UPDATED: Cross Country Ski Report – Sunday, January 14th

Snowy Ski Lessons at Cross Country Ski Headquarters

Good morning! All trails are open with tracks set. The grooming team is snow-combing all trails and re-setting tracks where needed this morning. Conditions are excellent. WE HAVE FULL POWER BACK, so bathrooms and Cafe are fully open! We will ALSO be serving beef stew and baguettes at Trapper’s Cabin from noon until it sells out today, so plan on warming up around the bonfire in the company of Eric McDonald, who will be sharing poetry, songs and stories! Instructor Jim Bradley is available for lessons today!

Today’s forecast: “Snow will taper off and end this morning. High 17F. Winds W at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow 80%. 1 to 3 inches of snow expected.”

Upcoming Events:

TODAY, January 14th: Rescheduled – Gourmet Lunch at Trapper’s Cabin!
Join us for a hearty lunch of beef stew and rustic bread at Trapper’s Cabin! Warm your body and spirit around the bonfire, and enjoy your meal under towering white pines, amidst the peace of the forest. Lunch will be served from 12pm until it runs out!

Saturday through Monday, January 13th – 15th: Gourmet Mac ‘n Cheese Bar
Prepare to indulge in this decadent classic comfort food, complete with a toppings bar that includes onions, tomatoes, spinach, jalapenos, feta cheese, peas, hot dogs, and bacon. So rich and delicious, this mac-sterpiece lunch is the perfect complement to a day on the ski trails!

Saturday, January 20th: Bavarian Ski Festival and Free Ski Lesson!
Dust off your Lederhosen and join us for a taste of the Alps! Enjoy delicious Bavarian fare, including soft pretzels, sausages, sauerkraut, and of course, German beer, plus some themed contests, including stein-holding. Don’t miss this celebration of heritage and winter fun! At 10:30am is the Free Beginner Ski Lesson.

Click here to view the complete event calendar!

All the best,
Mariah, Stu, Bob, Lynne, George, Missy, Erin, Alex, Mitch, Krista, Will, Donnie and the crew

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