With over 230,000 acres of untouched powder to explore; you really can't go wrong by heading out to the Flat Tops. Located just north of Glenwood Springs Colorado, the Flat Tops are the second largest plateaued region in the state. The terrain is mostly high alpine tundra with a few sharp peaks scattered throughout. Due to its size and distance from the front range of Colorado, the region in general sees less traffic than that of Vail Pass or Piney Lakes. More often than not, we recommend that our snowmobile renters and timbersled renters check out the region for themselves just so they can experience a full day without dealing with the Vail Pass tour groups. From our shop in Eagle-Vail, it takes roughly an hour to find yourself at a trail head. With the area being as large as it is, we can't stress enough that one must be completely aware of his/her gas levels in relation to how far they have traveled from their trailers.
Flat Tops Central
Glenwood Springs Flat Tops
Over 230,000 Acres
Located in White River National Forest
Snowmobiling / Timbersleds
Snowshoeing / XC Skiing
Hiking / Backpacking
YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE
- Alway have Avalanche rescue gear and know how to use it.
- Uphill traffic and snowcats have the right of way.
- Ride single file. Pass on the left.
- Use designated pick-up/drop-off spots.
- Stay in control.
- Always ride the fall line.
- NEVER ride above groups.
These maps are for reference only. Always carry certified U.S. Forest Maps and GPS devices while in the back country. It is your responsibility to know the hazards involved in back country travel and to use proper safety gear and procedures to minimize risks and hazards.