Latigo Ranch Nordic Center
Take I-70 west 60 miles to Exit 205 at Silverthorne. Turn right on Highway 9 and continue north for 27 miles to Kremmling.
At Kremmling go west (left) on U.S. 40 for 6 miles to Highway 134.
Turn left toward Toponas. Go 4 miles on Highway 134 to County Road 19, and turn right.
Follow the signs for 7 miles to Latigo Nordic Ranch. Travel time from the edge of Denver to Latigo is about 2 hours.
From Steamboat Springs:
Take US 40 east toward Kremmling up over Rabbit Ears Pass.
6 miles before Kremmling, approximately 45 miles from Steamboat, turn right on Highway 134 toward Toponas.
Go 4 miles on Highway 134 to County Road 19, and turn right.
Follow the signs for 7 miles to Latigo Nordic Ranch. Travel time from Steamboat Springs to Latigo is approximately 1¼ hours.
Note: It takes about 20 minutes to drive from US 40 to Latigo. Give us a call from there for updated road information.
Latigo is scenic and secluded. Seven miles up Red Dirt Road brings you to our quiet setting amid the pine and aspen forests at 9000ft elevation. With spectacular vistas of the Indian Peaks to the east, Eagle's Nest to the south and Rabbit Ears to the north, Latigo Nordic Ranch has operated as a ski touring center for 25 wonderful winters. The trails wander through open meadows, aspen glades, and pine forests. There are some great downhill runs with lots of thrills for the adventurous, and gently rolling terrain for those who what to take it easy. As you ski our 65 Km system, you will enjoy a wide ranging and varied trail network groomed for traditional classic skiing as well as exhilarating skate skiing.
Meals are available by reservation. We have a full American plan (meals, lodging, and activities included) for those who are with us for several days. When you spend the night at Latigo, you will enjoy our well appointed contemporary log cabins, sumptuous meals, and skiing right from your cabin door.
Please call before coming to verify trail conditions (970-724-9008).
PO Box 237 Kremmling, Colorado 80459
Latest Trail Conditions
Steamboat Lake State Park Touring Center
Mon, 03/27/2017 - 9:43amkm Open:8% Open:80Weather:Warm!Trail Conditions:We have pulled all the trail marking signs and poles. Willow Creek has opened up and cut the trail system off. Skiing is still possible if you want to get the last ski in for the year, but we are no longer able to groom. Crust skiing in the morning is still pretty good until snow softens up in the afternoon. Please continue to keep dogs on leash and clean up after them. We have spring wildlife arriving in the Park.
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