Open at 9am with 27 km open for classic, 20km groomed for skate and classic skiing. 31km open for snowshoeing. The snow is groomed to a nice loose granular with a layer of new snow on top.
We are supposed to get 2-3" of new snow today before it changes over to rain in the afternoon. The best skiing will be this morning before things get really warm and soft later today. Malcolm groomed all the trails yesterday and some of the inner trails last night. He's left them today so the new snow that is falling will stick and sit on top leaving a nice powder layer. With the new snow and the warm temperatures, you will want to bring your maxiglide or F4 glide wax today.
Night skiing: We are still planning on holding a night ski tonight IF the weather cooperates. Please check our facebook page or here around 3pm when we will confirm. If it's a go, we will open at 5 for night skiing. For more information, click here.
Open at 9am with 27 km open for classic, 20km groomed for skate and classic skiing. The rest of the trails are is but ungroomed with up to 2" of soft powder on top of the groomed snow. 31km open for snowshoeing and fat biking. The snow is groomed to a nice loose granular.
Malcolm had groomed all the inner trails and is now out on the Beaver Pond trails. He'll be grooming out to Odin's Ring today. The skiing is nice, with great glide!
Night Skiing: The plan is to turn on the lights tomorrow night from 5-8pm. The weather looks like it will be cooperating so it should be a good night. Please check here or on our facebook page just after 3pm to be sure. If the weather pattern holds we'll post a confirmation at that time. For more information please click here
Open at 9am with 27 km open for classic, 20km groomed for skate and classic skiing. The rest of the trails are is but ungroomed with up to 2" of soft powder on top of the groomed snow. 31km are open for snowshoeing and fat bikes.
Malcolm will be out grooming again this morning while the temperatures are cool. Today he will be focusing on the Beaver Pond side of the system. The snow in the morning will be a little fast but as temperatures warm up it will soften significantly.
Bring your maxi-glide or F4 with you just in case it gets a little sticky. We're working with the Umbrella Theory; if you carry it, you probably won't need it, leave it home and it will get wet.
Open at 9am with 27 km open for classic, 15km groomed for skate and classic skiing; the rest is open but ungroomed with 4" of powder on top of the groomed snow. 31km open for snowshoeing.
Malcolm is out grooming this morning, but if it gets too sticky he will stop. The snow is very nice but it's going to be a warm day so it will get sticky in some places. If you don't have F4 or Maxiglide for your skis, this is the time to get some. We have a good supply of F4 in the shop. We can sell you some, or you can buy a single application for your skis if you don't want to buy a whole container, but it is something every skier should have in their pocket. At some point you are going to want some of your own.
It is going to be a beautiful warm day. Don't over dress, and be prepared to peel off a layer. Maybe gring a picnic, maybe a thermos of tea, find a picnic table and have a lovely picnic lunch. It's just that kind of day.
Open at 9am with 27km open for classic, 15km groomed for skate skiing, 31km open for snowshoeing. We're skiing on lovely packed powder. The picture tells the story.
Another 6' of fluffy snow fell yesterday. Malcolm is out grooming this morning. He'll be concentrating on the inner trails, Pine's to Boyton Run and if it isn't too sticky he will head out across the Riverside Farm trails. The skiing is very nice! It is supposed to warm up a lot today. If you have no-wax skis bring your F4 or Maxiglide. It will help if things get a little sticky. Don't have any? No problem - we've got you covered. We have plenty in the ski shop.
Click on the widget below to be taken to the detailed trail report on Trail Hub