Seven Utes Mountain Ski Resort

Gould, Colorado

Seven Utes Mountain Ski Resort

Seven Utes Mountain Ski Resort Professional Guide

Detailed Trail Description from our Guidebook

"You can ski right from the summit, most of the mountain is sheltered from the wind—so it holds great powder on a primarily north-facing aspect—and the angle of the runs is comfortable. Over the years, the Cameron Pass area has hosted a number of relatively small ski areas—rope tows and the like. The earliest documented lift-served skiing in the vicinity of Seven Utes dates to 1946, when the North Park Ski Hill operated on the north side of Highway 14 directly across from the old M-M Cabins and the trailhead for Seven Utes Mountain.

A 1947 issue of the Jackson County Star reported that on March 21, 1946, 75 skiers showed up for a Sunday of skiing. The rope tow, which was operated by the North Park Ski Club, was 1100 feet long and gained about 600 feet of vertical. A warming hut was in the making. For members of the club, a season pass cost $5 for children, $10 for adults, or $15 for a family pass. Nonmembers could pay $1 per day for a lift ticket."

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Best December to April
Colorado State Forest
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