Groomer Stu snowcombed all the trails yesterday and reported that what we have open should stay open, and what we have closed should stay closed till we get more snow.
We had a lot of skiers and snowshoers yesterday. Everyone came back happy except the nice fellow from Ohio who mistakenly skied the very marginal Tall Pines trail. He went back out on the snowy Rolling Hills and Trapper’s Cabin trails and was much happier after that.
We did get more lake effect snow last night and it is still snowing! We will have excellent skiing for MLK weekend!
Groomer Bob will Ginzu groom and snowcomb the fresh snow this morning. Trails will be ready by 10AM.
Today: Morning flurries with a better chance of snow showers for the afternoon. High 28F. Winds SSW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 60%. Snow accumu! lating 1 to 2 inches
Tonight: Snow showers. Low near 25F. Winds SW at 15 to 25 mph. Chance of snow 40%. Snow accumulations less than one inch.
Saturday: Blustery with snow showers. High 36F. Winds SW at 20 to 30 mph. Chance of snow 60%. A slushy accumulation of less than one inch.
Saturday night: Windy with occasional snow showers. Wind chills may approach -10F. Low 9F. Winds W at 25 to 35 mph. Chance of snow 60%. Snow accumulating 2 to 4 inches
New Snow: 1+ inches
Snow Depth in Woods: 2 – 5 inches
Packed Snow Depth on Trails: 1 – 4 inches
Ice, Glaze, Barespots: A majority of the Rolling Hills and Trappers Cabin trails are in very good condition. On the rest of the network there are thin coverage areas.
We have great sandwich specials in the Stone Turtle Day Lodge and of course the old favorite Spicy Chili!
The ” Let it Snow Sale” continues! . 40% Off Rossignol pants and Brooks Silver Bullet pants. Grea! t discou nts on ski packages and all other outerwear too!
This is the last day of Silver Streak Week – Skiers 55 and older ski and snowshoe free!
Lynne, Bob, Fran, Stu, Mariah, Brian, Erin, Michele, Sara, Abby, Hope, Bob, Jimmy Mac, Garret, Gage, Jenny and the rest of the crew.