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Just because we don't have much snow in 2021 doesn't mean there isn't any danger. Check out the Crested Butte Avalanche Center web site before you go
If you're riding the area be careful out there.
Groom, groom, grooming...
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Our multi-use trails start at Ohio Creek Pass parking area and extend to Lost Lake on Kebler Pass and into the Irwin Lake area. Future plans include areas around Lost Canyon, as well as Taylor Park and Taylor Pass.
We also partner with local groups, for ex. Share the Slate and Fat Bike Worlds.
Looking to connect with our members?
The quickest way to connect is to join the conversation on our Facebook Page.
Want to support local grooming, trail maintenance and advocacy? The best way is to donate or become a member today.
Your funds go directly to supporting access and trail education. Becoming a member helps us show strength in numbers when we go to the table on trail users behalf.
Join us today by becoming a member.
Colorado Snowmobiling Association is comprised of 36 clubs,
27 of which groom their portion of nearly 3000 miles of trail systems in Colorado.
A founding member of COHVCO, CSA coordinates with stakeholders and land managers on the behalf of snowmobilers across the state of Colorado.
Learn more about CSA HERE.
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A HUGE thanks to our Sponsors.
Helping us keep trails groomed, access open and are always there with gear, for repair, a place to stay, and so much more.
Crested Butte Ace Hardware
And, Thank You to Darren Bishop,