New Tidd Teck Equipment has arrived for the season!

The new Tidd Teck Equipment arrived at the park on Friday.

This equipment is primarily used for grooming skate skiing trails.  It’s a nice addition to the Ginzu Groomer that was purchased in 2015.

Thank you to Dave Reesor, Robert Mears and Phill Brackenbury for loading the new TiddT ech at Wills Transfer – destined for the Park

tiddteck arrival

A special Thank You to Perth Community Foundation for the grant and Friends of Murphys Point for assistance with the application!

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2019 Season is Here!!!!!

It’s a great week to see the snow arrive.  All the Trails are ready to go.

The JackRabbit Program for kids and youths is starting up on Sunday Jan 27th at 1:30 pm.

Meet at Lally Lodge if interested.  Contact Drew at tvccsc.president@gmail.com

 

There are also plans for adult ski clinics.  These will be planed based on demand.  Contact Robert at TVCCSC.Coaching@gmail.com

If you are looking for up-to-date ski conditions at Murphy’s Point, refer to the following link.

http://www.ontarioparks.com/skireport/detail/murphyspoint

 

For general inquiries about skiing, contact Denise at TVCCSC.info@gmail.com.

 

Happy Skiing!

SNOW IS HERE – TRAILS NOT GROOMED YET – STAY TUNED

 

Great snow for November.

The trails aren’t yet groomed, but you might try snow shoeing.

Watch this website for up dates.

To purchase a club member and obtain a parking pass to use at Murphy’s Point Provincial Park go to Membership.

To register for the 2019 Tay Valley Ski Club Loppet go to Loppet.

AGM NOVEMBER 5 AT PERTH POOL

It is time to get organized for the 2018-19 ski season.

Our AGM will be held Monday, November 5, 7:00 pm, at the meeting room of the Perth and District Swimming Pool. The meeting will be preceded by a ski swap. Bring your old equipment along and recycle it for new skiers.

Membership is now open on line. Beginning this year the club has moved to on line membership registration only. Please go to the Membership page to register. Registration for Loppet 2019 opens November 6 at 12:00 noon.

Besides getting organized for the upcoming ski season,  we have some excellent guest speakers. Adventure skiers, Bruno Seguin and his wife Isabelle will be our guest speakers at the AGM.  They recently competed in a race in Namibia and will be competing in Antarctica later this fall. Isabelle was the fastest female in the Namibia race.

Past President, Don Boyle, has updated the booklet on the history of the Tay Valley Ski Club. Free copies will be available at the AGM. After the meeting date, history copies will be available through Phill Brackenbury pcbrackenbury@gmail.com

Please circle that date and come out to help us launch this ski season.

NEW SKI SEASON JUST AROUND THE CORNER

We are still enjoying summer, but your executive will soon be meeting to plan the 2018/19 ski season.

The AGM is scheduled for the first Monday in November. The executive can certainly use lots of help to carry out a successful ski season.

Please consider participating in keeping us a vital active organization.

 

NOT DONE QUITE YET

THERE IS A BIT OF SNOW. OUR GROOMERS WILL DO THEIR BEST. SKATE SKING LOOKS MOST PROMISING.

PLEASE CHECK TRAIL CONDITIONS FOR GROOMING UPDATES.

TRAILS GROOMING UPDATE

This morning David Reesor and Lynn McIntyre groomed a new track from the parking lot to the gatehouse.. It took 3 passes of the Ginzu to break up the ice enough to set a track. The result isn’t perfect but it does provide safe access to the internal trails.

All of the skate ski was done and it is perfect!

Some classic was done, but it wasn’t practical to do more. Most parts of the internal loop trails are quite useable for classic skiing. Groomers looked for areas of unpacked snow on the side of the trails, and were able to set several long stretches of perfectly groomed trail including the first part of the loppet route and the trail to the boat launch.

Decent skiing for this weekend!

This grooming closeup provides an image of the difficulty of breaking up the ice.