Purely Colorado Crested Butte Hotels: We are pleased to be able to offer the following accommodation's in Crested Butte, Please go to the hotels section of our website to check instant availability, obtain a quote and book online or please call us on 0844 80 444 80.
The Grand Lodge at Crested Butte
Black Bear Lodge
Elk Mountain Lodge
About Crested Butte: Change your expectations of a Colorado Ski Holiday Forever! A bit of the beaten (and overcrowded) track – both in location and spirit, crested Butte keeps visitors going back year after year. Whether you're going to Crested Butte for a romantic getaway, a family ski holiday, or a weekend with pals, we know you will create memories there that will last a lifetime!
Tucked away in the elk mountain range of the Rocky Mountains, crested butte offers something for all levels of skier - as well as a taste of the extreme. Coupled with an historic mountain town and relaxed atmosphere, visiting crested butte is a real treat.
Crested Butte is Colorado’s “Last Great Ski Town.” Offering an extraordinary combination of big mountain skiing in a stunning location and a hip & trendy comfortable community with historic mining camp ambiance, coupled with all the amenities of a state-of–the-art luxury resort, Crested Butte remains as unspoiled as it is spectacular. Among avid skiers, Mt. Crested Butte which is located a free 3 mile shuttle ride from the Town of Crested Butte, is known as a skier’s mountain – the place where anyone can find the right challenge, ranging from the resort’s innovative beginners’ program, to inviting intermediate trails and non-threatening glades, and not to forget the double-black diamond Extreme Limits, the finest adventure skiing in the Rocky Mountains. Voted best steeps, best snow, and best groomed ski resort in Colorado, the ski area is the go-to place for all serious skiers. The old quaint, Victorian historic district has a good range of fine dining, brew pubs, shopping and nightlife – or simply stay at the mountain for après ski at one of the many great patios at the base area.
Ask people visiting Crested Butte, and words like authentic, exciting, genuine, unpretentious and fun come up again and again. It's the perfect place to disconnect -- and reconnect with family and friends.
Bustling with action, but laid back in attitude, you can feel the vitality as you wander through the quaint, Victorian historic district with its choices for fine dining, brew pubs, shopping and nightlife.
The town boasts one of Colorado's largest National Historic Districts, with charm impossible to convey in words. Although "sophisticated" and "charming" are words synonymous with Crested Butte, this doesn't mean the town hasn't kept a bit of its irreverence.
How to get to Crested Butte: Denver airport is 230 miles away from Crested Butte, Purely Colorado can arrange car rental for you with our rental partner Alamo rent a car or round-trip transfers can also be arranged.
Ski Shuttle - Complimentary 3 mile shuttle ride from the Town of Crested Butte to ski area.
Purely Colorado Keystone Hotels: We are pleased to be able to offer the following accommodation's in Keystone, Please go to the hotels section of our website to check instant availability, obtain a quote and book online or please call us on 0844 80 444 80.
Soda Ridge Condominiums
The Forest Condos
The Inn at Keystone
River Run Condominiums
About Keystone: Explore Keystone’s three mountains. Carve big turns on Dercum Mountain’s groomed trails. Pound through the bumps on North Peak. Dig into powder and some of the best gladed terrain on Keystone’s Outback. Or, for a real adventure, hike to the steeps and glades of the Windows or get on board for a guided snow cat tour to Bergman and Erickson bowls for untouched powder. When the sun goes down, the lights come on. Keystone boasts one of the largest night skiing/riding operations in the USA, as well as one of the largest night parks. Catch the sunset from the slopes and ski and ride into the night. Skiing Magazine’s pick for “ultimate all-things-to-all-skiers" resort, Keystone resort offers something for everyone in the family. Keystone has a family feel pervading everything on and off the mountain. Disney Family Fun magazine rated Keystone one of its' top picks for family resorts. The evening activities are endless, the tubing is excellent for those in a roller-coaster state of mind - a bit hairy but safe. Ice-skating takes place on a rink in the heart of the village. All the restaurants are family-friendly with a great atmosphere, food and service. Located in the White River National Forest just an hour from Denver, Keystone is home to three magnificent mountain playgrounds—Dercum Mountain, North Peak, and The Outback. There’s something special for every skier and rider of any level at each mountain. There are more than 3,000 vertical feet and over 3,000 acres of bowls, bumps, glades, steeps and groomers to be experienced.
DercumMountain peaks at 11,640 feet and offers skiers and riders a variety of green beginner runs and blue intermediate runs with long groomers, A51 Terrain Park – one of Transworld Snowboarding's Top 10 Parks for the second year running - night skiing and tubing at Adventure Point. Access The Windows some of the finest tree skiing at Keystone from top of Dercum Mountain. Bergman, Erikson and Independence Bowls are best explored by guided cat skiing tours that depart from Cat Ski Central at the top of Dercum Mountain.
NorthPeak tops out at 11,660 feet and offers skiers and rider’s long bump runs with a variety of blue intermediate and black expert runs. At the top lives The Outpost. The Outpost is home to The Alpenglow Stube, Der Fondue Chessel and the Timber Ridge Food Court. Access scenic snow cat tours from the top of North Peak.
How to get to Keystone: Denver airport is 90 miles away from Keystone, Purely Colorado can arrange car rental for you with our rental partner Alamo rent a car or round-trip transfers can also be arranged.