All posts by Jaime Frederick


Well, hallelujah! And big thanks to our mechanic, Ryan Dejong, for coming out on his night off from his day job to get the Club’s grooming machine up and running again! This is a temporary fix but should keep us going til new parts arrive, hopefully later this week. Thanks, Ryan!

We have received 15 to 20 cm of fresh snow in the past 24 hours and the entire trail system has been groomed for classic and skate skiing early this morning. Conditions should be excellent and it looks like another beautiful day for a ski! Enjoy!


UPDATED: As of 10:30 a.m., Busk loop skate lanes being refreshed with sled and ginzu, as well.

Apex Loop, Night Loop, teaching stadium groomed for classic and skate skiing this morning with sled and ginzu. Snow is currently falling and accumulation on the trails is expected.

Classic tracks should be passable on Busk Euphrates and Clearwater, but expect accumulation of snow, given recent fresh snowfall.

We are experiencing issues with the hydraulic systems of both our larger grooming machines and have been unable to groom Busk Euphrates or Clearwater for skate skiing. We aim to have the machines back in operation as soon as possible, but again are waiting on parts unavailable locally.

We apologize for the situation and are working to remedy as soon as possible.


Bad news! Our grooming machine has broken down. Again.

Trails were not groomed last night, but we are working to get a solution in place for tomorrow morning.

We do have our Community Loppet on the Apex side today and trails are holding up reasonably well on that side. Classic tracks are in good condition, though the skate lanes are not in perfect condition.

Conditions on Busk Euphrates and Clearwater will be less than ideal, particularly for skate skiing. The classic tracks are holding up OK, but the skate lanes are not in great shape and will be icy. We apologize for any inconvenience.