What's the weather going to be like while I'm there?
Every season in Crested Butte is beautiful and unique in its own way. Mountain weather can be unpredictable, but check out our weather page to get a general idea of what to expect and see some photos.
Are linens and kitchen suppies provided?
Yes. All linens are provided making for super comfy beds and the kitchens are fully equipped. If you click on individual cabin amenities pages you can get a very detailed list of what is provided.
Can you get us discounted lift tickets for skiing at Mount Crested Butte?
Yes! We can put together great discounted package deals for downhill skiing. We need 48 hours notice to order tickets and can get you a 1 day or more tickets. We can also get you discounts on ski and snowboard rentals at Peak Sports.
Are there TV's in the cabins?
No. There are no televisions in the cabins. But, we do have TV's with VCR'S/DVD players to rent. The charge for TV rental is $10/night with free VCR movie library. If you want to rent the DVD player, you will need to bring your own DVD's.
Are there phones/wifi in the cabins?
No. But, there is a phone in the customer office for free local and long distance calls. There is an answering machine if you need someone to leave you a message that phone number is 970-349-7204. There is also free wifi in the customer office. The Wild Rose Cabin #3 is the only cabin to have wi-fi.
How far to town and Mt. Crested Butte?
Town is an easy 12 minute drive and Mount Crested Butte is a 15 minute drive.
Can you drive directly to the cabins in the winter?
Yes! We snow plow the resort and Gunnison County snow plows the road to the resort. So, yes, you can park right in front of your cabin in winter and summer.
How far apart are the cabins?
The cabins are nicely spaced apart compared to most cabin resorts. In general, they are about 150-250 feet apart, some more some less, but all are surrounded by trees and feel private.
Are you directly on the highway leading into Crested Butte?
No, that is the beauty of the Pioneer! We are 2 miles off Highway 135 on a dirt road and inside the National Forest. In addition, we are not even directly on the Forest Service road, but are across a river and down our own private road.
Do you need 4WD to get to the resort?
No, you do not need 4WD to get to the resort in summer, but in winter it's always a good idea in case of a big snow storm but not totally nessessary.
Are the cabins winterized?
Yes, the cabins are winterized and very warm and cozy in winter.