Trail Report

Warmer weather moving in after a cooler start to the week that saw a dusting of snow. Conditions have been great for final fall grooming, clearing leaves, sticks, branches and deadfall on both the ski and mountain bike trails. Having select trails as clean as possible allows us to open for skiing on minimal snow. 

We will continue doing trail work this fall until deer hunting season with plans to operate for day skiing on the the ski, snowshoe and fat bike trails. Similar to the COVID season, there will be no services available. Parking in the far lot with portable bathrooms. 

Ski trail season passes can be purchased on our website. Purchasing season pass now helps with operating and maintenance costs to prepare the trails, equipment repairs to the grooming equipment and property taxes.

Mountain bike trails will be open until November 1st. Click here for trail report. 

Clearing on Rootin Tootin ski trail, October 26th, 2022.
Rootin Tootin slough, October 26th, 2022.
Morning sun lighting up the tamarack trees still holding color, October 26th, 2022.
Touch of snow on a recently fallen maple leaf, October 25th, 2022.
Afternoon hike on Skaters Waltz, October 22nd, 2022.
Aging mushroom on a birch tree, October 22nd, 2022.
Hiking on the singletrack, October 22nd, 2022.
Tamarack trees hitting their peak of color this week, October 20th, 2022. Only coniferous tree to change color and loose needles. 
Fall grooming on Sap Run trail, October 20th, 2022.
Final fall grooming in action, Skaters Waltz, October 19th, 2022.
Sunrise over Island Lake, October 19th, 2022. 
Golden hour over the late fall color on Mother North Star ski trail, October 18th, 2022.
Mountain bike singletrack after fresh clearing, October 18th, 2022. Mountain bike trails remain open until November 1st.
Fall color scene along Skaters Waltz extension, October 15th, 2022.
Snowy autumn scene near Twin Lakes crossing, October 14th, 2022.
Sunset over Little Sugarbush, October 14th, 2022