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

Mid-Season Conditions? We’ve Got ‘Em!

December 6th, 2019|

It's a gorgeous weekend for cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, and fat biking! We have a solid 20-inch base, and overall conditions are more like late December or early January. TRAIL REPORT: Sibley Lake Nordic Trails - all trails were rolled and packed on Friday, and tracks [...]

Smoothing Out the Bumps

December 3rd, 2019|

Both Sibley and Cutler trails got a freshening up after the big storm and blow! Sibley Lake Nordic Trails: Groomed the campground and smoothed out the bumps on Prune Creek, Tie Hack and Dead Horse. Cutler Hill Nordic Trails: Groomers smoothed out the bumps on [...]

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