About Us

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OUR MISSION

The Ophir Creek & Greenhorn Mountain Trail System

Get Involved

  

We work hard year round to keep your favorite riding areas open to motorized access, protecting your Right to Ride.  Also working as a liaison between the winter motorized community and our local Forest Service office to keep areas open and work on improved parking facilities and trails. 

Please join and support the Clubs where you ride.  Stay informed and help protect your favorite riding areas!! We are all in this TOGETHER!!   

Thanks for your support!! 

JOIN NOW! 

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Get Involved

The Ophir Creek & Greenhorn Mountain Trail System

Get Involved

 

Club meetings are the first Thursday of every month October-April at the 

Gold Dust Saloon Craft Beer and Grill 

217 S Union Ave, 

Pueblo, CO 81003 

6:00 P.M dinner, 7:00 P.M meeting.  

  

 The Sangre Snowrunners Snowmobile Club are the people who are responsible for keeping the trails groomed & cleared for ALL outdoor enthusiasts to enjoy year round!!



HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE

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The Ophir Creek & Greenhorn Mountain Trail System

The Ophir Creek & Greenhorn Mountain Trail System

The Ophir Creek & Greenhorn Mountain Trail System

  

The Ophir Creek & Greenhorn Mountain trail system

is located off of Highway 165, near mile

 marker 11 in the 

San Isabel National Forest.   The deep powder, well groomed trails & beautiful views of the 

Wet Mountains is a snowmobilers paradise! 


Club dues are spent solely to promote snowmobiling!! 

CLUB MEETING

DUE TO THE CORONAVIRUS (COVID -19)   THE APRIL 2, 2020 MEETING WILL BE RESCHEDULED AT A LATER DATE.

CANCELED

Club Meeting

TIME:

6:00 PM dinner 7:00 meeting

CANCELED

Club Meeting

Gold Dust Saloon Craft Beer and Grill 

217 S Union Ave, 

Pueblo, CO 81003 

 


HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!

TIME:

6:00 PM dinner 7:00 meeting

SPECIAL THANKS

Thanks to the

Thanks to the Colorado State Parks for the initial purchase of our  PistenBully Groomer in 2008 

and the repairs & maintenance in 2017.

Club money was used, but the major contribution was a grant through the Colorado State Parks & Wildlife.

https://cpw.state.co.us/


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Thanks to the Pikes Peak High Riders Snowmobile Club for your help in clearing trails with the Sangre Snowrunners & your continued support & friendship.  http://www.pikespeakhighriders.com/

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Operating under permit from 

The U.S. Forest Service/San Carlos Ranger District

 Phone (719) 269-8500