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.

Check/Ask before you go!
Town of Snowmass Village Parks, Recreation & Trails – Trail Conditions
Facebook – Roaring Fork Trail Conditions

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

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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Aspen Trail Finder
1 year ago

Trail conditions will be posted at the bottom of the specific trail pages in the comments. Please post conditions for users. Search for the trail you are interested in and check the comments at the bottom of the page before you go!

Aspen Trail Finder
Aspen Trail Finder
5 years ago

The Hanging Lake Trail is still icy in spots toward the top!

Joshua Griffin
Joshua Griffin
6 years ago

Last half mile of Avalanche Creek Trail is snow still. Drifts up to 5′ deep in places. Avalanche lake is 2/3 ice.

Kimberly Pedersen
Kimberly Pedersen
6 years ago
Reply to  Joshua Griffin

It’s been 2 weeks. You think it’s dry now?

Aspen Trail Finder
Aspen Trail Finder
6 years ago

It should be good now! Probably a little wet from some rain last night, but the trail is around 10,500 ft and snow’s currently much higher (11,500-11,700 ft). It shouldn’t be too crowded either. Let us know how it is if you go!

Aspen Trail Finder
Aspen Trail Finder
6 years ago

Rio Grande Trail, between Shady Lane and Cemetery Lane in Aspen, will be closed from May 23-26 and May 31-June 2 for repaving work. It will be open for Memorial Day weekend.

Andrew
Andrew
6 years ago

The Glenwood Canyon Bike Path is open all the way.

Aspen Trail Finder
Aspen Trail Finder
6 years ago

Crystal City Road (Road #314) to the Crystal Mill is 99% snow free. Enjoy it without the 4WD vehicles!

Joey Joe Joe
Joey Joe Joe
6 years ago

Scout Trail is good, Forest Hollow not so much.

Aspen Trail Finder
Aspen Trail Finder
6 years ago

Lorax Trail is dry all the way around.

Aspen Trail Finder
Aspen Trail Finder
6 years ago

The Scout Trail is dry for riding

Fred
Fred
6 years ago

Anyone know if Ruedi is still frozen?

Aspen Trail Finder (@aspentrailfindr)
Reply to  Fred

Still totally frozen up at Ruedi Reservoir.

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