Conditions and grooming (February 16, 2017)

Grooming of trails will begin this AM. This will be a slow process due to many bent over trees. The plan is to get the training loop(Ricker's Field Loop and Perkin's Ridge Trail) opened up first but this will depend on temperature and snow conditions. We should be able to get everything opened up tomorrow for a great weekend of skiing.


Conditions and grooming (February 15, 2017)

Trails are in fantastic condition.  Everything is packed out and rolled.  No set track but skiing should be fun as new snow starts to fall.  Nothing like skiing when it is snowing.   Hopefully we will be able to set track tomorrow.


Conditions and grooming (February 14, 2017)

All trails are packed and rolled waiting for skiers and the next storm.  No track set due to more snow forecasted.  Trails are soft and flat and great for making your own track.   Get out there and enjoy the trails.


Conditions and grooming (part 2) (February 12, 2017)

The trails are all freshly tracked in duplicate and triplicate, with impeccable snow that will feel silky whether you sport fish scales or any color kick wax you fancy.  It's a classic day of epic proportions.


The big snow doesn't come for a few hours.  The major meteorological event is the tsunami of Bill Koch kids that descend at 2pm for their weekly skiing frenzy, so if you don't mind, please park across the street to minimize toddler street crossings.


Hope to see you out there.


It may take us a bit to dig out from the upcoming storm, so please be patient with our tireless grooming crew.  


Winter is here.  Game on.


Conditions and grooming (February 12, 2017)

Tracks will be set at 9:00 AM this morning if you want to get a quick ski in before the storm.  Trails are in absolute beautiful conditions.



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