Welcome to Unit 401, the penthouse unit at Black Bear Lodge, which is located directly across the street from the Westwall lift at Mt. Crested Butte. The condo's views of both the mountain and valley below are spectacular, both summer and winter. With more than 2700 square feet, Unit 401 can sleep 12-14 people and includes 4 spacious bedrooms, each with a private bathroom and television. The unit consists of an extra large living area, dining area, gourmet kitchen, 2 king bedroom suites, 1 queen bedroom suite, 1 twin bedroom suite, a bunk room with 2 bunk beds and 2 leather sleeper sofas, 4.5 bathrooms, a steam shower, 3 private balconies, a utility room with a full sized washer and dryer, and an elevator that opens directly into the unit's private foyer. The unit has beautiful custom furniture and luxury, high quality bedding. This property is well suited for a large family or several families, offering a significant amount of privacy and space for everyone.
Black Bear Lodge is a beautiful condominium complex located at the base of Crested Butte Mountain offering underground heated parking serviced by an elevator, an outdoor hot tub, and outdoor grilling facilities.
The winter activities are second to none. With an abundance of ski runs ranging from green to extreme double black, Mt. Crested Butte offers something for every type of skier. The kids' ski programs are extensive, and the base of the mountain offers bungee jumping, tubing, and zip lining. For those more adventurous skiers, Crested Butte offers an excellent array of back country skiing.
While skiing is king in Crested Butte, the summer and fall seasons offer incredible weather and marvelous activities. Fishing, hunting, mountain biking, hiking, golfing, whitewater rafting, and numerous town activities are wonderful during the warmer months. The summer kids' programs are also incredible. Summer activities at the mountain include miniature golf, a rock climbing wall, bungee jumping, zip lining, Frisbee golf, and a ropes course. Crested Butte has also been designated the “wildflower capitol of Colorado” and the golden aspens in late September and early October make the area absolutely gorgeous. For outdoor sport's enthusiasts, the fly fishing and elk hunting are world class!