Trail Conditions

trail conditions

The Roaring Fork Valley is a large area with varying elevations, numerous seasons, and weather can change quickly in the mountains. Check trail conditions and know before you go. Better informed trail users, means better prepared people, and better protected trails that aren’t in hiking, running, or riding shape. Be awesome, share info, and help protect these trails by letting others know what it’s like out there.

Grand Avenue Bridge Closure
Garfield County Emergency Communications Authority has a live feed on Youtube for the public to check current traffic around the Grand Avenue Bridge. https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrrbbv3LTip0pLnlhnwZ-VA/live

Winter Info
Check in with a Nordic Center or call the Aspen/Snowmass Nordic Hotline for Info & Grooming Reports – (970) 429-2039.

Hourly Weather Forecasts and Air Quality: (Click to expand)
Seasonal Trail Closures: (Click to expand)

Aspen

Snowmass Village

Basalt

Carbondale

Glenwood Springs

New Castle

Seasonal Road Closures: (Click to expand)

Road opening and closing dates may vary based on weather. More information can be found at:
White River National Forest – Summer Motor Vehicle Use Maps
CDOT – CO Trip
CDOT – Independence Pass Travel Information

Aspen

Snowmass Village

Basalt

Carbondale

Glenwood Springs

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Joey Joe Joe

Colorow Trail in New Castle is dry and a great spring run/ride.

Aspen Trail Finder

Perham Creek Trail is dry for the first 1.5 miles.

Aspen Trail Finder

Red Hill is completely dry. ENJOY!

Aspen Trail Finder

Storm King Fourteen Memorial Trail is mostly dry, very minor mud sections.

Aspen Trail Finder

Lower section of Scout Trail is good, but muddy and snow in the meadow and beyond.

Aspen Trail Finder

Wulfsohn Mountain Park trails are in good shape with only minor mud

Aspen Trail Finder

Prince Creek is still muddy

Aspen Trail Finder

Arbaney Kittle is a muddy, icy, snowy mess to the Frying Pan Overlook.

Aspen Trail Finder

Red Hill Update – Faerie Trail and Skeeter’s Ridge Trail are muddy, still some snow out there.

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