I took waxless classic gear and it was good at 2PM. It’s still a little slick but really ok coverage still on two tracks. The skate lane looked ok minus a few icy patches. There is still snow in the trees to give you an idea how cold it is there.
Scott just called in from the campground and reports the track froze last night so no snow was lost. He is grooming it out right now and says it should be good skate skiing. Watch for bare spots over the speed bumps. I don’t think he’ll be able to do anything with the classic track.
Light Ginzu, left classic tracks alone, as they looked fine. Wet, skate lane seemed soft but skiable. Don and Chris Thomas were leaving to ski it as I finished grooming. To soft to bike, and dog walkers will hammer it, also.
CG groomed this morning by Steve G. Soft and wet with some icy places. It is not going to hold up with 40 degree weather. Speed bumps starting to show.
I skied Montana after Don groomed yesterday and it was springlike and nice for my no wax (Klister fine too)… thanks… like he says, if you see the rocks, send ’em into that babbling creek! Thanks to all the groomers for their early season dedication.
Montana Creek Ginzu groomed today for both skate and classic.
Looks nice but watch for possible rocks in track ,please remove if
you see any.
Lower Loop will not be set by volunteers this week with the classic sled, due to low snow and wetness, until it snows again. Also, Eaglecrest crews are using power brush cutters to trim low growing brush on the trail, to prep it for the next snow fall!