A series of mid-month storms are laying down a layer of powder that will please skiers and outdoor enthusiasts in the region. Crested Butte enjoyed a 30-inch base on December 13th, making it the first area in all of Colorado to accumulate that depth. And with more storms on the way as we enter the serious snowfall season, Crested Butte and Gunnison County slopes stand to be a first-class option for enjoying a variety of snow activity.
Not that we are a stranger to such heightened interest and activity. For as long as the words “skiing” and “Colorado” have complemented each other, Crested Butte has been a prime choice for world-class skiers, snowboarders, horseback riders, snow mobilers, outback explorers and just those who enjoy looking at those immense white landscapes as they enjoy a hot drink by a fireplace. Add in the number of ski promotions and attractive resort offers, and Crested Butte will once again be leading the way as the winter season destination spot.
Long-time citizens and those who maintain a second Crested Butte home are not surprised by such announcements of prime powder, but they are excited. It’s what makes the town and the surrounding environs of Gunnison County such a magical place to live. This is not just a ski town but a legitimate option for seeking a new job, a relocation and raising your family. The thick, pristine snow cover is merely an added benefit during the winter as the gorgeous thaw is in the summer.
If this type of scenic lifestyle sounds appealing, then Crested Butte real estate or property in Gunnison County just might be the place for you. Why wait? Drop me a line today so I can tell you more.