Trail Report

Another very light dusting of snow overnight with hazy conditions and temps in the lower 20’s. Very typical of our snowfalls this year. The new snow overnight not enough to groom or ski on but enough white to brighten things up a bit more. We have a very light dusting of snow on the trails. Not enough to groom or ski on but least we are moving in  the right direction! Last weekends warm weather not kind to the trails as we lost most of our snow with only scattered patches of base in the wake. Seasonal temps in place this week and keeping our eyes on a possible snow maker late in the weekend, start of next week.

The trails are open for running, hiking, walking, and the Twin Lakes single track is open for fatbikes and mountain bikes as it will all be all winter.

The lake has relatively smooth ice for skating and we have been working on the ice rink in the switchyard after the warm weather for ice skating and skating is good.

The St Paul Highland Park and Cooper ski teams are at Maplelag this weekend for a training  camp. Despite not enough snow on the trails to ski, the kids are keeping active with cross training activities and will be able to double pole ski on the lake.

Think Snow!

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Start area. December 16th, 2014.
Start area. December 16th, 2014.
Skaters Waltz. December 16th, 2014. Dusting of fluff on top of icy base.
Skaters Waltz. December 16th, 2014. Dusting of fluff on top of icy base.
Skaters Waltz, December 16th, 2014.
Skaters Waltz, December 16th, 2014.

 

Mountain biking on Twin Lakes single track. December 17th, 2014. Twin Lakes Singletrack open all winter for fat biking and mountain bikes if packed proper!
Mountain biking on Twin Lakes single track. December 17th, 2014. Twin Lakes Singletrack open all winter for fat biking and mountain bikes if packed proper!

Photos from Tuesday morning:

 

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