Ski Trail Report

A dusting of snow past 24 hours. Although it is not enough to groom or ski on, it’s great to have a coating of white on the trails. Temps have dropped below freezing and frost is setting the ground hard again. The lake has been making ice and thickness ranges from 6-8″.

The trails are open for hiking, biking, exploring and adventures! Latest bike trail report. 

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

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.

Thin dusting of snow on the trails, December 30th, 2023.
Frosty scene along the trail, December 29th, 2023.
Frosty and sunny morning on the trails, December 29th, 2023.
Intersection of Skaters Waltz/Sukkerbusk, December 29th, 2023.
Cold night, hard freeze, frosty surface..making the most of the situation! December 29th, 2023.
Morning skaters! December 28th, 2023. The cold temps at night have frozen the surface down again and the skating is good, all things considered. Ice thickness is 6-8″.
Not what we expected the ski trails to look like on December 28th but they are ready for snow!
Foggy scene along the trail, December 28th, 2023.
Plunge after sauna under the “cold” moon, December 28th, 2023.
We have been stoking the sauna every day there are guests staying at Maplelag.