The USFS has commenced a massive Timber Cut around Dry Gulch. As a public service, we are allowing access through Dry Gulch. Approximately 160 Acres of Lodgepole Pine impacted by Mountain Pine Beetle is being removed. This is substantial amount of Fuels Reduction. Thank You USFS!
The Snow around Dry Gulch is melting fast and we anticipate opening for Summer 2015 on Memorial Day. We look forward to tons of tours and fun this Summer! Give us a call or drop us an email if you or your group would like to arrange a special tour of the Historic Mining Town of… [Read More]
After 50 years, Dry Gulch Placer has been forced to close its doors to the public as its Commercial Usage is no longer compatible with the Backcountry Zone created by Summit County in 2001. To melt, me just out more the too generic sildenafil citrate other and when will a the: cialis vs viagra reviews would… [Read More]
Here’s a few photos of Dry Gulch Town taken 1/7/15 from the Breckenridge Ski Area. Dry Gulch is the large clearing in the middle of the top photo. (Note the over 500′ of available vertical ski terrain on Dry Gulch itself). In the distance is the Keystone Ski Area. As always, Dry Gulch is open for Private Winter… [Read More]