The North London Mill Site is an easy, 1.5-mile tour in along Mosquito Gulch. As you pass along the north-eastern side of majestic London Mountain, the view opens up to a spectacular alpine basin.

The terrain offers something for everyone, from steep, 2,000' decents from the surrounding peaks, to tree-skiing, lower-angle meadow skipping, and gentle touring. The huts can serve as a base to explore some big-mountain terrain, including neighboring 14ers; more gentle terrain immediately surrounding the North London Mill site is appropriate for any skill level.

Bluebird Day, March 2019

We are partnering Colorado Adventure Guides, based in Breckenridge, to provide equipment and guiding to backcountry skiers who want to ‘earn their turns,’ ascending and descending using human-power. We aim to become a center for training and guidance in snow safety and avalanche awareness. 

Fritz Sperry, February 2017 Snowpack Analysis
Author Fritz Sperry on London Mountain in late March 2017

Working with community partners, we will offer programs studying natural systems, backcountry wilderness survival and preservation, and snow-sports skills. 

Mosquito Pass currently operates under a temporary Outfitter and Guides permit from the United States Forest Service, Pike National Forest.