Trail Report

Not quite as warm today as Sunday and Monday. Froze down again this last night, making for crusty conditions early then getting soft in the afternoon. Once again, skiing was very nice this morning during the transition period before the snow got soft and slow. The coverage today didn’t look much different than the photos below. Most noticeable were the tree wells a bit bigger. The trails will be closed until Thursday afternoon. Even though we plan on skiing in the mornings, we can not provide any emergency service if so required so for safety, we will have the trails closed. It looks to be a bit cooler tonight and tomorrow so we might try grooming a bit tomorrow morning. Grooming most likely to occur on Skaters Waltz and North Loup with no classic tracks to be set.

Photos from yesterday.

March 16th Trail Photos

Kristin's Kutoff to the left and Sukkerbusk to the right. Still some track definition this morning.

Kristin's Kutoff to the left and Sukkerbusk to the right. Still some track definition this morning.

Skaters Waltz with good coverage, Monday morning.

Skaters Waltz with good coverage, Monday morning.

North Loup with lots of snow still, Monday morning.

North Loup with lots of snow still, Monday morning.

One of the rollers on North Loup.

One of the rollers on North Loup.

North Loup

North Loup

Jeremey Marskuf flying down Suicide Hill Monday morning.

Jeremey Marskuf flying down Suicide Hill Monday morning.

Ede Family and friends enjoying the beautiful morning on Suicide Hill

Ede Family and friends enjoying the beautiful morning on Suicide Hill