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 cross country skiing experiences for skiers of all ages and abilities.

Grooming Report

8-10" of new snow from this last storm with about 1" during the day.  Groomed a few trails today - Sunset, Winslow, Lions and Vista loops at Skyway and Scales Lake, Tower, Overlook and Dog Loop at County Line. We will groom trails again tomorrow.

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Big Dog Snowshoe Loop is open!

Feeling adventurous? If so, check out the new Big Dog snowshoe loop at County Line. This is a new trail designed for snowshoers just groomed and opened on a trial basis for the 2017-18 season. It is 3.4 km in length (2.1 miles), and connects to Dog Loop at...

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Skuffle Race Results

Top 3 10K Males Mitch Hollman (1-center), Nate Maddox (2-left) and Andrew James (3-right) Top 3 10K Females Gwynn Barrows (1-right), Ella Dewolf (2-left) and Leann Bentley (3-center)    SKYWAY, JAN 28, 2018 The college gangs arrived for their annual gathering at...

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Overflight of County Line

Not groomed yet, cool to see groomer on the way. Conditions look great from the air. Thanks to Neal Schwieterman for the flight this morning. Have a great day on the Mesa! Thanks to groomers!!!

Ward Trail area, 15Feb2018

About 10 inches of new snow in the Lower Ward area by late afternoon today. All but the biggest boulders are now well covered. The hills were fun to ski today. Photo shows Joyce and Joey breaking track across the "boulder field" on the Ward Trail just east of Lower...