Winter Activity Maps

Want to know where to go and how to get there? You've come to the right place!


Winter Park Resort & Ski Granby Ranch

Want to see what makes Winter Park Resort More Than You Imagine? Seven territories gives you over 3,000 acres of terrain to play on. And with an average of over 29 feet of snowfall each season – how can you resist?

View Trail Maps of Winter Park 

Family-friendly Ski Granby Ranch is just 20 minutes down the road from downtown Winter Park. Diverse runs will challenge beginner, intermediate and advanced skiers and riders alike, while their terrain park is ideal for thrill seekers. Night skiing is offered on select weekends.

View a Trail Map of Ski Granby Ranch

Nordic Centers

Devil's Thumb, Snow Mountain Ranch, Granby Ranch, Grand Lake Nordic

Devil’s Thumb Ranch has a network of more than 100km of groomed trails, offering terrain for all levels of expertise.

View the Devils Thumb Ranch Trail Map

Grand Lake Nordic Center offers the beginner to advanced skier a variety of terrain on 35 km of classic and skate skiing trails. They even have a dedicated dog loop!

View the Grand Lake Nordic Center Trail Map

Snow Mountain Ranch/YMCA of the Rockies offers over 100 km of trails situated in the heart of the Colorado Rockies.
View the Snow Mountain Ranch Trail Map

Ski Granby Ranch has it all: downhill ski and ride terrain as well as miles of trails for cross-country skiers and snowshoers located on two nordic trail networks.
View the Granby Ranch Trail Map


For going vrooom

Stop by Winter Park Information Center in downtown Winter Park for a detailed motor vehicle use map that you can tuck in your jacket.

View the US Forest Service Moter Vehicle Use Map

Public Recreation Areas

For Adventure on Your Own

Grand Park, Located between the towns of Winter Park and Fraser, has an expansive scenic meadow ideal for those looking for a quick, accessible loop. There is no map needed to navigate this area; simply turn in the entrance to Grand Park (look for the Shell Gas Station directly off Highway 40), and park towards the back of the lot for easy access to the trail. 

Looking to explore on your own? There are plenty of trails available throughout the area that you can access on your own. Just remember these trails are multi-use.