Skiing & Snowboarding in Erie


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  • Grand Lake Nordic Center
    As the sun starts to melt last night's snowfall, cross-country skis gently glide over the freshly groomed trails of Grand Lake Nordic Center. The peaks of Rocky Mountain National Park and Arapahoe National Forest rise in the distance, with shifting views and perspectives as guests make their way through different trails. Newcomers can take a lesson in cross country skiing or snowshoeing while more advanced outdoorsmen tackle the snow enclaves of Randall's Romp or Spirits Haunt. The nearby lodge offers steaming bowls of soup, while children can take a tumble down the tubing hill or play rock-paper-scissors with a Yeti.
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    1415 County Rd. 48
    Grand Lake, CO US
  • Apex Ex
    The mountain-savvy staff at Apex Ex equip people of all skill levels with the knowledge, gear, and plans necessary to explore the wilderness all year round. Seasoned guides and instructors, many of whom are trained by organizations such as the National Outdoor Leadership School and the American Mountain Guides Association, lead classes that teach students important lessons ranging from backcountry snow basics to avalanche rescue. In summer months, the experts lead guided climbing and backpacking trips and teach riders to careen down rocky paths of every sort during mountain-biking lessons.
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    1 Chautauqua Park
    Boulder, CO US
  • Solvista Basin
    Atop Granby Ranch's airy heights, the cycle jockeys of SolVista Basin spread a fan of lofty bike trails for all skill levels. Gear up and bomb down six beginner and intermediate trails or try to land extreme aerials on two pro-level double-black-diamonds. Stop by a complimentary mountain-biking clinic (Saturdays at 10:30 a.m.) to brush up on the basics of cornering, climbing, jumping, steep-terrain riding, and Sasquatch racing. Whether gliding carefree down the easy slopes of Nature's Way, or watching significant others brave the Cougar from the Base Camp Lodge caf?, wheelie cragsmen will remember this thrilling experience for years to come.
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    1000 Village Road
    Granby, CO US
  • Shredder Ski & Sport Gym
    It's an old maxim that the best way to become a good skier or snowboarder is to start early in life, and go often. Shredder Ski & Snowboard Gym takes it one step further: practice even when there isn't snow on the ground. The gym's ski instructors invite youngsters to strap on their ski or snowboard boots and plow down the carpeted indoor slope, available even when the resorts are closed or snowy roofs are still littered with Christmas decorations. As kids learn fundamentals and conquer the oft-frustrating early learning curve, the budding denizens of the black diamond build healthy traits such as endurance, balance, and strength. Kids up to 12 years old participate in a variety of programs from private lessons to summer camps, while parents can join in the action at Yeti School, structured for kids age 10 months to 3 years.
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    5541 Central Ave.
    Boulder, CO US
  • Colorado Cross Country Ski Association
    The Colorado Cross Country Ski Association represents a network of avid cross country skiers, 9 Nordic resorts, and three guest ranches scattered throughout the state. The nonprofit's reach covers 541 kilometers of groomed cross country skiing trails, including those for skate skiing, classic skiing, and extended snowshoeing. With a number of initiatives in store for the season?including lessons, races, and fun social events?the association promotes the sport to its ever-growing fan base throughout nearly six months of favorable ski conditions. Members also participate in events such as the Town Race Series, held periodically at the Vail Nordic Center, as well as trips to the serene and secluded Latigo Ranch, tucked away amid the pine and aspen forests 9,000 feet above sea level.
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    1101 County Road 53
    Granby, CO US
  • Fraser Tubing Hill
    Colorado Adventure Park proudly proclaims itself to be one of Grand County's largest tubing hills, and is fully equipped with a snow making system for optimal snow conditions all year long. Every winter, this snowy dreamland offers kids of all ages an adrenaline-pumping adventure in the form of tubing, double-tubing, and renting Snow Scoots??pintsized snowmobiles designed for kids as young as six. Though Colorado Adventure Park is currently open only during the winter, the owners are making plans for summer activities as well.
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    455 County Road 72
    Fraser, CO US

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