The first groom up to Gorman! Made it all the way and the snow was looking nice.
Chris Brown, Quartz Creek, Dec 2, 2017. Photo @sledbiglines
Chris Brown, Quartz Creek, Dec 2, 2017
Snow / Weather
The last fresh snow we saw was on Sunday, December 3. We are not seeing any coming our way for the foreseeable future, but the sun will be out! Who doesn’t need a little sunshine on the face while you’re in the mountains?
While hazards are moderate right now, please continually check http://www.avalanche.ca/ if you choose to venture out. Right now Avalanche Canada is warning about loose wet avalanches (normally a spring phenomenon) on rocky slopes that have a southern/western exposure as temperatures are very pleasant and those weak rays could cause a critical mass of snow to break loose. … consider an avalanche safety course if the pow is pounded 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 in the next few weeks. We’re hopeful the results of this study will help us apply for more grants to continue to make snowmobiling infrastructure better. Thank you for your patience.
Economic Impact Study questions being asked in all 3 managed areas. Photo @sledbigilnes
Hey you! Get educated. For real, this isn’t a joke, playing the mountains can literally be a matter of life or death. Please get yourself educated before you venture into the backcountry.