Located 12 miles west of the historic town of Crested Butte, Colorado, the Irwin catskiing area is a snow-catching paradise that awaits guests of Eleven’s Scarp Ridge Lodge. The terrain hold storms that often dump twice the amount of snow that town receives.
Eleven guests who ski Irwin are transported in the custom Tucker vehicle through pine forests up to the base area, where they set up for the day in the cat barn. After booting up, they climb into leather-trimmed climbing cats and ride to the top of Scarp Ridge, topping out at over 12,000 feet. A day of powder skiing with their 10 best friends awaits, interrupted only by gourmet lunch and après ski treats.
With a variety of terrain, from fresh corduroy to steep and deep west-facing chutes through the trees, Irwin has something for everyone.