ABOUT US

GMNC is a member-supported, nonprofit organization of people who love to participate in Nordic sports on the Grand Mesa in Western Colorado. We are dedicated to promoting fun, safe, diversified skiing experiences for skiers of all ages, abilities, and interests.

May Snow Continues on Grand Mesa

Regular grooming has ended for the 2014/2015 season but this doesn’t mean you can’t get up and enjoy skiing or snowshoeing! Post conditions and picture here as you get out for Spring snow adventures on the Grand Mesa. read more

Hut Crew Volunteers Needed Saturday, June 27th!

GMNC Hut Crew volunteers have taken down the skins, removed everything from inside the Hut, and this past week, pulled down the frame and put into storage. The last push for “Hut takedown” will be dismantling the platform and transporting it to Mesa Lakes... read more

Capital Equipment Reserve Fund Progress

  • $29,055 as of March 4th, 2015  12.6%
  • Our Goal of $230k by January 1, 2018 100%

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Science Enrichment Programs on the Grand Mesa

This video captures sixth grade students engaged in winter ecology activities on the Grand Mesa National Forest. Students are learning to cross-country ski while learning about snow science, snow water content, winter and avalanche safety, and animal winter survival adaptations.

Live cam stream from PowderHorn.com. Image refreshes upon page load.

We’d love to hear from you about the ski and trail conditions on the Grand Mesa. How was the snow? What are the grooming conditions like? Are there tree limbs on the trails? Have a photo to share?

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May 25th Ski Report

From Lew Kirkegaard: In case you were wondering if winter is over, it’s not. At the beginning of April the snow measuring site by Skyway read less than 3 feet. It now reads 4. It was a failed attempt to crust ski as my poles didn’t reach crust for about 2...

County Line – May 25, 2015

From Art Trevena: About 10 inches of dense, new snow at County Line this morning, Memorial Day, May 25, 2015. The 44 inch total snow depth reported this a.m. from the Skyway Snow Gauge is likely accurate, based on depths of “tree holes” at County Line. It...

facebook_circle_color-512-e1415212118510Need a Ride? Lost an item on the Mesa? Have some skis for sale?

Check out the GMNC Carpool Board. Fill out our Lost & Found or For Sale or Trade forms, and your items will be posted to the site on the Lost & Found Page and the Sell or Trade Page. You can also post these items to our Facebook page!