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Trail Report

Trails are open. Hard freeze last night froze down the trails after warm wet weather yesterday. Warmed up again today and skiing was good, all things considered, after rain yesterday.  The recent warm weather and rain melted down a lot of snow and the exposed areas are thin with some bare spots.Despite the rough conditions, there is still some skiing to be had, some trails good. Overall,  conditions rated poor to good. Best trails to ski include Sukkerbusk, Skaters Waltz and North Loup. Check board for latest report. We groomed select trails today and will groom again Wednesday afternoon . When it cools down and freezes, the trails will be very hardback/icy/crusty and most likely tough skiing unless new snow. Chance of snow on Wednesday. Just an inch or two will improve the conditions big time.

Twin Lakes singletrack is closed for now to fat bikes. Will plan on opening again Thursday morning. Latest report. 

Setting new track on Sukkebusk, late afternoon February 21st, 2017.
Setting new track on Sukkebusk, late afternoon February 21st, 2017.
Evening groom on Skaters. February 21st, 2017.
Evening groom on Skaters. February 21st, 2017.

February 21st Trail Report Photos

Grooming skaters waltz Tuesday mid morning

Grooming skaters waltz Tuesday mid morning

Tuesday skiers

Tuesday skiers

 

 

 

Sukkerbusk, February 21st, 2017. Good coverage on most of the trail. Spring skiing when softens up.

Sukkerbusk, February 21st, 2017. Good coverage on most of the trail. Spring skiing when softens up.

Twin Lakes downhill. Icy in morning, thin cover at bottom, one small bare spot. Best to walk down until softens or new snow.

Twin Lakes downhill. Icy in morning, thin cover at bottom, one small bare spot. Best to walk down until softens or new snow.

Sunrise in between Twin Lakes. Coverage between hanging on. Not indicative of entire trail system.

Sunrise in between Twin Lakes. Coverage between hanging on. Not indicative of entire trail system.

Marsh area on return to twin lakes at sunrise.

Marsh area on return to twin lakes at sunrise.