2015-16 Ski.com Partner Visits: Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Every autumn dozens of industry reps from resorts, properties and more descend on Ski.com headquarters to update us on what’s new for the coming season. We sat down to chat with Seth from Crested Butte Mountain Resort, pictured here with Ashley from The Sky Hotel in Aspen, Colo., and here’s what he had to share:

Crested Butte Mountain Resort
Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Q&A with Seth from Crested Butte Mountain Resort

Q: What’s new at Crested Butte Mountain Resort for 2015-16?
A: We updated the rental shop, and we are hosting the Fat Bike World Championships January 2016. We also have the new Umbrella Bar at Ten Peaks.

Q: What makes Crested Butte Mountain Resort unique or different from other resorts?
A: We have truly an authentic Colorado ski town.

Q: In your opinion, what are the top three reasons skiers and snowboarders return year after year to Crested Butte Mountain Resort?
A: Customer service, value and family-friendliness.

Q: What’s the No. 1 reason Crested Butte Mountain Resort partners with Ski.com year in and year out?
A: Ski.com has great marketing reach and informed Mountain Vacation Specialists.

Q: Do you know how many years Crested Butte Mountain Resort has partnered with Ski.com?
A: Maybe 10-15 years.

Nicole Barker

Nicole Barker

Marketing Manager at Ski.com
Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, I settled in Aspen to serve as The Ski.com Blog’s token snowboarder. When I'm not shredding the gnar, I keep busy as a photographer and devoted soccer fan.
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Hailing from the Pacific Northwest, I settled in Aspen to serve as The Ski.com Blog’s token snowboarder. When I'm not shredding the gnar, I keep busy as a photographer and devoted soccer fan.

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