NoCoTrailReportLarimer County Natural Resources, City of Fort Collins Parks, and City of Fort Collins Natural Areas have partnered on the new NoCoTrailReport site just in time for the muddy winter trails.  The site aims to give NoCo trail users a single location to look for trail updates, something that in the past was tedious to say the least.  Trails at Lory State Park are not currently included but may be added at a later date. Teddy Parker-Renga, of Larimer County Natural Resources had this to say,  “For now, the site will contain only trails for the City of Fort Collins and Larimer County, but we plan to reach out to Lory State Park and others that manage trails locally.”


Have you ever gone all the way to a trailhead to find it closed for mud or trail work? What a bummer! Have you ever had to check three or more websites for trail condition information? What a bummer!

The frustration of an unexpected or unknown trail closure can now be avoided by checking which covers trails managed by Larimer County Natural Resources, City of Fort Collins Parks, and City of Fort Collins Natural Areas. The interactive map at uses red, yellow and green color-coding to indicate closed, caution, and open trails across the county. Click on a section of trail to get details explaining the closures and cautions. Use for happy trails!

NoCo Trail Report is a collaboration between City of Fort Collins and Larimer County to provide comprehensive and official trail information for some of the most loved trails in the area.

The site can be “pinned to your home screen” on a phone or tablet to act like an app. For an iPhone, launch the Safari app, connect to, tap on the “Share” button, and tap on “Add to home screen.” For a phone using the Android operating system, create a bookmark to the URL by opening, tap the menu button and add the page to your bookmarks. Open your bookmarks list using the menu button and find the new bookmark you just added. Press down and hold on the bookmark until you see a menu then tap “add to home screen.”

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Contact Information

Zoe Shark, City of Fort Collins Natural Areas Community Relations Manager, 970-221-6311,
Teddy Parker-Renga, Larimer County Natural Resources, Community Relations Specialist, 970-619-4561,