Trails and Conditions Report

Snow Report Latest Update: 1/28/22
New Snow last 7 days  4″
New Snow last 24 hours 0″

Season Pass 21-22 Season Ski Days as of 1/28/22:  46

PLEASE NOTE that parking in our parking lot, and using the Lodge, restrooms, all portable toilets, and any other Nordic Village facilities are reserved for paying guests ONLY.

The Lodge is open only for purchases and restroom use, no guests are permitted to sit, wait, lounge, or linger inside. Thanks for your understanding – this is for your safety and that of our overnight guests and employees.

The Arizona Nordic Village will NOT be open for SNOW PLAY. Check back for more info.

Opening Report


Latest Update: 1/22/22

Ski Trails OPEN We are open and have rentals available! The fresh snow makes for great skiing today!
Multi-Use(Snowshoe) Trails OPEN  Traction devices like snowshoes are required. We are open for rentals!
Yurts and Cabins OPEN Open for Business!

WINTER HOURS: Open for skiing and snowshoeing (when snow conditions allow) 9 am to 4 pm Thursday through Monday. Closed Tuesdays & Wednesdays. Cabins & Yurts available 7 days a week!

SUMMER HOURS: Trails are open 24/7 and the Lodge is staffed at least 8 am to 2 pm every day.

Skate/Classic Ski Trails

Skate/Classic ski trails are groomed in the winter season to accommodate skate skiing and classic skiing. These ski trails are approximately 16-feet wide with classic track set when possible on one side and the remaining area groomed to a corduroy finish. We typically groom either the evening prior or in the morning, conditions and weather dependent. Dog Trail and some of the trails to the North are now Fatbike and Dog-friendly (see the chart below). Please note that dogs MUST BE ON LEAST AT ALL TIMES. Fatbikers should be conscious of their speed and ride respectfully and under control, and PLEASE do not ride in or across the classic track grooves.

Snowshoe/Multi-Use Trails

Multi-Use/Snowshoe Trails are open to all users. Multi-use trails may be packed by a snowmobile to accommodate snow biking and will not be groomed for classic or skate skiing. Dogs may use all snowshoe/multi-use trails as well. Fat Bike tires must be a minimum of 3.8″ in width.


Ski trails will be updated each open day as soon as our groomers are able to determine our conditions and relay that to the lodge staff.

We kindly ask that you help keep our limited staff free to help guests by using this page and online weather forecasts for updates about snowfall and ski conditions as opposed to calling the lodge.

Note: a few ski trails on the northern end of the trail system are now fatbike-friendly 🙂

UPDATED 1/28/22 at 10:09 am

Trail KM Activity Status
Babbitt Trail 5.8K Ski Groomed 1/28
Black Bear Trail 1.3K Ski

Groomed 1/28

Blizzard Trail   Ski, Fatbike Groomed 1/22
Coyote Trail 1.9K Ski Groomed 1/22
Deer Trail 1.9K Ski Groomed 1/28
Dog Trail  5.7K Ski, Fatbike, Snowshoe, Dog-Friendly Groomed Lower Dog 1/28
El Nino Trail Ski, Fatbike Fresh Snow
Fox Trail   Ski, Fatbike, Snowshoe Groomed 1/22
Golden Eagle Trail   Ski Groomed 1/22
Goshawk Trail 3.4K Ski Groomed 1/28
Lightning Trail 0.8K Ski, Fatbike Groomed 1/1
Porcupine Loop Trail 1.6K Ski Groomed 1/22
Prairie Dog Trail 1.9K Ski Groomed 1/22
Snowflake 0.9K Ski, Fatbike Groomed 1/28
Thunder Trail 1.3K Ski, Fatbike Groomed Lower Section 1/22
Tornado Trail 1.4K Ski, Fatbike Groomed 1/21
Squirrel Trail  0.2K Ski Groomed 1/2
Wapiti Trail 2K Ski Groomed 1/22
Wild Turkey Trail 2.1K Ski Groomed  1/28
Wind Trail  Ski Groomed 1/2

Multi-Use Trails: snowshoe/fatbike/ski & dog-friendly!

Aa Trail   Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN
Basalt Trail 1.6K Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN
Cinder  Trail 1.8K Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN
Dog Trail 5.7K Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN
Lava Trail 3.9K Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN
Magma Trail 1.7K Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN
Volcano Trail 2.1K Snowshoe, Fatbike, Ski OPEN