Winter Trails

Winter Trails OverviewWinter is truly NordicTownUSA come winter. Boasting great terrain, great snow for Nordic, and sunny skies, the area offers over 200km of groomed Nordic Trails every year. The BCRD manages and grooms over 160 km of this terrain including over 50km of trails around Galena Lodge in the heart of the Sawtooth National Recreation Area. Come enjoy a snowshoe on the many trails or visit the area for one of the premier events every year like the Boulder Mountain Tour, the culminating event of the annual Sun Valley Nordic festival.trails_summeroverview

North Valley Trails The North Valley Trails cover almost 115k of terrain north of Ketchum and Sun Valley. The main systems include the Lake Creek trails, Billy’s Bridge, North Fork Loop, the Harriman Trail, Prairie Creek Loop, and the Galena Lodge Trails. The North Valley Trails are mostly located in the beautiful Sawtooth National Recreation Area. Don’t miss a stop at Galena Lodge to taste the amazing cuisine and good service from Don Shepler and Erin Zell who manage the lodge or take that first lesson. Over Galena pass, one can find the Alturas and Park Creek trails. Alturas Lake is supported by BCRD and offered by Sawtooth Ski Club. Park Creek is supported by Sawtooth Ski Club and the City of Stanley, Idaho. More info on the 40k of Sun Valley Nordic Trails HERE.
MAPS: (Click on pictures below to download pdf of maps.)

All Trails Overview NordicTownUSA – Over 200k of Nordic and snowshoe fun!
Galena Winter Trails Over 50k of Nordic and snowshoe terrain @ Galena Lodge!
The Harriman Trail Explore all 32k of this tour of the Boulder Mountains!
Prairie Creek & Billy’s Bridge Wilderness cross country at its finest!
North Fork A 4k loop close to town @ SNRA headquarters!
Lake Creek Where the SVSEF trains-try this tough terrain!
Alturas Lake Over the pass and by the lake!
Park Creek Scenic skiing close to Stanley!

Croy Creek Nordic More Information Pending. The Wood River Trail This winter trail during winter is groomed for Nordic skiing and is free and open to the public and visitors. Enjoy a ski or walk up and down the Wood River Valley on this historic route through our community. This path is non motorized only in both seasons.

Wood River Trail Groomed from Bellevue to Ketchum all winter!