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Lake Catamount Touring Center

Low: 45
High: 78
Mostly clear, with a low around 45. South southeast wind around 5 mph.

Mostly Clear
Recommended Swix Wax:
Show Extended Forecast
Low: 45
High: 85
Sunny, with a high near 78. Southeast wind around 5 mph becoming west in the afternoon.

Wednesday Night
Low: 48
High: 83
Mostly clear, with a low around 45. West northwest wind 5 to 10 mph becoming east southeast in the evening.

Mostly Clear
Low: 48
High: 79
Sunny, with a high near 85. Southeast wind 5 to 10 mph becoming west in the afternoon.

Thursday Night
Low: 47
High: 70
Mostly clear, with a low around 48. West northwest wind around 5 mph becoming calm.

Mostly Clear
Low: 42
High: 62
Sunny, with a high near 83.

Friday Night
Low: 40
High: 62
Partly cloudy, with a low around 48.

Partly Cloudy
Dave McAtee - Trails designed and laid out by Kevin Kopischke
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Season Start: 
Saturday, December 13, 2014
Season End: 
Sunday, March 29, 2015
Serving lunch wed-sun 11am-3:00pm
Sports Shop: 
Small retail shop with some beverages and a limited supply of cross country ski clothing and accessories. Hours of operation are 9AM-4PM 7 days a week.
Skate and classic skis (limited supply) $20/day.
Private and semi-private lessons by appointment only (871-6667)
Other Amenities: 
Warming room with fire place
Season Pass: 
Day Pass: 
Town Challenge: 

1. The junction of Pine Grove Rd and US 40 is at the second traffic light signal you encounter as you come into Steamboat Springs from the direction of Denver going west on US 40. Ski Haus is on the south-east corner of the intersection.

2. Travel east on HWY 40 2.7 miles to the turn off for HWY 131

3. Turn right off of HWY 40 on to HWY 131 and go south 4.5 miles to the turn off for Lake Catamount (RCR 18).

4. Turn left off of HWY 131 onto RCR 18

5. Travel about 1.2 miles until you see the second sign for Waters Edge Trail on your left. Pull in, and with parking on your left you walk down to the Nordic Center on the Edge of the lake.


The Catamount Nordic Center is part of a private development. The Nordic Center is different than any of the other areas in the valley in that it has an abundance of flat to easy rolling terrain and continual wide open views which include Lake Catamount, Mt. Baldy and Pleasant Valley. The owners of the Lake Catamount Development have extended a welcome to the community so please respect private property and the privilege to use this area.

The nordic trails are open daily. Fat Bikes are allowed, trail pass and trail etiquette required. Trail use requires either a Steamboat Nordic Valley Pass ($500), a Steamboat Nordic Valley GOLD pass($595), a Catamount Pass ($225) or purchase of a day pass for $20.

The restaurant at the Club House will be open for meals Wednesday through Sunday. Hours are from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM.
Progressive clinics taught by Emily Lovett and Katie Lindquist. The clinics include 1 1/2 hours of Nordic instruction and a free trail pass.(call for specific dates and times) The cost for the sereis is TBA. 1/2 price rentals will be available for clinic participants.

For more information on Catamount group outings or to sign up for any of our clinics or lessons please call 871-6667.


Catamount Lake and Ranch
PO Box 774707
Steamboat Springs, Colorado 80477

Snow Shoe: 
10km of public snowshoeing at the Lake Catamount Touring Center.
10km of dog friendly trails, $2 per dog (max 2 dogs/person). NO DOGS ALLOWED FRI, SAT, SUN. All dogs must be leashed. Valley Pass holders must purchase a dog pass to ski with dogs at Catamount
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