeriders will enjoy terrain parks and a Superpipe. Nordic Skiers will find 35 kilometers of groomed trails for traditional cross country and skate skiing at the Crested Butte Nordic Center, located in historic Crested Butte. Compared to other Colorado ski resorts, Crested Butte will please your pocketbook. Crested Butte sets itself apart from other Colorado ski resorts with the free spirited and fun personality of its residents, and the feeling of truly escaping from the real world. Spend a winter vacation in a remote piece of paradise. Ski Crested Butte Colorado.