Updated Sunday night: We will be open tomorrow, Monday March 14th for as long as the snow lasts. The skiing today was wonderful. Monday will be typical spring snow, it's going to get warm. The best skiing will be in the morning.
15k open for skiing 20k open for snowshoeing
Rolled flat, no tracks set
Thin cover in places.
All trails on the left side of our map are open. Boynton Run and Beaver Pond trails are closed to skiing. Scroll down for a picture of that side of the trail map.
By the end of the storm, we picked up 4" of new snow. We didn't get a lot of snow, but we got just enough to ski today. Malcolm is out grooming, but he's not finding a lot of depth, so he'll only be rolling it. There are some tracks left, which have snow in them, but he will not be setting new tracks. He's hoping to groom out to Loki's. I'll update as soon as I hear back from him. It will depend on what he finds when he gets out to the fields whether he can continue all the way out the loops.
Come today, maybe tomorrow but that is about as long as this will last. Today is a perfect day for a trail side picnic.
All equipment (skis, boots, snowshoes, bindings, poles) Swix hats and gloves, Choucas hats, and the entire wax shelf are on sale. We're low on a lot of it, but we can probably get you set up still. If you are thinking you want new skis or snowshoes, now is the time to get some.
Scroll down to see all our trails. For individual trail information, click on the trail name. Click the X to go back to the list.