Conditions

Thursday January 29, 2015

Good morning, now that we have had a day to pack things down and groom out the trails, it looks lovely out there with packed powder around every corner.  The groomer got to 1E, 1W, 2, 6, 7, 21, 24, 29, 32, and the Narrow Gauge Trail.  The temperature is expected to be in the mid-twenties and sunny the whole day. The wind will be calming as the day progresses making for even better conditions to go play out on the trails.

The ice rink has a fresh new surface this morning and will be open all day.  We will be hosting the public school ski-skate program this afternoon and the rink will be largely occupied with young students from 1:30pm to 3:45pm.  We will host pick-up hockey this evening from 5-8pm.

Snowshoe trails are open and await you for a woodland adventure and the Bull Moose Cafe will be open from 10am-3pm.

We will be hosting a Amos & Friends Character Dinner this Saturday Evening, January 31, at 5:30pm with storytime around the fireplace.  Ice Skating will be available until 8pm Saturday Night as well.

 

***We also wish to share that Trail 23 will be out of service for the next few weeks to support forest management activities on Sugarloaf land; also, there is a skid crossing on the lower portion of 24.  Please use caution at the crossings on Trail 24, 1West and 21, and you may wish to remove your skis at these plowed crossings.  We will keep you updated on when this trail will return to skiing.***


Current Conditions

8"
Snow Depth
Packed Powder/Powder
Surface
0"
New Snow (24 Hrs)
70km
KM Open
40km
Classic Groomed
40km
Skate Groomed
15km
Snowshoeing
Open
Ice Skating