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PistenBully groomed trails (with 12 km groomed for classic-only), 2 km lighted, and 15km of power-tilled single-track ski trails. Glaciated terrain provides for a wide range of beginner to expert level trails and a telemark slope. On-site amenities include a chalet with PSIA certified ski school and& ski shop, food service, and a heated waxing room.
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Wednesday, January 10, 2024
[ Trails Open: Partial, Rock skis ]
We received about an inch of snow during the day yesterday. Groomers went out and rolled in most of the interior trails. There are no classic tracks set at this time. Average trail base is 1-2" of packed in snow. Rock ski conditions remain with some thin and bumpy spots, and a few rocks in places. But overall, it's skiing very well especially on Base Loop, Tornado Alley, Survivor, Nosedive, Silver Strider, and Nepco's Cruise. We are now recommending all trails be skied in the correct direction - Except Nosedive Alley remains two-way. Please obey all trail signs. Thank you!
(Erin Blow)
Saturday, January 6, 2024
[ Trails Open: Partial, Rock skis ]
We received 3" of snow last night! Groomers are out on the trails right now with the rollers and are working on packing in the ski trails. Trails are open to ski and we estimate the base to be about 1" so it is definitely rock ski conditions out there. There is not enough snow yet to set classic tracks. Base Loop, Survivor, and Tornado Alley are good trails to explore with low snow amounts. We are currently accepting donations to use the trail system.
(Erin Blow)

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