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The 45th Annual Crested Butte Arts Festival

July 26, 2017
Crested Butte is home to one of the nation's top art festivals. The Crested Butte Arts Festival features incredible art, fantastic cuisine, exhilarating entertainment, artist demonstrations, children's activities and an art auction. Check out the video below or go to the festival's website to learn more information.

 
 

2nd Quarter 2017 Market Report

July 18, 2017
"Town is as busy as ever, the real estate market is very strong, and we are in the height of our selling season."  For Sigrid’s full market update and more in-depth statistics of the market so far this year, check out our market report available here.

 

Mountain Express offers Bus service to Gothic and Judd Falls Trailhead

July 11, 2017
Mountain Express has collaborated with Gunnison County and the Forest Service to begin bus service to the Judd Falls Trailhead this summer. The Mountain Express Board and staff are excited to offer this service in efforts to help alleviate traffic impacts in the Gothic Corridor.

The Gothic Bus began operating on Monday, June 12 and will run through Sunday, August 20. The Gothic Bus makes 4 round trips daily with stops at the 4-Way in Crested Butte, Mountaineer Square, Quick read more or view full article Snodgrass, Gothic Townsite/RMBL and now at the Judd Falls Trailhead parking area. Stops depart the 4-Way at 8:30AM, 11:30AM, 1:30PM and 4:00PM daily. Stops depart the Judd Falls Trailhead at 9:10AM, 12:10PM, 2:10PM and 4:40PM daily.

The schedule is available here and the route map is available here. As this is the first season traveling to Judd Falls, minor adjustments may need to be made along the way. Locals and guests are encouraged to use the bus this summer for their recreation within the Gothic Corridor. If the service is successful this year, efforts to offer more round trips can be made in the future. Please help spread the word and encouragement to hikers, bikers, sight-seers, artists, scientists, flower peeper, anglers… You get the idea.

If you have any questions, visit the website at www.mtnexp.org, or contact Mountain Express at (970) 349-5616.
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