The trails are only open when the downhill ski area is open.
It is open to snowshoeing and cross country skiing.
Dogs are not allowed.
There are no parking fees.
The are 10 easy trails at about 2.5 miles.
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This small trail system is right next to the Snowy Range Ski Area and has about two miles of easy trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing.
All the trails loop around and come back to the trailhead so there are no long out and back treks. Only Park Loop has steep narrow sections making this a great place to learn how to cross country ski. It is also worth snowshoeing over to Hanging Lake for a peek.
The best place to park is in the Northeast corner of the overflow parking area as that is where you will find the trailhead. But some people like to park in the main parking area to be closer to the ski lodge.
If you are looking for a guide to take with you on the Snowy Range Trail System:
- You can view, download, and print a PDF version of our free trail guide.
- You can find these trails in our Snowy Range and Pole Mountain Trail Deck.
- You can put the trail map on your Android or iPhone using the PDF Maps app from Avenza.
- Snowy Range is in our Explore the Medicine Bow National Forest eBook.
- The Medicine Bow-Routt National Forest publishes the Medicine Bow National Forest Map – Waterproof.
- Also check out the Snowy Range Ski Area website for great downhill skiing deals and information.
The trails range in elevation between 9,000 and 9,200 feet.
The Snowy Range Trails can be reached by traveling west from Laramie along Highway 130 toward Centennial. Continue driving past Centennial for 5 miles into the Medicine Bow National Forest. Turn onto Snowy Range Road road headed toward the Snowy Range Ski Area. Park in the overflow parking area for closer access to the trailhead. These trails are only open in winter when the ski area is open.
Select the Google Map tab next to the Just Trails Map tab at the top of the page to see a directions map.
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