Monday, December 23, 2013

Open for Snowshoeing

We've had a few days of warm and wet weather that significantly reduced the snow pack on the Nordic Terrain. We are now beginning a string of days where temperatures will be below freezing. This will cause the snow that is left on the Nordic terrain to freeze up pretty tightly. We won't be able to get a groomer out on the snow because the base is thin and there are many bare spots on the trails. The Nordic Center will remain closed for skiing until we get more snow. However, you are welcome to go out for a snowshoe. We will be renting snowshoes for $20 and trail tickets will be just $5. 

2 comments:

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