Rendezvous Ski Trails

West Yellowstone, Montana 59758

Rendezvous Ski Trails

Rendezvous Ski Trails Professional Review and Guide

"Since the establishment of the Rendezvous Ski Trails about 1980, the system has gradually gained a well-deserved national reputation for excellence in trail design, grooming, and ski testing. On some winter days, the trails can provide a feeling of solitude, while at other times special events draw hundred of skiers. The annual Fall Camp Thanksgiving weekend turns the Rendezvous Trails into the training site for the U.S. Nordic and Biathlon Ski Teams. While the fastest U.S. skiers skate and glide the forested trails, many other ski teams train alongside racers in red, white, and blue.

Spring’s Rendezvous Ski Race also draws hundreds of racers for the 50-kilometer and shorter-distance races. Springtime “crust cruising”—skiing on early-morning, hard-pack snow—is a locally favorite tour. Surface quality: Machine-groomed daily for classic and skate skiing."

Rendezvous Ski Trails Reviews

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1/28/2007
Visited in late January. These are the best groomed trails that I've encountered in the last few years x-country skiing various places primarily through Idaho. Trails are wide and the signage is excellent. A warming hut in the northern part of the trail system would be a fine addition. No signs of large wildlife the day I was out. Best to go into the park if you would like that as part of your ski touring experience.
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12/20/2006
GREAT TRAIL SYSTEM; MUST SKI. All trails nice and fast, great for recreation, or race training..
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Trail Information

West Yellowstone
Nearby City
Several options
Trail Type
Easy to Difficult
Skill Level
Day use
Duration
6,666 feet
Trailhead Elevation
6,850 feet
Top Elevation
Hebgen Lake Ranger District; Avalanche info (406)-646-7912
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Jul 2018