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EXCELLENT CONDITIONS FOR 2018 LOPPET

Ski conditions are superb and likely to remain so for some time.

Our Loppet is scheduled for February 11. There are a whole range of events from the 20 km event to a 10 and 5 km race, and 2.5 km “Cookie” race for the young or young at heart. There are still some spaces available. Go to the Loppet page to register.

Remember, it is a fun Loppet, and YOUR personal best, so don’t be intimidated.

If you don’t wish to race but might be available to volunteer, we may still need some help so please contact our Loppet coordinator, Nancy, at ndgaud@gmail.com

And, if you are just too busy Sunday for either racing or volunteering, keep taking advantage of the great skiing at the park. Our groomers are doing a fantastic job!

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SNOW RETURNS – TRAILS ARE GREAT!

Excellent skiing conditions have been reestablished throughout the park.

Our groomers managed to pack and set all the main trails today.

The  Loon Lake trail is packed but not set. MacParlan was not groomed today.

Conditions today were excellent!

EXCELLENT CONDITIONS CONTINUE

Despite only a few centimetres of snow falling, our groomers were able to touch up the trails. With slightly warmer temperatures, the trails were even better than yesterday.

Robert Mears taking advantage of near perfect skiing conditions.

TRAILS BETTER THAN GOOD!

There are a few days left before that forecast rainy weekend, so brave the cold and join the hardy skiers out there.


Rudy Lepp finishing an afternoon ski.

 

                                                          Conditions on most trails remains excellent despite minimal snow fall.

WINTER RETURNS – TRAILS GROOMED TODAY

Just enough snow apparently to successfully groom trails!

As of time of this post, our groomers have set the classic trails and are working on the skate trails.

Thanks to Dave Reesor and Lynn McIntyre for getting us back to skiing.

RAIN WIPES OUT TRAILS – FOR NOW

Unfortunately, our beautifully groomed trails have been destroyed by the warm weather and rain.

Chief Groomer, David Reesor, will check,out the possibilities tomorrow. It all now depends on the snow fall we receive.

THE CLINIC SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY, JANUARY 13 HAS BEEN CANCELED.

ADULT SKI CLINIC JANUARY 13

Trail conditions remain outstanding even as the cold weather continues.

Weather conditions are predicted to improve for the first Adult Ski Clinic. It is free, and run by three of our most talented and dedicated members. If you are a novice, or just want to improve your technique check out registration at Adult Clinics.