Mount Itasca
Trail length: 10 km
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Level: Beginner/Expert
Grooming style: Skate and classic
Directions: E. Hwy 169 to Coleraine, west on Co. 61.
Description: Fee for Biathlon range, hilly course, snowmaking. Public trails west of chalet.

Trail Reports

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Friday March 12, 2021
Groomed for both skate and classic. The snow was firm and crusty this morning, so it was better for grooming than it was yesterday. Man-made snow loop was groomed with Pistenbully yesterday and then skied on. Skate tracks are deep in some places, but fresh grooming this morning on the natural snow areas should be better. Skipped Exit Ramp, East Horseshoe, and Swamp Loop. Otherwise, plenty of trails to ski.
(Bob Conzemius)
Sunday March 7, 2021
Conditions are great this morning! Get out and skate before the big melt. Trails are in better shape than I thought they'd be after last week. You can ski most of it on good skis, but do watch put for bare spots.
(Bob Conzemius)
Saturday March 6, 2021
Refreshed the skate lane over both Grant-in-Aid and biathlon trails. There is still a decent track in many places. Should be nice, fast skating on Sunday morning! Trails closed are Exit Ramp, the very borrom part of Main Street (on Grant-in-Aid, at the bottom of the tubing hill), and East Horseshoe (on biathlon side). Watch out going down the downhill right before the Wall. That part is south facing and has a bare patch that is easily avoided for now, but one or two days of melting could melt across the whole trail.
(Bob Conzemius)

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