MINERAL BELT NEWS
2020 LEADVILLE LOPPET
Mark your calendars!
We hope you can join us for the 17th Annual Leadville Loppet fundraiser for our beloved Mineral Belt Trail! Registration is open now!
Featuring a race distance for the whole family with a 44K, 22K, 10K, 5K, and even a 1K option.
Thank you to our sponsors, volunteers, support crews, and all the racers that contribute to the Leadville Loppet every year. We can't do it without you!
2019 Results are available here:
We are looking forward to experiencing a great winter up here in the Lake County and have lots of snow to share with you on the trails.
Please visit our friends at the Leadville Nordic website for the most up-to-date grooming updates. Thank you Leadville Nordic!
One of Colorado's highest and most spectacular paved pathways
Welcome to The Mineral Belt Trail in Lake County and Leadville,Colorado!
Dedicated on July 29, 2000, this trail loops the city of Leadville, traveling through aspen groves, conifer forests, wildflower meadows, and open vista sage parks. The Mineral Belt Trail is a 11.6 mile all-season non-motorized ADA accessible route with numerous trailheads and access points. Approximately six miles of this trail meanders through the historic Leadville Mining District. It offers unsurpassed views of the Sawatch and Mosquito ranges.
Leave Your Mark on the Mineral Belt Trail!
Consider buying a custom plaque to be affixed to one of our shelters. You can create a lasting tribute by purchasing a special plaque bearing your message for all users of the Mineral Belt Trail to see. Honor family or cherished friends, remember a loved 4-legged companion, recognize your business or favorite organization.
Messages will be etched into weather hardy aluminum and the and order turn around is approximately 4 weeks.
Small plaques are $100 and large plaques $200.
Thank you for supporting the Mineral Belt Trail, a community resource for all!
“One of the coolest trails I have ever been on.
By ebduda in June, 2015
All the history of the mining belt region of is right there. The path is very smooth asphalt and in very good condition. The views on this trail are simply awesome as you have views the the two largest peaks in Colorado. We have a second home at Copper Mountain Ski resort and this trail is a must do for me and my family every year.”