Ski Trail Report

Spring like skiing this morning. Skaters Waltz was skiing well until it warmed up. Tracks were bit icy but better at softening point. We spent the afternoon and early evening shoveling and farming snow on to Sap Run and Skaters Waltz and grooming after. Another day bit warmer than forecasted and along with sun, the base deteriorated.

The trails will be closing at noon on Tuesday to try and preserve the base we have during this warm spell.

A beautiful weekend of skiing. Thanks everyone that made it out! Sunshine and frost made for beautiful skiing despite the thin base. Warm temps in the afternoon Sunday softened and melted some snow but the base held out.

Fat bike trails are closed until consistent cold weather returns. Latest fat bike trail report. 

Please no walking on the ski or fat bike trails. Snowshoe trails are open but snowshoeing possible anywhere except the ski trails. 

Trail 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. Total snowfall since November 1st at 12″. Current snow depth is 2-5″ and compacted base on trails is 1-3″.

Morning spring ski in January! January 29th, 2024.
Shoveling snow on Sap Run, January 29th, 2024.
Shoveling snow at the start area, January 29th, 2024.
Sunshine and frosty scene at the trailhead, January 28th, 2024 (B.Diedrich photo)
Sukkerbusk ski trail, January 28th, 2024. (B.Diedrich photo)
Moorhead Nordic ski team after a great morning of training on the trails, January 27th, 2024.
Frosted trees at the trailhead, January 27th, 2024.
Frosty Sap Run, January 27th, 2024.
Evening groom on the skate trails, January 27th, 2024.
Late afternoon skate ski, January 26th, 2024. (B.Olson photo)
Frosty scene on Skaters Waltz extension, January 26th 2024. (P.Arneson photo)