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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.

Walden


Open
#1 Gould - Calamity Pass
This is the main trail on the South side of Hwy 14 and is at the Gould Trail head (approx 1 mi South of Hwy 14, just inside the National Forest boundary). This trail leads to other trails including, Ilinois Pass, Jack Creek, Silver Creek, and the Tower Loop. It is a beginner to intermediate trail. Beware of moose!
Groomed
1/18/2022
6.00 inches in the past 48 hours
24.00 inches
1/19/2022 8:37 AM
Trail Report
Trail 1 has been groomed in segments over 5 different days since December 30 between storms in order to get the entire length broken out from the base of Illinois Pass to Bull Mountain.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#2 Custer Draw - Bockman
This trail begins on trail #1 North of Hwy 14 and is easily accessed by the State Parks snowmobile parking trail head located inside the State Forest near the shop area off of County Road 41 (at the KOA). This trail leads to the North Canadian trail and intersects the South Canadian, Ruby Jewell, and Bull Mountain trails and ends into the Silver Creek trail making a big loop. This trail is beginner to intermediate with play areas for advanced riders off of the trail. Beware of moose!
Partially Groomed - see notes
1/18/2022
6.00 inches in the past 48 hours
24.00 inches
1/19/2022 8:38 AM
Trail Report
We groomed from Trail 8, Bull Mountain to County Ruby Jewell. The snow is getting really good but is deep, heavy and dangerous. Be safe!
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#3 Jack Creek
This trail begins off of #1 Calamity Pass trail in historic Teller City. It ends in Jack Park, which contains some advanced off trail hill climbing. The groomed trail can become blown in, which creates some pretty serious side hilling and is recommended for intermediat to advanced riders.
not groomed
3/30/2021
12.00 inches in the past 48 hours
36.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:27 PM
Trail Report
We are getting hit with storms again this week. Snow is excellent if you can get there with road closures.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#4 Tower Loop
The Tower Loop trail begins and ends on the #1 Gould trail South of Hwy 14 and the Gould trailhead on National Forest. The trail has some spectacular views with a few off trail ungroomed parks to play in. The #5 Owl Mountain trail intersects the trail at the West end of the loop. This trail is suitable for beginner to intermediate riders. Beware of moose!
Partially Groomed - see notes
1/13/2022
12.00 inches in the past 48 hours
30.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:30 PM
Trail Report
We groomed the North half of the Tower Loop to Trail 5. Huge amounts of snow! We had to break a trail up hill and groom coming out.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#5 Owl Mountain
This trail begins on the #1 Gould trail near Hwy 14 at Gould and creates a loop back into the #4 Tower Loop trail. This trail also intersects the trail that leads to Walden. It is for beginner to intermediate riders and crosses private land in places, so please follow signs and be respectful of private property.
not groomed
3/8/2019
12.00 inches in the past 48 hours
24.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:32 PM
Trail Report
We are getting hit with storms again this week. Snow is excellent if you can get there with road closures.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#6 Silver Creek - American Lakes
This trail begins on the #1 Gould trail South of Hwy 14 and the Gould trailhead on the National Forest. It endsat American Lakes, which is near Rocky Mountain National Park (where no snowmobiling is allowed). The trail is for beginner to intermediate riders, however it access some advanced boondocking and hill climbing. The avalanche danger is typically high at American Lakes, so use caution and think before you climb the hills. Beware of moose!
not groomed
4/16/2021
12.00 inches in the past 48 hours
36.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:32 PM
Trail Report
We are getting hit with storms again this week. Snow is excellent if you can get there with road closures.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#7 North Canadian
This trail begins on the #2 Custer Draw trail and contunues North to the end of County Road 41 and intersects the trail to Kelly Lake (ungroomed). Eventually this trail will lead to Wyoming near the Wycolo trail system. The groomed trail is suitable for beginner to intermediate riders, however the Kelly Lake trail is for advanced riders.
not groomed
2/24/2021
8.00 inches in the past 48 hours
30.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:33 PM
Trail Report
We are getting hit with storms again this week. Snow is excellent if you can get there with road closures.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#8 Bull Mountain
This is short trail that connects the #1 Gould Trail at the North end to the #2 Custer Draw - Bockman Trail. The #9 South Canadian Trail intersects the trail. This trail is for beginner to intermediate riders. Beware of moose!
Groomed
1/18/2022
6.00 inches in the past 48 hours
30.00 inches
1/19/2022 8:40 AM
Trail Report
The snow is excellent but deep and dangerous. Be careful in all areas.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
#9 South Canadian & #10 Ruby Jewel
The #9 South Canadian begins on the #8 Bull Mountain Trail and ends at the #2 Custer Draw - Bockman Trail. The #10 Ruby Jewel Trail intersects the South Canadian and also ties into the #2 Custer Draw - Bockman Trail. These trails are for beginner to intermediate riders. Beware of moose!
not groomed
3/24/2021
8.00 inches in the past 48 hours
30.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:34 PM
Trail Report
We are getting hit with storms again this week. Snow is excellent if you can get there with road closures.
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Open
Illinois Pass
This trail begins on the #1 Calamity Pass Trail and continues over Illinois Pass (10,000 ft) to the Stillwater Pass road to the Grand Lake trail system. This trail can be challenging and is recommended for intermediate to advanced riders.
Groomed
1/15/2022
6.00 inches in the past 48 hours
36.00 inches
1/17/2022 10:01 AM
Trail Report
The snow is deep and dangerous! Very heavy snow with high wind loading and overhangs. Stay safe!
Other Information
Avalanche danger is extremely high this year. With the new and heavy snow, and wind loading over a sugar base makes conditions extremely dangerous! We have already had a fatality on Diamond Peak with a skier on Christmas Eve. Be careful of any slope and safety is the #1 priority!

Closed
Walden Trail
This trail begins on the #5 Owl Mountain Trail and ends in Walden (approx 18 miles through public and private land). It encounters some great panoramic views follows along Hwy 14 for the last 8 miles into Walden.
Not groomed, no snow
2/1/2020
4.00 inches in the past 48 hours
10.00 inches
1/13/2022 6:36 PM
Trail Report
Snow has started but we need 18" to groom. Stay tuned. Normally we start grooming the end of December.

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