Maps & Trail Conditions

Loppet Mountain Bike Trails

Cross Country Skiing & Skijoring

Ski Passes are required on all of these trails.

Fluoro Policy

All fluorinated ski wax substances are banned from Theodore Wirth Park, Columbia Golf Course, Hiawatha Regional Park, and the Chain of Lakes Regional Park – along with at all Loppet Foundation events.

We believe that banning fluorocarbons will have a positive effect on skiers’ health, the environment, and the sport as a whole. Fluorinated waxes and the necessary equipment to use them are expensive and difficult for the average skier to use, contributing to a barrier to entry to the racing side of the sport, which is something the Loppet Foundation strives to minimize.

We reserve the right to test skis for fluorinated products. Noncompliance may result in losing racing and/or park privileges.  Thank you for doing your part to make our ski community and trails more eco-friendly and inclusive. 

Fat-tire Biking

Theodore Wirth Regional Park has many single track trails throughout. Some of the trails are maintained by MORC and trail conditions can be found on their User Forum. The Area 36, 45 North, and Conundrum trails are maintained by The Loppet Foundation and trail conditions are listed below. Please respect the trails and use when appropriate!

Fat tire bikes are allowed on the snowmaking/lighted loop ONLY on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays from 6pm – 9pm. An All-Access Ski Trail Pass is required to access the trails. Tires must be wider than 3.7″ and tire pressure must be less than 10psi – no exceptions. Standard mountain bikes are NOT ALLOWED. For more information and rules, visit our fat-tire biking webpage.

Mountain Biking, Hiking & Trail Runnnig

Our system consists of groomed ski trails including Theodore Wirth Regional Park Ski Trails, Hiawatha Regional Park Ski Trails, the Chain of Lakes Regional Park Ski Trails, and Columbia Golf Course Ski Trails.

A portion of the Theodore Wirth Park Ski Trails are groomed with manufactured snow and are lighted from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m.

Trail Camera at The Trailhead

Getting outside is a super important piece of keeping your mind and body healthy during this COVID-19 pandemic. When using the park trails, it is more important than ever to place your and others’ safety as your top priority. Refer to this CDC video for appropriate social distancing guidelines. If you are a competitive person or trying to achieve your PR, please use the trails at off peak times such as early in the morning or other less busy times. “Threading the needle” between other trail users has never been cool and is even less cool now! Respect all and don’t forget that social distancing rules apply to trail users too!

Check out these other resources regarding proper social distancing etiquette on trails: