Saturday, December 15, front and back nine groomed for skate and classic
Get out and enjoy the fresh groomed track at Dos Rios tomorrow. Groomed Wednesday evening, Dec 12th
Monday, Dec 10 evening – Western’s Practice Field was groomed for Skate and Classic.
Monday, December 10 evening Western’s Practice Field has enough snow for a fine Classic track and skate. Enjoy!
Jorgensen Park groomed for skate – Thursday, December 6, 2018
Hartman Rocks – Kill hill and along Main Street (thin skate track, watch for rocks) – Friday, December 7, 2018
Dos Rios – Reset Front and Back Nine – Friday evening, December 7, 2018
Dos Rios Front and Back Nine groomed for Skate and Classic. (see photos)
Hartman Rocks Base Area and Main Street groomed to Josie’s for Skate. (Early season conditions exist and the McCabe’s gate is not closed, so please be aware that you might encounter vehicular traffic)
Enjoy the roll of Dos Rios. Freshly groomed Thursday eve. Think snow!
Happy early snow! Snow in November 2018 is getting us all excited and ready for an amazing ski season. Grooming has started at Western Practice Field and Dos Rios front nine. Once we get through the current snow flow (Thursday – Saturday) we hope to have enough snow to get those Track Pans on snow and cut a nice classic track. For now Glory skiing on Western Practice Field for skate.
The Bureau of Land Management honored the Gunnison Nordic Club on February 8 with the 2017 Volunteer of the Year Award at the Blackstock Government Center. The award recognizes individual volunteers or volunteer organizations for their contributions toward public land management in Colorado throughout the year.
“The premiere cross country skiing trails in the area are in large part due to the Gunnison Nordic Club’s willingness to volunteer their time and energy”, said Gunnison Field Manager Elijah Waters. “They are fantastic neighbors and their work is vital in how we manage winter recreation opportunities for the public.”
Gunnison Nordic Club volunteers groom cross country ski trails throughout the Gunnison area, including BLM’s popular Hartman Rocks trail system. Their work provides an economic benefit to Gunnison through destination tourism. Over the past 14 years, the club has volunteer 22,400 service hours, totaling approximately $515,200 in volunteer time. Board member Mark Fonken “None of this would be possible without the generous support of the Gunnison County Metropolitan Recreation District, City of Gunnison, our members and business sponsors.”
The Club maintains 45 kilometers of groomed nordic trail in the Gunnison area most winters.
View the grooming reports here.