Alder Pond
Trail length: 10 km
Trail Map: Alder Pond
Trail Map: Alder Pond
Dogs allowed on winter trails
Snowshoes are not allowed
Restroom available. There is a pit latrine that is never locked.
Link to this trail on SkinnySki.
Level: Beginner
Grooming style: Classic
Directions: E. Hwy 169 across Prairie River, 2 miles E on Co. 21, 1 mile south on E. Rangeline Rd, 1 mile to trailhead parking.

Trail Reports

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Monday March 14, 2022
The Alder Pond trail group had good ski-formed tracks with just a few places that were ice glazed, I guess depending on how much sun the trail segment had gotten. Trail debris was not very troublesome, and there were maybe three spots where a rock protruded. The South trail loop had light snow cover over the groomed tracks.
(Brad Bensen)
Saturday February 26, 2022
This was freshly groomed and I found seven piles of dog feces right in the middle of the trail, two directly in the ski tracks. Dogs have also tore up the trail in some spots going right through the ski tracks. I ran into two different people that both had dogs not on a leash.
(David Dobbs)
Friday February 25, 2022
Trail had been recently groomed, and the tracks had firmed up nicely. Excellent conditions. Skied 2/3 of the Alder Pond trails as well as, what is called South Trail on the map, which is a delightful little loop through small hills and hollows with good views through the young poplar trees..
(Brad Bensen)

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