Become A Member

Spring Gulch is a crosscountry ski trail system that is operated by the Mount Sopris Nordic Council, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. While we do not charge daily trail fees, Spring Gulch still requires about $500 per day to operate! That means that your annual membership contributions are our most important source of funds, allowing us keep providing our community with consistent, quality, no-cost skiing. Whether you ski one or one hundred days a season, please consider supporting us, however you can. 


What does it mean to become a member? It means that you choose to support Spring Gulch with a financial contribution. We offer both personal and business level contributions ranging from $50/individual to $1000/champion. You are free to choose the membership level that best represents you and your family! Along with your membership, we will also keep you in the loop with emails regarding upcoming SG events, fundraisers, and more. Memberships are valid for one season, so we encourage you to renew your membership with Spring Gulch every year!


Please complete the online membership form to your right. Once you successfully submit (only click once!), you will be given the option to securely pay through PayPal. You do not need to have or sign up for a PayPal account to use this option to pay online.

*Please note: The name you list on your membership form is how you will be listed on Spring Gulch's website, kiosk lists, and Annual Report.

Skier Memberships:

Individuals- please give us one name only.

Family, Patron, and Pacesetters- you may list more than one name. (Please use the notes section on the form to provide the names as you would like them to be listed.)

No business names for Skier Memberships, please.

Business Memberships:

Please give us the name of your business and the first/last name of a contact person.


Instead of the online membership form, you may download and print our membership PDF form below. Complete the form and mail it to us, along with your tax-deductible contribution.

*NO dogs, motorized equipment, snow or fat bikes, snowmobiles, sledding, snowshoeing, snowboarding, tubing, hiking, etc. allowed.

Thank you for your cooperation and appreciation for the Mount Sopris Nordic Council's agreement with the property owners.