Summit 50 Plus hosts different outdoor activities all year long, allowing members and guests to enjoy the great outdoors and meet new friends. Our groups can accommodate most skill-levels, from first-timers to fitness fanatics—however, all participants are responsible for their own safety, which includes knowing and respecting personal capabilities and limitations.
By attending, you assume responsibility for yourself and your guests, you agree to follow the instructions of the Trip Leader in order to minimize risk, and you understand the Trip Leader and/or any Summit 50 Plus staff are present to guide the group, but may not have any training in wilderness rescue, first aid, or emergency medicine.
If you need assistance in finding the right group for your skill level, contact us today.
Alpine EventsMonday, Feb. 13, 2023 from 9:30AM – 11:30AMKeystone Resort Come join us for a fun yet competitive GS race at Keystone! Bring a friend and compete with them. Medals will be awarded. Free Lunch for Participants & VolunteersTuesday, Feb.
Nordic EventsTuesday, Feb. 14, 2023 from 9:00AM – NoonFrisco Nordic Center Free Lunch for Participants & VolunteersTuesday, Feb. 14, 2023 at 1PMSummit Community Center There is no cost to participate in Summit 50 Plus Nordic Event, but you do
Wednesdays | May – October, meeting times vary by month Moderate Wednesday hikes at a leisurely pace, with furry friends welcome — Those unfortunate to not be owned by a dog are also welcome. The group’s meeting times and carpool
Wednesdays | December 13, 2023 – March 27, 2024 Cross country skiing with designated leader, info provided for trail difficulty, distance, and elevation gain. Easy-moderate & a couple of upper level backcountry trails on Wednesdays. The meeting time for carpooling
Fridays | Summer Easy Riders bike in & around Summit County in a leisurely fashion. All are welcome. We do not compete to see who has the best cardiovascular system or the strongest quadriceps, hamstrings or gluteal muscles. No judgment
Originally affiliated with the now defunct Over the Hill Gang International, the Loosey Goosey Group (LGG) has been loosely organizing the 50+ population committed to celebrating and sharing the joys of living and playing during the snow season in Summit County, Colorado, for 29 years.
The Monthly Trips group will meet once per year to create a schedule consisting of one trip per month. Depending on the number of committee members, each person will serve as lead for specific trips. The trips are usually for
Wednesdays | Mid May – September The Mountain Goats are Summit 50+’s most challenging hiking group. Our mid-season hikes are typically 8-12+ miles with 3000-4000+’ elevation gain. They usually contain a significant off-trail component with some Class 2+ scrambling, moving
May through September The Summit 50 Plus Golf Program is an excellent way to meet other Summit 50 Plus folks who have the same passion for the sport. The golf courses in the area are beautiful, challenging and provide opportunities
We are starting a new group – it’s a great time to meet some new people and learn more about archery! Are you interested in field archery, indoor tournament archery, archery hunting, 3-D archery and/or family archery (just like Good
Tuesdays, 8:30 AM | June – Mid October Summit Older Bushwhackers (SOBs) do intermediate backcountry trail hikes on Tuesdays, mostly in Summit County. These typically range from 4 – 7 miles and with 400 – 1500 ft of elevation gain.
Thursdays | July – September The Trekkers do strenuous hikes (slightly slower than the Mountain Goats), usually 8-10 miles with 1,500-2000+ elevation gain. They hike mostly (not always) on trails. Formerly known as the “Trail Goats”, the group originated to
Thursdays | Year Round The “Turtles” hike all year round on Thursday mornings. We switch to snowshoes and yaktrax in winter, rec paths during mud season and easy hikes all summer. Our hikes are usually 3 to 5 miles. Sometimes