Colorado Snowmobile Trails
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The Trail Report posted here is for general information only and does not necessarily reflect the Trail Status at the time of your ride or the actual local trail conditions you may encounter. The information is gathered from club volunteers and is valid only at the time of their observation. Their observations may not meet your expectations and the conditions may vary from the time of posting. Conditions may vary with temperature, snow quality, type of terrain and usage. Please exercise caution at all times and be prepared for the unexpected. Remember that the trail is providing an off road experience that has inherent risks which demands constant rider preparedness, vigilance, caution, unimpaired reaction and smart choice.
Partially Open - see notes
Go South on 285 out of Poncha Springs approximately 5 miles up Poncha Pass. Turn south on County Road 200 approximately 2 miles and park at Shirley Site Trail Head -- plenty of room for parking trailers. Restrooms available at trail head.
Open for Novice to Extreme riders. 30 Miles of wide groomed trails. 36 Miles of narrow groomed trails. Plenty of powder bowls and open parks for novice and extreme riders to enjoy. Tree trails available. Cabin available for public use first come first served - have lunch, warm up, even stay overnight. Fireplace available but no electricity or running water. Restroom facilities within 200 yards of cabin -- please bring wood to restock for the next group if at all possible!
Averaging over 350" of snow each year at the cabin this is a great place to meet friends and enjoy the best that the Salida area has to offer.
Partially Groomed - see notes
1.00 inches in the past 48 hours
12/8/2023 2:51 PM
The first grooming of the year has occured. stay on main road as the snow is not deep enough to get off and play yet.Remember the wood cutting project and alot of down tember when off the trail and the top of marshall pass.
North Fork - Salida Area
Parking is at Shavano camp ground at the end of pavement on County Road 220. To get to 220 head West out of Salida on HWY 50 approximately 12 miles then Right on 220. There is plenty of room for trailer parking.
This trail system is best for riders with at least some experience and experts will find plenty of fun too! This area has 7 miles of groomed trails leading to extreme steep hills and lots of powder. Once you get off the trails you can go to the Continental Divide and tons of scenery.
0.00 inches in the past 48 hours
12/8/2023 2:54 PM
no report as the snow is not down low enough to get on it to go play.