Grooming Update: 12/26/17

Status: Closed We received 4-5" of snow early Monday morning on our trails. Groomers were able to roll in the fresh snow, but there are still A LOT of early-season hazards out there. Ideally, we'll need several more storms, bringing similar snow totals, before we can open. For the most part, the 10-day forecast looks warm and dry, but we'll keep our fingers crossed for more. If you do choose to ski, please be careful! The rolled base is super thin and there are many rocks, branches, and ruts hiding beneath. Stay tuned here for updates!

Grooming Report: 12/25/17

It's our first grooming report of the season! And wow, what an interesting month of weather it has been. Christmas morning has brought our first round of snow at Spring Gulch and we couldn't be more excited! Unfortunately, after such a dry start to the winter, we'll need a few more storms to get our nordic trails fully up and running. This storm should allow groomers to get the sleds out and pack down a very thin base layer, which we'll be doing Tuesday morning. We will update again tomorrow to let you know the exact status of the trails and give you a better idea when we'll be able to officially open. (We know how anxious everyone is to get out there!) Meanwhile, enjoy your holidays with fr


*NO dogs, motorized equipment, snow 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.

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