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Wild Child Miner's Cabin

Stay in this lovely converted miner's cabin in the best possible location in Crested Butte! You'll be a block and half away from the shopping and dining of downtown, and steps from Crested Butte's Nordic Center, ice rink and sledding. On top of that, you can catch the free mountain shuttle right across the street from the house!

$303 per night
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Last Great CB Ski Cabin-Free Town Bikes & Parking

Classic & adorable 1 bed/1 bath 1st floor of a historic in-Town cozy cabin with amazing views. One block from free shuttle to Base Area or easy walk in Town of CB. This special gem is part of a duplex-type unit with private access. Has a free-standing home feeling, but provides condo value. A perfect combination of comfort & convenience outfitted with elements from owners' years of travel. Enjoy free Snowshoes, Snowsleds & Parking. Please read full listing before submitting reservation request.

$228 per night
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Cozy Cabin in the Heart of it All

The Crested Butte Love Shack - A fully decked-out Cabin in the heart of downtown. Experience a piece of Crested Butte, Colorado history by staying in an old miner's cabin - one of the original Crested Butte structures dating back to the mining era of the 1890's. The Cabin has been thoughtfully updated with the latest comforts and technology but still has all the charm and flavor of the old West. And the location absolutely can't be beat.

$214 per night

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Private Guest Cottage on Elk!
$108 per night
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Amazing condo with hot tub & views
$84 per night
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Family-Owned Inn in Downtown CB. Famous for Comfort, Value, and Friendliness!
$106 per night
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Oh Be Joyful!! House-one block from Camp 4 Coffee!
$115 per night
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Upstairs on Elk
$110 per night
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NEW! Pet-Friendly Home in Heart of Crested Butte!
$241 per night
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Cloud Cottage on ELK!
$194 per night
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Stay in town/sleep in peace
$99 per night
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Double Bed rooms
$99 per night
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Rather-Be Bungalow
$232 per night
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Newly renovated Skyland Golf Course Area Condo.
$120 per night
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Cozy & stylish 1Bdrm mountain retreat w/ hot tub!
$128 per night

Your guide to Crested Butte

All About Crested Butte

Nestled in a remote valley in Colorado’s soaring Rocky Mountains, the small town of Crested Butte (named after nearby Crested Butte Mountain) got its start as one of many mining towns in the area in the 1860s. Today, it is renowned for its skiing, with powder aficionados coming from far and wide to take on the double black diamond runs and beginners taking it easy on the more accessible slopes.

In town, brightly painted wooden buildings line the streets, creating a distinctive contrast with the towering snow-capped mountains. Elk Avenue is Crested Butte’s main drag, and the surrounding side streets are home to more than 50 eateries and distilleries for refueling after a hard day on the slopes. Known as the “Wildflower Capital of Colorado,” Crested Butte is a popular place for hiking and mountain biking amongst a sea of blue flax and fleabane as the snow starts to melt, a time when you could also spot bighorn sheep and moose roaming free.


How do I get around Crested Butte?

The closest airport is the Gunnison/Crested Butte Regional Airport (GUC), which is just 30 minutes from downtown Crested Butte. There are shuttle services from the airport to town. The nearest major air hub is Denver International Airport (DEN), which is between four and five hours’ drive from Crested Butte. Car rental is available at the airport, and this is the easiest way to reach town.

Getting to and around Crested Butte is quick and easy, thanks to the strong public transportation system. Once you arrive, there’s a free shuttle bus service linking the town center, ski area, and many of the town’s attractions.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Crested Butte?

Winter and summer are the most popular times of the year to head to vacation rentals in Crested Butte. During the winter, this is a popular skiing destination, and the hills and mountains are scenic spots for hiking and mountain biking in the warmer months. Crested Butte is so proud of its wildflowers that every July it celebrates nature’s pageantry with a wildflower festival, featuring art classes, garden tours, and hikes.

The spring and fall are also great times to visit, with more space to roam the area’s picturesque trails. However, keep in mind that some local businesses may be closed during the off-season. Late September brings a film festival which showcases over 100 films from around the world.


What are the top things to do in Crested Butte?

Green Lake Trail

Just a five-minute walk from town, the Green Lake Trail offers scenic aspen groves and trout fishing. With an elevation gain of almost 1,800 feet, there are some steep climbs, but getting to the end is rewarded with commanding views of the clear waters below. The hiking season is a long one, lasting from May until October. During the summer, Crested Butte’s wildflowers explode into a kaleidoscopic carpet across the valley floor, and, in the fall, the leaves burst into a dazzling array of red, yellow, and orange.

Skiing on Crested Butte Mountain

Over 1.7 million acres of National Forest envelop Crested Butte Mountain, which has been a well-known skiing destination for decades and is home to both crowd-pleasing freestyle championships and family-friendly facilities. Its location away from the highway provides uninterrupted vistas. The Adaptive Sports Center ensures that everyone can enjoy the fresh powder.

The Club at Crested Butte

At 9,000 feet of elevation, the Club at Crested Butte was designed by a world-famous course architect to offer a unique golfing experience. The area’s only course features trout-filled lakes and untouched wilderness beneath the magnificent backdrop of the towering Elk Mountains. Tee off in the winter to admire the surrounding snow-capped peaks as they’re reflected in the glassy water.