There’s plowed, shallow berm from the gate to the bridge which is wide enough for a classic and skate descent. From the bridge on up to just short of the landslide it is a bare minimum with some rocks in places. Above the slide it gets better and better to the end. So take care getting up to the slide and then ski mostly on that upper 1.5K. With any snow the lower half will improve enough for better skiing.
Will post after returning home, 10 – 11AM.
Not enough snow from this little system to groom. Hopefully we get some more snow soon!
Looks good! Blue wax, light winds, beautiful tracks.
Eaglecrest upper trails have good snow coverage and thanks to today’s colder temps I am hoping to find they groomed this morning. I plan to be up on the trails early today and will post an update as soon as I can. Even if there is no grooming, it is still fun classic skiing in the soft new snow and on New Year’s Day I cleared a number of hazards lurking along the track. Lower trails need consistent cold temps and more snow before grooming can resume. Coverage is almost non-existent in many places.
Upper 1.5 kilometers of trail excellent for both
Skate and classic skiing. Lower section of trail
great for hiking.
Groomed skate lane from just before landslide hump and it is quite nice skating thereafter. A bit soft and buttery.