Are we having the best winter ever? Sure feels like it. Dang is it deep out there and there’s a casual 52cm more in the forecast. Avalanche conditions are still dangerous so let’s not ruin the good thing we got going here but if you play it safe there’s a lot of snow to enjoy.
UPDATE: Silent will be groomed on Friday, February 2.
How It’s Been:
It pretty much snowed all week until yesterday (Jan 30) when we saw the sun for a blue sky powder morning. And now it’s snowing again.
We’ve had a lot of snow and it looks like we’re expecting a lot of snow. There’s 52cms in the forecast and it looks like the temps will stay cool. There has been a lot of wind with this weather.
Common sense says that with this much new snow that avalanches are going to be bigger and more likely. How about finding some low angle trees, where you’re at lower risk, and having a blast?
Please check with http://www.avalanche.ca/map everyday before you head out.
Using a VHF radio on active logging roads is an essential part of having a safe day. Please watch our road safety video to learn more.
Economic Impact Study
Don’t be surprised if you are asked to fill out a survey at one of our trail heads. We are conducting an Economic Impact Study this winter. We’re hopeful the results of this study will help us get more funding to continue to make snowmobiling infrastructure better. Thank you for your patience.
GT OR DIE: Great news! We’ve announced Saturday April 14th as the date for this year’s GT or DIE races! It’s going to be a good time and there’s expanded events for kids during the early part of the day.
*Groomer broke down at 43km on Wed. Repair parts arrived on Friday morning and grooming will happen ASAP machine is repaired (likely Friday and then again on Sunday)
Lots of snow in the zone.
Avalanche ConditionsPlease continually check Avalanche.ca for avalanche info
Weather ConditionsThis weather report is a pretty good one that applies to most of our areas.
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