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TAMARACK TRAIL MAP & CONDITIONS

Trail Map

Groomed trails on the map are available to Nordic skiing every day from 8:30AM–5PM (conditions permitting) with a visible, valid Tamarack trail pass, available for purchase at the Ski Center. Ski trails are easily identifiable, as they are groomed and marked with signage. Ski trails consist of the entire groomed area with a set of ski tracks bordering the flat skating lane.

Cross Country Trail Map
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Public Access Corridor

This corridor offers access from the lower Lake Mary Road gate up to Horseshoe Lake. Hiking, skiing, snowshoeing, and leashed dogs (no longer than a 6-foot leash) are allowed. A Tamarack trail pass is required to ski on the flat skating lane and the groomed ski tracks within the corridor.

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Conditions & Trail Status

Trail & Snow Report Hotline: 760.934.2442 x7


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StatusNameDifficulty
Open
Cabins
Coldwater Loop
Eastside
Lake George Loop
Lake Mary Loop
Lake Mary Road
Nancy's Promenade
Short But Sweet
Sidewinder Lower
Sidewinder Middle
Twin Lakes Loop
Twin Lakes Road
Ueli's Allee
Waarlis Wrath
Closed
Bobby's Blast
Dome
Falls Tract
Horseshoe Lake
Horseshoe Woods
Lucky Strike
Mamie Cutoff
Mineshaft
Pine City
Sidewinder Upper
Vista
Voodoo
Watertank
Willows

Legend

Difficulty
GreenEasiest
BlueSlightly More Difficult
BlackDifficult
Status
Closed
Open

Tamarack Responsibility Code

Cross-country skiing is an action sport carrying significant risk of personal injury and/or fatality. Common sense and awareness can reduce your risks. For the safety of yourself and others, please observe these guidelines (this is a partial list):

  1. Ski under control to avoid hazards and other skiers.

  2. Yield to other skiers when entering a trail or starting downhill.

  3. Avoid stopping in the middle of hills and obstructing trails or intersections.

  4. Skiers coming downhill have the right-of-way. Pass oncoming skiers on the right side.

  5. Observe all posted signs and stay off closed trails and out of closed areas.

  6. Please don’t step in the track without skis on. Be sure to fill in sitzmarks.

  7. Be prepared. Carry a small pack for drinking water, extra food, clothing, a compass and map.

  8. Walking, snowshoeing, snowmobiles and dogs are not permitted on groomed ski trails.

  9. Snowshoers yield to skiers at trail intersections.

BE AWARE Grooming machines may be on trails at any time. Both natural and man-made obstacles or hazards may exist at any time. Lakes and streams are subject to unstable ice and snow. Ski patrol is not always available. Groomed ski trails can be affected by weather conditions and skier use. Some trails may not be open during or immediately following adverse weather. Trail passes are non-refundable, so be sure to check the weather and conditions before purchasing.

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