Grand County Trail Conditions

Trail Conditions

Trail Conditions


The Snow is Falling Again!

NEW: -Granby Trails has been groomed with tracks set. This system will likely be groomed twice a week based on current weather and snow conditions. -Snow Mtn Ranch: Shawn is back in the house! With his return, grooming quality is already on the uptick. He has begun track packing to get connected out to the Fraser to Granby Trail. -Granby Ranch: Grooming will happen at the golf course in the next day or two. Hopefully, the South valley area will be tackled next week. There has been a ton of drifting out in that area and they will need to free up one of the big cats to get that area packed out.

GROOMING: FRIDAY (1/14/2022): FV Ballfields, Tab Ridge (both with tracks set), Givelo, NW Passage, and Kopper's Park. WEDNESDAY (1/12/2022): Fraser to Granby Trail from the Ballfields to SMR, Fraser River Trail, Lunch Loop, Cozen's Ranch Ponds, and Fraser Lion's Ponds.

FATTIES: When riding groomed trails, please make sure that you are using very low tire pressure. If your tire is imprinting more than 1", please consider turning back.

SNOWMOBILES: Check out the Grand Lake Trailgroomers, Inc. at for their latest grooming report.

FIRE RECOVERY UPDATES: The East Troublesome and Williams Fork Fires have created unprecedented times in our county. Much of the Grand Lake area as well as US Hwy 125 is still in the post-fire recovery stage and we recommend doing a bit of research before recreating in these areas as there are still significant closures in place.


Check out Colorado Trail Explorer or COTREX, the mobile and desktop application for a statewide comprehensive and interactive trail map. 

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Please follow trail etiquette and follow use regulations on all trails!

· Ride on open trails only – respect trail closures including seasonal or short-term closures. Remember that the USFS and BLM are regulating bicycle usage to designated routes only. Please remember to stay on signed designated routes to avoid any tickets or monetary penalties. 

· Do not pass off the trail, yield to other users. 

· Never ride in designated Wilderness areas, which are closed to bikes and mechanized use.
· Don’t skid.
· Don’t ride muddy trails.
· Don’t ride around water on trails to protect vegetation
· Stay on existing trails.
· Don’t shortcut switchbacks.
·Please remember to always practice “Leave No Trace” ethics. (There is no such thing as trash fairies).