Mount Itasca
Trail length: 10 km
Link to this trail on SkinnySki.
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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Monday April 16, 2018
The 5K loop was groomed this morning. There were a couple areas uncovered before this morning's 4-5", but otherwise, conditions are great!
(Bob Conzemius)
Saturday April 7, 2018
Most trails have been groomed since a dusting earlier in the week. The biathlon lower Loop is icy where the fresh groomed powder was blown away. In the woods and on the groomed grant in aid trails, the Skiing is perfect. There are very few areas where one side of the trail is retreating. The Grant in Aid trails that weren't groomed were also very good skiing with a firm base and maybe an inch of powder. The track on the grant in aid is a week old or so, but looked very solid and was used by several other parties today. With the weather forecast lows well below freezing for the near future, Mt. Itasca could be skiable until late April, as the man made loop is very thick and untouched.
(Alex Kelling)
Friday April 6, 2018
Two inches of fresh snow and 20 degree temps all day made for perfect skate or classic in the tracks, set last week. The Alpine hills look inviting, but there is a chance of break through since they have not been groomed since March 11. The biathlon and GIA trails up on top are plenty fun!
(Catherine McLynn)