We received a grand total of 4-5″ of snow throughout yesterday and last night. Groomer Butch rolled the Trappers Cabin, Adventure, and Rolling Hills trails, and it’s just gorgeous out there. Most of the trail surface is completely covered, but there are of course some thin spots under the big trees. All trails are open and “B” skis are still recommended – stop by the rental desk and rent some for free if you don’t own a pair! Butch also snow combed and set fresh tracks on the practice area, where there is a solid base of natural and man-made snow. Use your good skis out there, or stop in and demo a new pair! The earlier the better for best conditions today, as it is supposed to get above freezing this afternoon.
Saturday, December 9th, 6:00pm – XC Ski HQ Ski Team Dinner
The HQ team is known for its great camaraderie amongst members, and is very welcoming to new members. If you’re considering racing this season and joining our team, please email Captain Frank Rynalski at firstname.lastname@example.org for dinner details!
Saturday, December 9th, 16th, and 23rd, 10:30am – Free Beginner Ski Lesson (snow permitting)
Learn the basics of cross country skiing for FREE!
Tuesday, December 26th, 2:00pm – Joe Frye Live!
Kick back and enjoy the musical talents of Nashville-based Joe Frye at the Stone Turtle Cafe. Eat, drink and be merry!
We hope you are able to get outside and enjoy this November snow! Keep doing your snow dance and come visit us soon.
All the best,
Mariah, Stu, George, Erin, Missy, Alex, Mitch, Krista and the crew