Many of us are hoping for warmer temperatures to hurry up and get here. Besides, it is April, is it not? Unfortunately, Old Man winter isn’t finished. Then again, there are those of us who are not in a big hurry and are looking for something fun to do while the temperatures continue to keep things a little cooled off.
, you have Crested Butte, which is a rather amazing ski resort. Right now, there are days when the temperatures reach the 50s and other days where it remains in the 30s. However, the winter season is coming to an end, but that doesn’t mean you can’t visit the area if you want to experience the beauty that it has to offer, as well as a number of non-skiing activities. Colorado
If you do want to ski, then there is the summer season. It starts June 1st and continues through September 23rd. Adult season passes start at $1,099 for unlimited skiing, the
, and riding. This covers you through the entire 2011-2012 summer season. If you just want to ride and ski, then adult tickets start at $999 for the entire 2011-2012 summer season. If you won’t be able to ski for the entire season, there are tickets available for 10, 5, and 1 day. Adventure Park
If you are new to skiing, then you have access to the ski and ride school where you can receive private lessons, group lessons, and lessons for kids. There are also ski camps. For the tiniest of kids, there is a nursery so that the parents can enjoy the many activities.
As for where to stay, you have
In regards to other things that you can do, you can have the Snowcat driving experience, can visit the spa, check out the art at art galleries, and take the kids to the Trailhead Children’s Museum, and go shopping. For the kids there is Kids Night out and
This is a place that you do need to check out in the winter and the summer. If the heat is getting to you where you are at, this is a good way for you to cool off. If you just love winter, well, you have a nice
getaway to make the most of it. The mountain air can definitely bring about a serene feeling that you will want to feel again and again. Colorado