Up there around 10am today – walk almost to the bridge to get to the snow – icy and rutted not particularly good for classic or skate – more like adventure skiing – trying to stay upright – if it warms up to make the snow slushy could be okay
My wife skied Eagle Beach this afternoon. Said there was enough snow and good spring skiing.
Upper Loop: Ray and I tried to set a loop above the base of Black Bear Chair. The Classic setter did not want to sink into the snow for a good Classic Track. Even with 225 lbs. of weight on it. It is skiable but an Adventure.
Ray and I are taking the Can Am with roller and classic setter to Upper Loop tomorrow. Will post what the out come is.
No grooming at camp ground until there is several inches of snow. Maybe there will be a big dump next week!
Groomed for skate this afternoon. Snow is soft. Mornings a most likely the best as it has been freezing there at night.
I rolled the campground yesterday afternoon. There is 3-4 inches of snow on the open portions of the road, but lots of bare spots and rocks showing in the woods and at the base of the hill. You could pick your way around on old beater classic skis, but don’t take your new skate skis out there. Better yet, ski Montana Creek and hope for more snow.