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Cross-Country Skiing in Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains

The Black Mountain Nordic Club Inc. was formed as a 501(c)(4) in November 2001 to promote the sport of cross-country skiing while providing consistent trail grooming for the Sibley Lake and Cutler Hill ski trails, in conjunction with the U.S. Forest Service, and to provide activities for club members. Funding is obtained from membership dues, donations and grants.

The Sibley Lake (no dogs allowed) and Cutler Hill (dogs welcome) trails are located 26 miles (Sibley) and 24.7 miles (Cutler) west on US hwy 14 from exit 9 on Interstate 90, in the Big Horn Mountains west of Sheridan, Wyoming.

Trail Reports

Everybody’s Workin’ for the Weekend

January 11th, 2019|

Volunteer groomers dragged all trails at Cutler last night, and we dragged and set tracks at Sibley (all but Blue Creek Loop) this morning. We've had about 3 inches of fluffy new white stuff, so conditions are perfect and it should be a great weekend [...]

Bluebird Days

December 31st, 2018|

Happy New Year, Black Mountain Nordic Club members! We’ve got 6 inches of new snow on the mountain, and your volunteer groomers are heading up Tuesday morning to get things spruced up so you can enjoy a bluebird day of skiing at the Sibley and [...]

Grooming Forecast Dec 27

December 27th, 2018|

Your Black Mountain Nordic Club volunteer groomers will be out on the Cutler and Sibley trails Friday evening, grooming the 2-3 inches of new snow we received this week. Saturday will be overcast but temps should be perfect for skiing in the mid-20's. More snow [...]

Cutler Update Dec 22

December 22nd, 2018|

Christmas break is a great time to ski and snowshoe with the family! Cutler is groomed and ready to go, but not much new snow means hills can be a bit icy, so take care in those areas. Skiing may be a bit fast. Remember [...]

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