We received about 5-7 inches of dense snow during the day. The groomers and plow truck were busy from 5 am to 5 pm. We are grooming 75 km and skiing on 65 km. We will open the last 10 km Saturday. You can use your best skis and the conditions are very good. Skiers from souther Wisconsin and Minnesota are calling conditions ‘mid-winter’ conditions
2-3 more inches of dense snow last night, and cold temps, We opened up the Highlands new loop,Coyote, and Saari Loop. We also opened the new end of Tamarack 2 Track. The trails are all in real nice mid winter condition. Skiing today was on 62 km, it could be at 75 km Thursday Lakeland ski team getting an afternoon ski in.
..we picked up another 3-4 inches last night and while we grooming we got another 3-4 this morning. Skiing was a bit soft today but we are now well covered except a few wet areas. , we will regroom in the early am. We may have the Highlands open Sunday or Tuesday 42 km open and most skiers on good skis
….sorry the update took so long tonight. I was out looking for a lost skier in the Highlands. Found safe and sound.
the ski trails really smoothed out since yesterday! Even some of our staff that have higher standards skied and enjoyed the coverage and smoothness. We regroomed everything again today and are skiing on about 42 k, most with decent classic tracks. We had the small bully out this afternoon, it is almost ready…just neeeds to get skied in a bit more. I am heading back out tonight but wanted to update . 4 groomers scheduled for early am. Saturday should be great skiing
we picked up another 4 inches of snow last night and maybe an inch during the day, Groomer’s were out all da y and we had Happy skiers. By mid day we had 42 km groomed about 12 k w classic tracks. We r working on opening more km every day as it keeps snowing and staying cold.
The trails are covered with about 2-3 inches of base , there are 5% icy areas where frozen wet spots, there are 5 -10 areas where grass was scalped while leveling the trails. The. Trails are continuing to improve with the cold temps and snow.