Crested Butte Colorado Airbnb Has West Elks Hot Tub Views

So many winter destinations in Colorado are also amazing summer destinations. This is the time of year when we have to swap our skis for hiking boots and head to the trailheads.

If you have skied crested mound before but haven’t had a chance to go back during the summer months, you should consider going back. Take your friends for a weekend and experience the Alpenglow music series, hiking, mountain biking, archery and breweries. To do everything you will need the perfect Airbnb. We found one.

How far is Crested Butte Colorado?

The drive to Crested Butte is approximately 150 miles and should take less than 3 hours. From Grand Junction, take Highway 50 to Gunnisonthen head north on 135 to Crested Butte.

What to see in Crested Butte, Colorado

During the summer, you can consult the ‘Oh Be Joyful Recreation Area’walk to weekly Alpenglow live concert series, hike the incredible Snodgrass or Stream Brush trails, and maybe play a round of golf at The Crested Butte Club. The changing color of fall is another great reason to visit the area, and in winter there is world-class skiing at Crested Butte Mountain.

What mountain peaks are visible in Crested Butte?

The peaks of mass of snow and castle peak are the two largest you will see in Crested Butte. Near the top of Crested Butte you can also see Enigma, Capitoland Pyramid.

Crested Butte Airbnb offers hot tub with stunning mountain views

Enjoy views of Crested Butte Mountain from your backyard hot tub in this Colorado Airbnb rental. Scroll through the property and find the listing to book your stay.

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