Mineral Belt Trail

The MBT was groomed early Saturday morning 2/16/19.

It is race day on the Mineral Belt. If you are using the trail and are not in the race please pull over so racers can pass.

Whether you are a walker/snowshoer, biker or skier, please DONATE so grooming can continue on Monday and Friday nights weather permitting. Wednesday night grooming will occur on an as needed basis. Signs are up along the trail to let you know how you can donate or mail a check to Lake County Recreation, PO Box 862, Leadville CO 80461.

Please be responsible dog owners and clean up after your pet. Dogs must be on a leash.

So all users can enjoy the trail:

*walker/snowshoers and bikers stay to the far side opposite the classic tracks,

*Skate skiers stay in the middle lane and Classic skiers in the track

The Mineral Belt Trail is being groomed by an independent contractor, so please direct feedback and inquires to the Lake County Recreation Advisory Board (lakecountyrecreation@gmail.com). CMC will be focusing their educational grooming practices on only the campus trails this winter.

Wheeler's Single Track Trails

The single track trails were groomed by the Cloud City Wheeler’s on Friday 2/15/19. With all the new snow, the trails are fabulous.

For up-to-date grooming of the single track trails located behind Colorado Mountain College, go to: www.cloudcitywheelers.com.

Colorado Mountain College - Timberline Campus

The CMC trails will be groomed by students Monday, Wednesday and Friday’s between 8 and 11 am. These trails are groomed for educational purposes but can be enjoyed by the public.

The trails won’t be groomed during Spring break - March 11-15.

The college will be grooming the trails on their campus only this season. The Mineral Belt is being groomed by an independent contractor.

Mining District - East Side

The Mining District will be groomed on Monday and Friday mornings by the High Riders Snowmobile club.

If you would like to become a member of the High Riders Snowmobile Club go to their facebook page at www.facebook.com/HighRidersSnowmobileClub.

Turquoise Lake

The lake will be groomed on Monday and Friday mornings by the High Riders Snowmobile Club.

Two more campgrounds, Belle of Colorado and Printer Boy, are also being groomed this year at the lake.

If you would like to become a member of the High Riders Snowmobile Club go to their facebook page at www.facebook.com/HighRidersSnowmobileClub.

Mount Massive Golf Course

Go to Leadvillecrosscountryski.com for up-to-date grooming information.

The Mt. Elbert Grill, located in the club house, is open for breakfast and lunch Friday, Saturday and Sundays.

This year, the golf course will be groomed by volunteers from the newly formed Leadville Cross Country Ski Council. They plan on grooming 7 days a week if snow conditions warrant grooming. A donation of $7 per visit would be appreciated to help maintain the equipment and pay for fuel.

If you would like to become a member of the council or wish to receive more information, go to their website at: leadvillecrosscountryski.com.