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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Friday January 27, 2023
Groomed and set tracks on all upper and lower trails. Temp is a balmy zero.
(Catherine McLynn)
Friday January 20, 2023
JNQ races take place this weekend. Freestyle (skate) race is Saturday, so most trails except the lower Grant-In-Aid trails were groomed for skating (not tracked). Sunday is the classic race, so tracks will be everywhere. Races are morning into early afternoon, and when races are going on, all affected trails will be closed to non-racers. Otherwise, come out and ski! The trails will be impeccably groomed!
(Bob Conzemius)
Wednesday January 18, 2023
Grooming last night made for perfect skating this morning on Main Street, Bittersweet, Black Widow and Exit Ramp Grant In Aid Trails.
Everything else groomed except Otter Slide and Backtrack and a few cut across shortcuts. Track set throughout.
(Catherine McLynn)

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