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The Weather in Crested Butte
Check out the climate diagram for Crested Butte. The highest average temperatures are in the month of June. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The rainiest month is January while the driest month is June.
A vacation rental in Crested Butte: Connecting with Colorado
Plan in advance and have your pick of the vacation homes in Crested Butte, from mountainside condos with decks and hot tubs, to rustic cabins and cute cottages in town.
Hungry? Check out the best local eats
The aptly named Secret Stash is a highly recommended eatery for fans of eclectic pizza and décor. Visitors are quickly enchanted by the colorful, playfully decorated interior and the equally adventurous pizza toppings, like figs and even French fries. With great service and rustic charm, the staff never fails to impress customers with their secret stash of recipes. Fans of Mexican fast food should also check out Teocalli Tamale, serving up generous portions of tacos, burritos and tamales. Squeeze in a morning coffee at Camp 4 Coffee or First Ascent Coffee Roasters and you will be all set for your day!
Excursions in and around Crested Butte
The best thing about Crested Butte is that it offers adventures all year round: skiers can partake in alpine fun in the winter, while hikers can take advantage of the beautiful outdoor trails in the summer. Crested Butte Mountain Resort offers a diverse range of terrain for skiers of all skill levels. Summer travelers should definitely drive through Kebler Pass to see the aspen forest reaching into the skies and beautiful scenery that will not leave photographers disappointed. Schofield Pass is a must for hikers, since the mountain views are breathtaking.
Get your groove on at the festivals
Crested Butte Arts Festival has been in operation for over 45 years and features nationally recognized art, delicious local cuisine, and fun-filled entertainment. An added bonus: the festival proceeds fund arts outreach programs in the region. Are you visiting in spring? The Crested Butte Wildflower Festival welcomes flower lovers from around the country, and features everything from hikes and walks, to photography workshops, edible flower sampling, and botanic tours. What are you waiting for?
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