We Deliver Right to Your Doorstep

Often times, especially in the winter months, we deliver customers a nice specialized Jeep right to their doorstep.  Usually dropping the Jeep off at the customers hotel or the FBO at the Gunnison Airport, allows for a very smooth and quick transaction.  Many of our customers arrive here and find that they want to also adventure to the surrounding resorts and/or hot springs.  However, many just need a vehicle to safely traverse the piles of snow and ice in town.  Yes there is free public transportation, but having your own lifted Jeep allows you the freedom to run errands or transport your group to another magical spot in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado.

Cement Creek Road to Reno Divide

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Roughly six miles south out of Crested Butte is Cement Creek Road, which accesses Crested Butte South.  Cement Creek is a dirt road, providing miles of fun Jeeping, especially this time of year when we are waiting for the snow to fully melt.  I enjoyed a quick adventure up the road yesterday, easily making it to the beaver pond meadow.  The road becomes very narrow (as seen in the photo below) so you’ll want to go slow as there are many blind corners and oncoming traffic.

20180523_133802_resizedThis route also accesses the Reno Divide Pass trail, which is a common route for those on multi-day rentals.  Customers are more and more renting for their entire trip length and as we have multiple zones of adventure we can keep them busy the entire time during the summer and fall.  In May we are still poking around, but there is a lot of fun to be had in paradise any time of year.

The Fall Foliage Season has Arrived!

Trail during Fall Foliage

Customer’s often ask when will the leaves turn or be at their peak and I usually say the climax is around September 25th to the 27th.  However, not this year!  With cooling temps and the added moisture that the Fall brings, this year it’s already happening.  The leaves are turning, the landscape/view is turning surreal and there’s a certain chill to the air.  Personally I love wearing sweaters in the morning, but not for long as the powerful sun clears out the valley floor and brings warmth to us all.  If fewer crowds and epic views are what you yearn for, then we surely have your fix.