Trails are officially closed for the season, effective immediately.
Due to ongoing concerns related to Covid-19 and social distancing, we have decided to close the trails at the end of business today. We will not be grooming the trails any further this season.
❄️ Fresh snowfall overnight!
As of 7:45 a.m., grooming operations are currently underway and will be completed throughout the morning.
At this time, Apex trails have been groomed and the machine is currently up Clearwater. Please allow some time for the corduroy to set up before heading up Clearwater.
Busk and Euphrates will be completed last.
Please slow down and use caution when skiing near grooming machines in operation.
Please remember to respect social distancing rules when skiing on Club trails.
Light snow in the forecast today, expect some accumulation on top of groomed trails throughout the day.
We attempted a refresh of the skate lanes this morning, but with freezing overnight and a very crusty layer on top, it was apparent that conditions would not be improved by grooming this morning.
The majority of trails were last groomed yesterday and skiers should expect very fast, icy conditions this morning. Trails should soften up throughout the day, and we are expecting some flurries in the forecast tonight which may make grooming more successful tomorrow.
Trails groomed early this morning for classic and skate skiing. Early reports are that conditions are excellent, one of the best days of the season, especially on the upper part of Clearwater. This is not an April Fool’s joke. 🙂
Our primary grooming machine is back up and running thanks to the hard work of our tireless mechanic, Ryan DeJong! Three cheers for Ryan!
Trails were groomed early this morning. With recent precipitation, valley trails are beginning to get quite soft, but Clearwater main trail is still in very good condition, especially above 2km.