Get it while it’s groomed!

Friday. February 21

An absolutely gorgeous day on the West Elk trails! About 1 to 2 inches of fresh snow accumulated on the trails this week. Temps were in the mid-30s with plenty of sunshine and blue skies.

Todd Kupka groomed today. The trails are in primo condition. Thanks Todd!

More snow expected on Sunday so head on up and get it while it’s groomed.

Trail Conditions

  • Hwy 819
    Groomed
  • Kay’s Loop
    Groomed
  • Zeus’s Cutoff
    Groomed
  • East Cutoff
    Groomed
  • Eric’s Loop
    Groomed
  • James’s Loop
    Tracked powder

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Skis or snowshoes only!
Sleds ok under control

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

February 14, 2020

The 4 to 6 inches of new snow that fell earlier in the week has packed down nicely so Todd Kupka was able to pack and groom trails today. Temps were in the low 30s, sunny and windy in the meadows.

Tod Tibbetts tracked Eric’s Loop. There is a firm base with 6 to 8 inches of powder on top. They decided to hold off on packing and grooming. Trail conditions are perfect for skiers who like to play in the powder, plus those hills are so much easier — and FUN!!

Enjoy!

Trail Conditions

  • Hwy 819
    Groomed
  • Kay’s Loop
    Groomed
  • Zeus’s Cutoff
    Groomed
  • East Cutoff
    Groomed
  • Eric’s Loop
    Tracked powder
  • James’s Loop
    Tracked powder

Print West Elk trail map

Remember!
Skis or snowshoes only!
Sleds ok under control

West Elk Trails Etiquette & Rules

Eric’s Loop

James’s Loop on FR 820

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Show your love for the West Elk trails

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$40/Individual
$75/Family (couples)

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Thank you!

Show your love for the West Elk trails!

Here is our grooming team

Todd Kupka

Tod Tibbetts

These guys move a lot of snow every week to make these beautiful groomed trails for us.

A message from our groomers:

West Elk Trails Inc is a 501(c)(3) non-profit. Our grooming program costs about $550 per week from December through March. 60% of our funding comes from government grants, including Garfield County & local municipalities. Those funds are predicated on matching user financial support. We rely heavily — 40% of our budget — on user donations to sustain our grooming program year after year

We love what they do.

They love what they do.

Because we all love the West Elk trails!

This Valentine’s Day our groomers will be working on the trails.

Show your love for our groomers

and the West Elk trails!

Donate today with PayPal

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$75/Family (couples)

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Thank you!

And this is why they do it!

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