LOCATION: WinterCAMP 2016 will be held at spectacular Crested Butte in the spectacular Rocky Mountains of Colorado.
Activities will start and finish at the Elk Mountain Lodge, a beautiful 1919 miner's hotel located in the town of Crested Butte.
Participants are responsible for arranging their own lodging at the Elk Mountain Lodge. We encourage you to make your reservations EARLY! We have a block of rooms reserved, for early registrants. Use the code WINTERCAMP.
For information on room-sharing options Contact Us.
You won't need a car while you are here. The town has great free transit that runs frequently. There are two good options for reaching Crested Butte.
1. Fly into Gunnison Airport (GUC) and catch a shuttle ($68 Round Trip) to Crested Butte.
2. Fly into Montrose (DRO) and either rent a car or take a shuttle ($160 round trip) to Crested Butte.
Alpine Express Shuttle
Toll Free 1-800-822-4844
Whether you are an expert or a novice , skiing is a part of WinterCAMP and we strongly encourage everyone to participate. You will have the chance to be both a teacher and a student at some point during the week. If you fly in early on Monday and leave late on Friday you can get five days of skiing in! Discount tickets can be purchased here. Discount rentals and demo packages(recommended) here. PLEASE PURCHASE TICKETS AND RENT GEAR BEFORE YOU ARRIVE. If you are renting, please pick up your gear on MONDAY and have it ready to go for Tuesday morning.
WinterCAMP starts promptly at 7 am each morning and ends around 10pm each evening. Participants are expected to be engaged during these times. Make arrangements with your office so you are not disturbed during WinterCAMP hours. (And don't think you are going to be able to get work done after 10pm. You will need your sleep.)
Come dressed to engage, not to impress. Daytime activites will take place outdoors. March tends to be fairly warm (mid 30's) during the day, however higher elevations can be quite chilly when the wind picks up at 11,400 feet. with over 8,100 skiable acres there is plenty to do and you wouldn't want to miss any of it! See our Surviving at 9,100 feet link.
Breakfast at the house is provided each morning.
Lunches are not provided. Some people pack their own, others choose to use one of the on-mountain restaurants.
Dinner is on us and our generous sponsor, Dow Building Solutions, Tuesday - Thursday for those who earn it.
Cocktails and other libations are provided at the Monday night party.
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