The trails are open for skiing!! Good early season conditions other than being a bit bumpy. (typical of early season). Recommended skiing on the groomed loop we have been grooming daily since last Wednesday. The loop starts on Sukkerbusk to the right and heads out towards the skinny field. Take a right at the end of skinny field than follow Rootin Tootin to Skaters Waltz. Skaters Waltz back to Sap Run than to Sukkerbusk at start. The loop can be skied both directions. Suicide Hill branches off this loop and is groomed and open for skiing as well. Follow the grooming, cones at the turns and intersections to stay on the loop. Other trails are open but use caution if venturing out. Un marked obstacles exist, ski at own risk.
No tracks set but open for skate and no track classic skiing on the early season loop. To preserve the snow on other trails, please do not skate on trails outside of Skaters Waltz and the early season loop. Thin base, “rock ski” conditions but for early November, nice skiing, especially on the groomed loop. We will pack a few more trails this week including Twin Lakes, JibFly the entire Sukkerbusk and Skaters Waltz. Cold temps good to start setting frost in the ground before additional snow.
Please no walking or hiking on ski or bike trails.
Warmer weather on Wednesday and Thursday, trails will be closed in the afternoons to preserve the snow and base.
There is no lodging available or guest services in the lodge at this time, no ski rental but trails open for skiing. Trail pass on donation basis for early season. Ski at own risk! Ski rental will be available mid December.