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.
Located off of Highway 165 near mile marker 11. Watch for the Ophir Creek Campground sign and turn West about 2 miles to the Trailhead. You can use the upper area near the Gate to turn around and park below
The NO PARKING SIGNS!! PLEASE park diagonally so we can get as many vehicles parked as possible. You can also park on the edge of the road, down from the upper parking lot.
Deer Peak can be accessed by Trail C from the Trailhead or take Trail A from the Trailhead to the Gardner Jct. and turn right onto Trail C. Deer Peak offers some fantastic views of the Wet Mountain Valley from the towers area on Trail B.
Proceed East on Trail B from the top at the towers to the top of Chicken Hill and more vistas await you of the Eastern Plains.
Trail D is a short loop trail off of Trail C.
PLEASE WATCH FOR CROSS COUNTRY SKIERS ON TRAILS A & C!!!
Partially Groomed - see notes
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2/22/2024 6:13 PM
ELMER CANYON AND BURN LOOP GROOMED TODAY
CLUB MEETS AT THIS LOCATION: Check the web site at Sangre Snowrunners.com for the meeting location. OBJECTIVE: BUILDING LASTING FRIENDSHIPS AND WORKING TO KEEP OUR RIDING AREA OPEN FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS. PROMOTING SAFE, WELL MARKED AND GROOMED TRAILS. FOR MORE INFO PLEASE CALL 719-250-1389 AND LEAVE A TEXT AND I WILL GET BACK TO YOU IF YOU LEAVE ENOUGH INFO!!
Ophir Creek/Greenhorn Road
Greenhorn Road follows a 16 mile ridge line with a 2 to 5 mile width. TRAILS: F, G, I, J, K, L, M and N loop off the main Trail E. Trail E runs 16 miles from the Gardner Jct. to the south and ends at the Wilderness Area Boundary,PLEASE STAY OUT OF THIS AREA!!! The side loop trails are made up of old logging cuts and meadows. Many of these side trails have open areas for carving and playing. Viewing areas can be found on Trails G, J, and M and at trails end of E. Trail K is a short cut between trails A and E.
Have fun and keep the rubber side down!!!
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2/22/2024 6:17 PM
TRAILS GROOMED ON THE GREENHORN:F,G, E,I,J,K,A,AA LOTS OF SNOW AT THE LAKES. TRAILS ARE IN GREAT SHAPE!!
OUR MISSION: We work hard year round to keep your favorite riding area's open to motorized access, protecting your Right to Ride. And working as liaison between the winter motorized community and our local Forest Service office to keep areas open and work on improved parking facilities and trails.
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