Ski Trail Report

Freezing fog to report this morning. Temperature finally dropped below 32 last night setting up the surface on the trails and grounds. One more day with highs just above freezing before we cool back down. Having frozen trails will be better for forecast activities. The trails have a scattering of thin coverage.

After nearly 2″ of rain, a very thin period of snow Tuesday night that scantily covered the trails. The current El NinÒ this season has not been kind for snow lovers and going down as one of the strongest on record based on some accounts. Click here for an article. Forecast does not look the best moving forward for snow but things can change quick and we are ready for more white to fall from the sky! The trails are open for hiking/walking etc.for guests staying a the resort. 

The lake is now ok for skating on the east side near Maplelag. Guests have been skating the past few days.

Bike trails  are open for fat biking/winter riding, provided temp is below 34. Watch for icy spots.

Season passes can be purchased on the products page. 

Maplelag current conditions including data from the new Maplelag weather station can be found on the Weather page.

Thumbs up on a afternoon skate, December 27th, 2023. As colder weather moves in, ice should improve for skating. We are measuring 5-7″ of ice on the lake.
Sukkerbusk ski trail, December 27th, 2023.
Skaters Waltz ski trail, December 27th, 2023.
Christmas Day ski, December 25th, 2023.
Snow hanging on late afternoon, Twin Lakes ski trail, December 25th, 2023.
Foggy laps on the snow farmed loop, December 22nd, 2023.
Afternoon skiers on the snow farm loop, December 21st, 2023.
Morning laps, December 21st, 2023.
Solstice snow farm loop skiing, December 21st, 2023.