Blackbear Lodge Crested Butte
Black Bear Lodge is absolutely unique in its ability to combine the warm ambiance of a mountain lodge with the luxury and convenience of a fine private residence! Each home provides nine-foot or vaulted ceilings, private decks, and oversized windows and doors to capture the spectacular views of Crested Butte Mountain and surrounding peaks such as Whetstone, Axtel, and Emmons, as well as the Town of Crested Butte. Location, as they say, is everything, and Black Bear Lodge is ideally situated directly across from the ski lifts. This brings everything at the resort within short waking distance, and the area's excellent public transportation makes it easy to pop into Crested Butte for shopping, or dinner in one of the Town's many exceptional restaurants. As its name implies, the architecture of Black Bear Lodge is designed to capture the feel of a rustic mountain hideaway, with liberal use of stone, and heavy timber and log accents. Built in 2001, Black Bear Lodge's luxury condominiums are located only 100 yards from the Peachtree Lift.
701 Gothic Road
Crested Butte, Colorado
Crested Butte has grown from a booming mining town in the 1880's to one of the most respected ski mountains in the country, without losing that genuine mountain hospitality. Experts will find numerous steeps, chutes, and cliffs to explore off the Extreme Limits and The Headwall, and can experience steep 'n deep, backcountry-style terrain off the North Face lift. Intermediates and beginners will thrill to the abundant cruisers under Paradise and Keystone lifts. The village and town are dotted with excellent restaurants and night spots, quaint specialty shops, and art galleries to round out the skiing experience. If you're looking for the authentic mountain town experience, you'll find it at Crested Butte!
Guests will enjoy several million dollars' worth of improvements throughout the resort this year (from base area facelifts to expanded snowmaking to lift upgrades), with ever more dramatic transformations to follow. Innovative architectural teams are polishing plans to essentially re-create the central ski village from the ground up.