The Town of Dillon offers the majestic “Lake Loops”, a winter multi-use track located on the Dillon Reservoir for walking, cross country skiing, skate skiing, snowshoeing, or fat biking.
This awesome course has stunning views of Peak One and Buffalo Mountain and is groomed daily. The Town of Dillon takes weekly ice measurements and closes the track when it becomes unsafe for the groomer. The closing date is usually around the end of March.
Lake Loops Rules and Regulations
- You assume all risks of using the multi-use trail
- Adhere to Dillon Reservoir Recreation Area rules (found HERE )
- Do not enter multi-use trail if closed
- Dangerous conditions occur naturally
- Please keep dogs on leashes
- Pick-up and dispose of dog waste
- Children under 13 must be accompanied by an adult
- No motorized vehicles allowed
- No snowmobiles allowed
- Do not build ramps or obstruct the multi-use trail
- Helmets strongly recommended
- Use of multi-use trail is dangerous
- Use of the multi-use trail may lead to serious injury or death
- Be respectful of other reservoir users
- If there is an emergency dial 911
Map, Parking and Lake Loop Entry Points
Parking for the Lake Loops is located on Lodgepole Street, at the Dillon Marina and at the Eagle Statue on the top of Tenderfoot and Highway 6, which also serve as the main points of entry for the track.