Snow and Trail Condition Updates
As of 2/24/22:
County trails are open with occasional closures. Sheldon Brat Feed this weekend. Always a great time. We have had a great season so far. All our trails are in very good condition. Have a great and SAFE weekend!
Hawkins Sno-Hawks (Hawkins): Trails will be great for the Sheldon Rough Riders brat feed this Saturday! Kudos to the loggers south of Hawkins on 25 S for keeping snow on the trail
-Please check the Ride Rusk page for confirmation on your trail routes and for updates on trail maintenance and grooming.
Cross Country Ski Trails
Blue Hills Trails report:
Wednesday's bright sunshine highlighted the new snow and made for great snowshoeing. Nice way to keep the muscles moving while waiting for the ski trails to firm up.Grooming Report / Plans Groomers focused on the East Side trails Tuesday and Wednesday. Quality rather than quantity. The many trails that were rolled Tuesday during the snowstorm received finish grooming Wednesday afternoon. The snow was working well (a reflection of temps, humidity, and cooperative snow crystals). The little bit of classic track I saw yesterday was deep and crisp. If the skate lane is still a bit soft today, it'll soon receive more grooming. Next step is to start grooming the new snow on the West Side trails. Good luck to all our Birkie skiers!
-Be sure to visit their website or Facebook page for more trail conditions.
Ladysmith Area Trails report:
With the new snow last night the groomers were out in force today. Jim groomed the East side trails for skiing and reports they are in excellent shape. Dave groomed the West side this afternoon for skiing, fat tire biking and snowshoeing. With tonight's colder temps. the trails should all set up well and be firm and fun for the weekend. Get out and enjoy some winter fun on the trails. Remember please no hiking on groomed trails without snowshoes. Bikers and snowshoers be respectful of the set ski tracks when out on the trails.
-For more updates, check out the Ladysmith Area Trail Association Facebook page.
Trail Feature: Our newest addition to the Christie Mountain trail system. Bob and weave through this glade run and hit caches of ungroomed powder. With a direct line to the T-bar skiers can enjoying back to back black diamond runs.
Hit more runs! With over 200 snow tubes and our newly upgraded conveyer lift you are sure to have a blast on every run!
-Check out their website or Facebook page for more updates.
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