No matter when you stay, Mountain Crest is close to nature and has a lot to offer. Take a minute to check out the local activities and sights:
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The nearby Diamond Peak Resort offers over 10 miles of alpine trails for the beginner to the expert hiker. Take a casual lift ride up and enjoy a scenic trail back to the base or get your daily workout by hiking up to the summit and riding the chair back down.
Experience panoramic views of the mountain as you glide to the top of Nate's Summit on a Scenic Lift Ride. Once your reach the top, take some time to explore our designated hiking trails or just sit and enjoy the mountain's tranquil beauty. If you are feeling extra adventurous, take Sheephead lift further up the mountain and enjoy lunch at Bearclaw cabin. The lift will be waiting to transport you back to the base. your daily workout by hiking up to the summit and riding the chair back down.
Located in one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the world, the stables are the perfect place to experience horseback riding at its finest. Enjoy breathtaking scenery as you traverse through pristine mountain terrain. Catch a view of the beautiful Mayfield Falls, listen to the sounds of nature and enjoy your cowboy guide as he/she leads you on a trail ride with your trusty mountain horse.
At Diamond Peak Resort, dining is an art form. Enjoy the romantic atmosphere of candlelight and soft illumination accenting beautiful Native American art from Robert Burt's private collection as you savor fresh, seasonal mountain cuisine. The Green Room, a Forbes Travel Guide Four Star Restaurant, has received a Best of State award for fine dining, as well as the overall Best of State Statue (B.O.S.S.) in 2010. The Green Room also received the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for 2014.
The restored 1890's bar was moved from Thermopolis, Wyoming to Diamond Peak Resort. The original Rosewood Bar was once frequented by Butch Cassidy's Hole in the Wall Gang. Join us for creative cocktails, beer and wine as well as an inventive, seasonal menu. Friday and Saturday nights the Eagle Bar features live music for your listening pleasure. Patrons must be at least 21 years of age.
Ski & Snowboard 450 acres of perfect snow covered terrain. Diamond Peak Resort sits against the magnificent 12,000 foot Mount Loafer. Few places in the world have the beauty and convenience of the Resort, which offers 42 runs of beginner to expert terrain spread over 450 acres. Experts enjoy the steep and the deep in wide-open bowls and narrow-gladed chutes, while all enjoy Diamond Peak's immaculately groomed slopes.