Due to concerns about the evolving coronavirus (COVID-19) public health threat, Crosscut Mountain Sports Center has decided to close Nordic Center operations as well as cancel all Ski Education and Biathlon programs effective 4pm March 15th, 2020.  

While the Nordic Center is closed, we will not be able to sell day passes, offer emergency services or amenities such as gear rentals.  Unused punch cards and day passes will be valid next season. Please contact us if you have questions.

We do, however, want to continue serving our community and provide a quality mountain recreation center, at a time when many of us need fresh air, exercise and time in nature more than ever. 

So as a service to our community during these unprecedented times we will provide our community with free access to the Crosscut trails.  Grooming will continue as long as conditions allow and our staffing permits.  You can continue to find grooming reports on our website.

With the closure of the Nordic Center, please understand that you are skiing at your own risk.  Please continue to obey all user rules by following the recommended use and travel directions of all signage.  Also, please respect all CDC guidelines of social distancing while using the trails.  Dogs will be allowed only after 3pm on Monday, Wednesday and Saturday.  Lighted night skiing for this season has concluded.   Snowshoes and fat bikes are limited to the narrow gauge trails only. 


All of Crosscut’s seasonal staff will be paid through the normal closing date of March 29th.  Season pass holders will not receive a refund, however are still welcome to use the trails along with the rest of our community.  


Up to date trail conditions at Crosscut

Find the map and plan your route or download to your smart phone here


Be well, 

The team at Crosscut


Additional Resources

Gallatin County Health Department

State Health Department