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The Magney-Snively trail has 14k of trail for intermediate and advanced skiers. This trail offers skiing through a beautiful hardwood forest with large hills and trees. This terrain is rugged and therefore is not recommended for beginners. The trail loops clockwise.
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Saturday, February 24, 2024
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Rock skis ]
We got 6 inches yesterday on top of Spirit so we decided to check out Magney. There was a nice skied in track. The section with the gravel horse trail did have some rocks poking through here and there where the track was since it is not a rolled trail and was just fresh snow. When we got to the grass section of the trail, the person with the fish scales started clumping, I was fine on my skins. We ran into a man walking the horse section of the trail with two off leash dogs who were running in the what was once a nice track. I asked him if he could walk on a different trail or at least to the side, which he did not do. If you want to ski it go to the right where the grass section is, he walked from the SHT he said, which could have been Bardon's or Ely's.
(Eve Graves)
Wednesday, January 17, 2024
Firsthand: Freestyle 
[ Trails Open: All, Rock skis ]
Really bad; borderline unskiable. Bumpy and uneven, with frequent soft spots, and grass/rocks/sticks sticking through. Pole plants went down to bare ground here and there. Needs more snow to be any good.
(Sam Doniach)
Thursday, January 11, 2024
Firsthand: Classic 
[ Trails Open: All, Good skis ]
Great morning ski, not groomed. Used the skied-in classic tracks. There's a couple slushy/icy spots, and a couple low spots with open water but those were easily avoidable.
(Rachel Poppe)