5 Reasons to Attend Crested Butte Nordic’s Thanksgiving Camp
1) Exceptional Early Season Nordic Skiing
Six miles west of Town, the Lily Lake Trails offer 10 kilometers of skiing at the top of Kebler Pass. The area receives 600 inches of annual snowfall and provides a very reliable early season venue. Ruthie’s Run, completed just two years ago, is an engineered ski trail that leaves right from the Nordic Center in Town. CB Nordic designed the trail specifically with early season skiing in mind and has specialized equipment that can groom the 5k loop with as little as 6 inches of snow. Since the trail was built, it has served as the venue for the Camp.
2) No Child Care Needed
At Crested Butte Nordic, all youngsters 17 and under get free passes and rentals all season long. Plus, there is a free Kids Camp for kids whose parents sign up for clinics.
3) Activities and Festivities
During the camp, you can learn how to wax your skis, take a pilates or yoga class, or test your fitness in the first of five Alley Loop Points Series Races. Plus, CB Nordic holds the Winter Kick Off Party on the last night of the Camp with food, libations, and live music.
4) Everything Within Walking Distance
Once you get to town, park your car for the weekend. Crested Butte’s lodgings are within walking distance of the Town’s shops, restaurants, and nordic skiing trailheads. You can even walk to the bus that takes you up to the base of the ski area.
5) Ski Free at CBMR
Crested Butte Mountain Resort is offering free skiing on its opening day which happens to be Wednesday, November 25th, the day before the CB Nordic Thanksgiving Camp starts.
Did we convince you to plan the best Thanksgiving Nordic Adventure ever? Visit the Crested Butte Nordic Center’s website for more information and to sign up!