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    January in Crested Butte

    By Dawn Howe | January 4, 2023

    January in Crested Butte Welcome, 2023! We hope your 2023 is off to a great start. For those that love to ski, CBMR is reporting 38 inches of new snow in the last 7 days! The skiing has been fabulous; hopefully, the North Face will open soon. January Happenings January 6th & 7th, Live Theater:... Read More

    December in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | December 2, 2022

    December in Crested Butte With 16″ of snow in the last 7 days and another big storm coming this weekend. Crested Butte is the beautiful winter wonderland we all love. There is no better place to spend the holidays! December Happenings December 3rd, Avalanch Awareness Night at 6pm.December 3rd, Family Jammy BINGO at Tully’s at... Read More

    November in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | November 8, 2022

    November in Crested Butte We may be in the off-season for a few more weeks, so there is still plenty of time to get out and enjoy the slower pace. The snow is starting to stick around up on the higher peaks, making us all excited for the winter season ahead. November 23rd is opening... Read More

    October in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | October 14, 2022

    October in Crested Butte With the white snowy peaks and the golden leaves, this may be the most beautiful October I’ve ever seen. We should be peaking soon. I hope you are out enjoying the colors! Photo from Travel Crested Butte October Happenings October 2nd & 9th, CB Farmers Market from 9am-2pm. Located on Elk Ave. October... Read More

    September in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | October 14, 2022

    September in Crested Butte The rain has kept everything nice and green. Soon, the leaves will start to change colors. In my opinion, it’s the prettiest time to be in Crested Butte. The crisp mornings have been refreshing, yet it’s still plenty warm during the day. Get out and enjoy the trails while you can!... Read More

    August in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | October 14, 2022

    August in Crested Butte Summer in the valley has been incredible. Blue skies in the morning and a few rain showers in the afternoons really made the wildflowers pop this year. I hope you are enjoying your summer! Pinterest, Lake Irwin August Happenings Center for the Arts Events: August 8th: Alpenglow, Dragondeer from 5:30-7:30pm. August 15th: Alpenglow, The Greeting... Read More

    July in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | October 14, 2022

    July in Crested Butte      Some will say July is the best month in Crested Butte. The weather is fabulous, wildflowers are at their peak, and there are so many fun events, concerts, and things to do – it’s hard to fit it all in.  Photo from July Happenings Center for the Arts Events– July... Read More

    June in Crested Butte 2022

    By Dawn Howe | June 6, 2022

    It is June, which means summer has arrived in the Valley! We can’t wait to run on our favorite trails, mountain bike on some single track, have cocktails on the patio and enjoy the stunning views. Photo from Travel Crested Butte June Happenings Center for the Art Events – June 12th: Disability Film Festival at 7pm.June 14th & 30th: Mountain Writers... Read More

    May in Crested Butte

    By Dawn Howe | May 4, 2022

    We are in the full off-season swing here in Crested Butte. The temps are a mix of snow, rain, and warm temps. The tourists are slim and the town is slow. There is much anticipation for the summer scenes like this below. Photo from Pintrest May Happenings Center for the Art Events – May 4th: Film Series; Spaceballs from 7 pm... Read More

    March in Crested Butte

    By Dawn Howe | March 7, 2022

    March is always an awesome time in Crested Butte. There are so many fun events this month including the Move the Butte Dance Performance, Spring Break 2022, and the best costume party of the year, KBUT Radio’s Soul Train is back under its alias Disco Inferno! Photo from Crested Butte Mountain Resort March Happenings Public House March... Read More