Ski Trail Report

Trails are open. Excellent skiing conditions. Another couple of inches of fresh snow on Tuesday. We groomed most of the day and a little bit Tuesday evening. We will be back out on Wednesday and through the rest of the week combing out the skate lanes and resetting new tracks.We also set a new track around Bullhead lake on Monday.

Trails groomed for classic and open include Sap Run, Mother Hen, JibFly, Loon Return, Sukkerbusk, Mother North Star, Rootin Tootin, North Loup, Roy’s Run, Island Lake, Wavy Gravy and Twin Lakes. For skating Skaters Waltz, the extension loops, Single Green, Kristin’s Cutoff and North Loup.

Lucky’s Loype and Bullhead trail are snow covered, no grooming and open for bushwhacking. We have packed a loop on Bullhead lake and set a track on the perimeter for classic. 

Has been a nice start to the ski season with excellent conditions. Great seeing so many people out this year, thanks for purchase of day and season passes. 

Total snowfall this season at 43″. Compacted base on trail 6-10″. 

Trails will be open every day there is skiable snow including all Holidays and weekends. There is no ski rental at Maplelag. MN Tru North in Perham MN is offering ski rental 218-346-5253

(Trail maps posted here)  

There are now services available Parking in the far lot with portable bathrooms. No lodging or meal service. The Brant cabin available as a warming area with restrooms and sitting area and tables, parking available across from Brant cabin as well. There are no ski rentals available.

Ski trail season passes can be purchased on our website. (scroll down to bottom of page) Purchasing season pass helps with operating and maintenance costs to prepare the trails, equipment repairs to the grooming equipment and property taxes. Thank you. 

Fat bike trails are groomed and open, click here for latest report

JibFly ski trail with fresh dusting of snow, January 23rd, 2023.
Cutting new track, January 23rd, 2023.
Ready to groom out the skate trails, January 23rd, 2023.
Renovation the old track around Bullhead lake trail and setting a new one, January 23rd, 2023.
Thin coating of frost on the North Loup deck, January 22nd, 2023.
“Eira” hill, January 22nd, 2023.
Glistening fros snow falling from the trees, January 22nd, 2023.
Weaving on Wavy Gravy January 21st, 2023. Great to see the sun finally again!
Frosted tops, January 21st, 2023.
Mac’s Mess, January 21st, 2023.Always a go to spot when the trees are frosted.
Heading out for a night groom on Skaters Waltz, January 21st, 2023.