It’s been a fantastic week for working on the trails. We have been working on the outer trails, finishing Island Lake trail on Monday, Roy’s Run on Tuesday and Bullhead Bootleg extension on Wednesday. The rest of the week we will be touching up on the inner trails as we ready for colder weather next week. Grateful for this nice weather for late season trail tuning! Overall the trails are looking great and ready for freezing temps and the real snow to come! It doesn’t take much to open the trails, usually 3-4″ of dense snow and a grooming or two and select trails are skiable.
We will continue working on the trails right up until the snow that sticks for the season. Last minute fine tuning will have the trails ready for skiing on minimal snow. We try to have a few trails open for skiing by Thanksgiving, weather permitting. Bike trails will open for fat biking/winter riding later this month once the ground is consistently frozen.
A wintery start to November with 3″ of snow one week ago. Snow falling on top of frozen ground and was enough reason for an early season groom! We enjoyed a couple days of early season skiing and good to see a few other people out! Snow returned on November 9th with 1″ falling.
Maplelag current conditions including data from the new Maplelag weather station can be found on the Weather page.