Mount Itasca
Trail length: 10 km
Trail Map: Mount Itasca
Trail Map: Mount Itasca biathlon
Dogs are not allowed on winter trails
Snowshoes are not allowed
Heated chalet
Restroom available. Heated bathroom with 2 menís and 2 women's stalls. Hand sanitizer provided. Always open.
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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Thursday April 28, 2022
Skied last night after refreeze. Some rime on top of a bullet proof base made for fun conditions on the hilly biathlon course. Ribbon skied the upper grant-in-aid trails late afternoon in warm temps today. It was fun too, but they are probably toast for the season now. Hoping the morning pre-thaw conditions will yield at least one May ski on the biathlon course.
(Jeff Pesta)
Saturday April 16, 2022
A portion of the trails was Pistenbully groomed last evening, so I got out there and skied this morning. We barely missed the heavy wet snow that fell this week farther up the Iron Range, but we still had a couple inches of light, powdery snow the past couple days. That created enough of a layer above the old, icy crust that it actually was a decent ski!
(Bob Conzemius)
Saturday April 16, 2022
Several skate skiers out today. Thin snow over firm base. Icy in some spots, excellent in others. Only a couple sketchy spots in groomed area. Biathlon side was just groomed last night. Grant-in-aid side not groomed.
(Philip Imholte)

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