The Mountain Towns 2030 Climate Solutions Summit is the annual gathering of key stakeholders from our mountain and outdoor communities: local government elected officials, staff and sustainability teams, ski resorts, business, and nonprofit leaders, all committed to achieving zero-carbon emissions in their communities.
Taking place at The Hythe Vail, the Summit will bring our communities together in a truly collaborative environment, to ensure that every community can deploy the most challenging climate solutions, quicker and accelerate a collective movement to zero carbon emissions.
The unique format of the Summit features inspirational keynotes and conversations with some of our nation’s foremost climate, business and community leaders, and over 25 hands-on workshops addressing the emissions-reducing solutions that will help us meet our ambitious climate goals. Every attendee will leave the Summit with a network of colleagues, and the tools to accelerate climate action planning in their communities.
We hope you can join us.
2023 Registrants To-Date:
106West Logistics• 2100 Consulting Public Benefit Corp• Adam Palmer Sustainability Fund• AECOM• Alterra Mountain Company• Arapahoe Basin Ski Area• Aspen Skiing Company• Beaver Creek Resort Company• Beaver Run Resort• Big Sky SNO• Blaine County• Boreal Mountain Resort• Boyne Resorts• Breckenridge Grand Vacations• Brundage Mountain Resort• Canopy Climate• Center of New Energy Economy at CSU• Chaffee County• Christensen Global• Circular Colorado• Citizens’ Climate Lobby• City of Arvada• City of Aspen• City of Durango• City of Glenwood Springs• City of Golden• City of Grand Junction• City of Lafayette• City of Laramie• City of Louisville• City of McCall• City of Missoula• City of Moab• City of Ouray• City of Salida• City of Steamboat Springs• City of Thornton• City of Whitefish• CivicSpark• CivicWell• Climate Action Collaborative• Climate Mayors• Climate Town• Colorado Association of Ski Towns• Colorado Clean Energy Fund• Colorado Energy Office• Colorado Resiliency Office• Colorado State University• Colorado Tourism Office• Community Office for Resource Efficiency• Composed Creative• Conservation Colorado• Copper Mountain• Coyotes Revenge Ranch• Deer Valley Resort• Eagle County• Eagle County Government• Eagle River Water & Sanitation District• East West Hospitality• East West Partners• EcoAction Partners• Eldora Mountain Resort• Elected Leaders Collective• Empire Electric Association• Energy Smart Colorado• Friends of the Lower Blue River• Galehead Development LLC• Gravity Haus• Green Latinos• Gunnison County• Gunnison Valley Regional Housing Authority• High Country Conservation Center• Holy Cross Energy• ICLEI Local Governments for Sustainability USA• International Business Circle• Jackson Hole Climate Action Collective• Jefferson County• Colorado• Jefferson County• Colorado• Keep Tahoe Blue• Killington• KPCW• League to• Save Lake Tahoe• Lotus Sustainability• McKinstry• Mead&Hunt• Michaels Energy• MIT• MKS Sustainability Consulting• Momentum• Mountain Pacific Opportunity Partners• Town of Park City• mountainFLOW• Mountainlands Community Housing Trust• Mt. Bachelor Ski Area• National Ski Areas Association• Northwest Colorado Council of Governments• NREL• Office of Congressman Joe Neguse• Office of U.S. Senator John Hickenlooper• Office of U.S. Senator Michael Bennet• OZ Architecture• Park City Community Foundation• Park City Municipal• Partners Environmental Consulting• Inc.•Patagonia• Inc.• PepsiCo• Phade Products• Pitkin County• Pivot Energy• Powder Magazine• Powder Watts• POWDR• Project Winterland• Protect Our Winters• Proud Source Water• Recycle Colorado• Recycle Utah• Routt County• S&C Electric Company• San Miguel County• San Miguel Power Association• Siewierski Inc/InnerSol• Sikhara Marketing• Ski Area Management Magazine• Ski Utah• Snowbird• State of CO• Steamboat Ski & Resort Corporation• Summit County CO• Sun Valley Company• Sustainable Grand• Systemic Impact Strategies• Taos Ski Valley• Inc.• Telluride Foundation• Teton County• Teton Village Association• The New Power Fund• The Weitz Company• Town of Avon• Town of Basalt• Town of Breckenridge• Town of Brighton Council• Town of Crested Butte• Town of Dillon• Town of Eagle• Town of Estes Park• Town of Fraser• Town of Frisco•Town of Granby• Town of Jackson• Town of Minturn• Town of Mountain Village• Town of Ridgway• Town of Silverthorne• Town of Snowmass Village• Town of Superior• Town of Telluride• Town of Truckee• Town of Vail• Town of Winter Park• Town of Yamanouchi• Japan• U.S. Environmental Protection Agency• University of Colorado Boulder• USFS – Payette National Forest• Utah State University• Vail Health• Vail Resorts• Vail Valley• Mountain Trails Alliance• VERT Sites• Walking Mountains Science Center• Washington State• WCU/CU• Western Colorado University• Western Resource Advocates• Western Urban Sustainability Advisors• Westin Riverfront Resort & Spa• Yampa Valley Sustainability Council• Yearout Energy• Yellowstone Club
The Hythe, Vail, Colorado
Wednesday, October 18 – Thursday, October 19, 2023
The program will begin in the morning on Wednesday 10/18 and will commence in the evening Thursday 10/19 with a special event. Tuesday arrival and Friday departure is recommended.
Conference sessions will be held at The Hythe.
Registration details are accessible via the button below. Cost is $400 per person.
Conference sessions and sleeping accommodations will be at The Hythe Vail in the heart of Lionshead. Sessions will begin Wednesday morning, we recommend that you book a room starting Tuesday evening and departing Friday.
All attendees are encouraged to stay on site at The Hythe for the best lodging rate and convenience to the conference sessions. Special lodging rates have been reserved for our attendees. Don’t wait, space is limited!
Book with this link for special MT2030 Summit rates for The Hythe. Rates start at $189 per night for this beautiful property. Please note that after October 2, 2023 this rate will go up and rooms will only be space available – book early!
If you are interested in extending your stay this rate will be available through the weekend. In the booking link you will also find instructions for tax-exempt organizations.
Join us for the 2023 MT2030 Climate Summit closing reception, a very special evening keynoted by Washington Governor Jay Inslee and Patagonia President, Jenna Johnson.
Lunches, breaks, and evening receptions will give you the opportunity to network with colleagues, create connections and build lasting relationships. Certified carbon-neutral beer provided by New Belgium Brewing.
The 2023 Summit will feature workshops each day led by colleagues, giving you the relevant tools to tackle some of your toughest and and most impactful climate challenges back home.
Rollie Williams, the host and creator of Climate Town will be the Summit host again this year to show us all that talking about climate doesn’t need to be complicated and boring.
We’re grateful to our corporate partners for their support. To learn more about sponsorship opportunities, please download the ’23 Partnership Package here.