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SNOW CONDITIONS

Last Updated : 11/24/14 • 8 PM

Still thin in places

Cloudy

WEATHER

Last Updated : 12/21/14 • 6 AM

Cloudy

28°F / -2°C

GROOMING NOTES

Last Updated : 12/19/14 • 9 AM
Grooming Note: 12/19/14 - It finally snowed! (We measured about 4" at the meadow and 8" up top.) We rolled out most of the trails yesterday, hoping to pack down a decent base. Many are still thin in areas, but there's plenty of good skiing to be had! If you're going up, we recommend keeping to the northern side...Bulldogger, Northstar, Ginny Lane, Finlandia, etc. We are still officially closed, but hoping to change that VERY soon! Groomers will be working all weekend, see you up there!

 

The Spring Gulch Trail System is

for Cross-Country Skiing Only:

NO DOGS

NO SNOWSHOES

NO HIKING

NO SLEDDING

NO SNOWBIKES

 

Please obey all speed limits 

on the road to Spring Gulch.

 

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Welcome to the Spring Gulch Cross Country Ski trails

 

Spring Gulch Trail System is operated by the Mount Sopris Nordic Council, a local non-profit organization, and represents a community effort in every sense of that phrase.

 

Access to these trails is made possible due to the generous permission of the North Thompson Cattlemen’s Association and the Crystal River Ranch for use of their land during the winter months.

 

Hundreds of hours of hard work by volunteers, professional grooming staff, and thousands of dollars worth of materials and specialized equipment are required to maintain these trails for your enjoyment.

 

No trail fee is charged at Spring Gulch thanks to the ongoing financial support provided by membership contributions, local government and foundation grants, business sponsorships, and fundraisers. You are encouraged to become a member of the Mt Sopris Nordic Council and help support this community achievement. If you enjoy skiing at Spring Gulch, you can make a contribution or pick up a membership form at the trail head, or follow the link on this website.