Located at the Top of Lift 10, the Top-A-ten Snowshoe and Nordic Area offers 10 kilometers of groomed, rolling trails that lead nordic skiers and snowshoers through high alpine forests and magical open meadows. The serene trails offer breathtaking views of Prospect Bowl, Palmyra Peak and the surrounding San Juan Mountains. Advanced skiers and snowshoers can continue outside the boundary of the ski area to Alta Lakes on National Forest trails. Two warming yurts, a picnic deck and restrooms are open to the public daily.
To access the Top-A-Ten Nordic Trails guests can purchase a single-use lift ticket for $25 which includes one lift ride up and down via Lift 10. Tickets can be purchased from the Mountain Village Ticket Office or Big Billies Ticket Office, or follow the uphill guidelines set forth in TSG's Uphill Policy. Call the Telluride Adventure Center, (970) 728-7433, for more information.
For daily grooming status, find Boomerang Loop, Magic Meadows Loop and Lynx Loop under the "Sunshine Express" section of Snow Report's Trails & Grooming tab. Trails marked with a "G" were groomed within the past 24 hours.
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Mountain Village grooms approximately eight miles of winter trails to create a quality surface for as many users as possible. The winter trails accommodate skiers, hikers, snowshoers and bikers as well as dogs who are accompanied by a responsible dog owner. Foot and bike traffic please stay to the sides of the trails, off the classic grooves.
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Telluride and the San Juan Mountains provide the perfect venue for a variety of nordic skiing options. In addition to the lift-served TopAten nordic trails, Telluride Town Park, the Telluride Golf Course, local favorite Trout Lake and the newly acquired Valley Floor offer several kilometers of groomed trail for both skate and classic skiing.
For more information please contact the Telluride Nordic Association at (970) 728-1144 or go to www.TellurideTrails.org.