We are offering FREE kids lessons on specifc Fridays during the 2015 season. Hour-long lessons are open to kids ages 3 to 8. Visit the Lessons page for more details . . .
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SKI AND SNOWSHOE TRAILS WITH SPECTACULAR VIEWS OF THE ROCKY MOUNTAINS!
Enjoy the scenic views of Rocky Mountain National Park and the Arapaho National Forest at the Grand Lake Nordic Center. We offer the beginner to advanced skier a variety of terrain on 35 km of classic and skate skiing trails.
The terrain and trails are also excellent for snowshoeing, and we have a dedicated dog loop and kid's tubing hill! The GLMRD Nordic Center is a full-service, outdoor winter destination featuring our ski and snowshoe rentals, lessons, a retail shop, and a winter soup kitchen at the Lodge. Don't Forget: FREE Kids Program ~ Grand County Kids Ski Free on Fridays (excluding Holidays)!
BEGINNER TO ADVANCED TERRAIN
FREE TUBING & SLEDDING HILL
- 35 km Groomed Trails for Classic & Skate Skiing
- Ski & Snowshoe Rentals • Lessons • Retail Shop
- Snowshoe Trails
- Kids’ Tubing Hill
- Dog-Friendly Ski & Snowshoe Loop
- Ski our Scenic River Trail!
- Retail Shop
- Plus Visiting Moose!
A winter day outdoors is not complete without a bit of tubing or sledding! At the Grand Lake Nordic Center we have a FREE tubing hill available for guests – whether you are out to ski or snowshoe also or not!
We provide ten tubes to be shared, or you are welcome to bring your own tubes or sleds (as long as the sled does not have a sharp metal edge). We do not have a tow rope available, but do maintain a packed trail to the top of the hill. It is fun for kids and adults of all ages! Donations for the use of the hill are appreciated.
NORDIC CENTER IN THE NEWS
The Grand Lake Nordic Center was featured as a "hidden gem" in the November 2010 issue of Cross Country Skier Magazine. Visit the magazine website at: www.crosscountryskier.com or read the full article in the November, 2010 issue on page 72.