From Nicholas’ trip report, it sounds like the south end of PLPP should still be good. If it snowed a significant amount in the north end, and if it stays cold, it may have freshened up Pocaterra.
According to Joe’s trip report, the Kananaskis Village/Ribbon Creek area was in poor shape yesterday, but the snow was falling, so it just depends how much snow and how cold it is. Ditto for the Canmore Nordic Centre. I’m in Calgary this morning, so I don’t know how much snow Canmore received. They’ve groomed and trackset the man-made snow, so it should be in nice shape seeing as it cooled down to-3.
West Bragg Creek – I have no idea if they received any of this snow, but it must have been awful warm there yesterday. Probably a waxless ski day.
Cascade valley was in good shape two days ago but I’m not sure of its present condition. Redearth Creek sounds like a possibility, too. Mount Shark should still be in good condition.
To be assured of the best conditions on a variety of trails, Lake Louise is still the best destination. It appears they also received some new snow.
Let’s go out and see what we discover today, and report back tonight. Just stay away from the malls.