Best Cross-Country Skiing in Colorado

This list represents the most popular cross-country skiing in Colorado. Use this list to plan your next Colorado cross-country skiing trip. Select a state and/or activity below to find even more top trails.

The deservedly popular hike to Alberta Falls leads to one of the most frequently photographed ...
Everybody wants to do a “fourteener,” and this is one of the most accessible near the ...
This area is the home of the illustrious 10th Mountain Division Hut System. The area ...
This trail is truly an outstanding SUV adventure. It offers stunning scenery, rich mining ...
Clear Creek County is close to Metropolitan Denver and has several winter trails. One ...
Throughout the winter months, the snow is plentiful in this region and allows the outdoor ...
Here is a great tour with beautiful scenery, relatively low usage, lots of good downhill ...
Spanning the width of the Sarvis Creek Wilderness Area, the Sarvis Creek Trail offers ...
The trail begins at Lizard Head Pass and follows the old Denver & Rio Grande Railroad ...
This is a great hike down into the Wild Basin area of Rocky Mountain National Park and ...
The trail around Monarch Lake provides a good outing during the entire year. Hiking in ...
Sneffels Highline is a hiking, biking, and horse trail in San Miguel County, Colorado. ...
This tour to North Walton Peak is intermediate in difficulty and reaches a high point ...
The Commando Run from Vail Pass back to Vail Resort is regarded as one of the most challenging ...
On this tour you pass through the town of Saints John at 11, 000 feet. Few people live ...
The route to Rainbow Lake, outside of Frisco, is free of snowmobiles. It starts on the ...
The Twin Lakes area between Leadville and Buena Vista is very scenic. In addition to the ...
A new forest trail has been created for nordic skiers and snowshoers east of the Boreas ...
Numerous winter trails originate from the Brainard Lake Road. This one is often windblown ...
Janet’s Cabin is one of the area’s most popular huts, partly because its trailhead is ...
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