One of Colorado’s largest National Historic Districts, Crested Butte offers old small town charm and a modern ski resort, plus great meeting facilities. Known for arts and eco-appreciation, the Victorian storefronts and friendly locals make it a charming destination. Though it feels a world away Crested Butte is easily accessible by the Gunnison/Crested Butte Airport, which offers flights from many major U.S. cities. Skiing, snowboarding, hiking, biking, fishing, and general small town meandering are encouraged at Crested Butte. Mountaineering, kayaking, nordic skiing, snowshoeing, rafting, and golf at Dos Rios in Gunnison or The Club at Crested Butte are also available among many other outdoor pursuits. And you can suit yourself up at one of the local outfits in town – offering the gear and apparel you’ll need along with the guidance you might want.
From the large to the quaint, Crested Butte has a meeting space for you – be it the Grand Ballroom (5,000 square feet) at Mountaineer Square at the ski area base or the intimate, authentic spaces at The Ruby – a luxury bed and breakfast in the heart of downtown. Western State College, located in the nearby town of Gunnison, provides extensive meeting and conference facilities. And the helpful meeting planners of the Gunnison – Crested Butte Tourism Association can assist you every step of the way.
For special events, Crested Butte offers up something unique all year round, be it The Peoples Fair in fall, the Night of Lights and the Holiday Bazaar in winter, concerts in the spring, or the Wildflower Festival, the Crested Butte Arts Festival, and Cattleman’s Days – America’s oldest rodeo – in summer. For an authentic Colorado experience where a historic town meets a modern ski resort filled with adventure, charm, and community Crested Butte is the place.