You’ve read the trip reports extolling the perfect conditions on the new tracksetting on Whiskey Jack, Upper Pocaterra, and Packers. I can vouch for the incredibly wonderful conditions. Today’s skiing will go into the log book as a “best day.” They don’t get any better. I’ll post more photos and descriptions…
I made the ski tracks, but who made the ones beside me? This is in PLPP today where the temperature was rather pleasant this afternoon. I’ll post an update later tonight. In the mean time, you can agonize over these photos.
I received these photos and remarks from Kinga… “I came across some tracks on skogan loop yesterday afternoon, on a flatter section close to the junction with skogan pass (going ccw). I’m having a tough time identifying the animal. I know lynx are more common but these are quite large….
If you want to see where Chuck took the photo of the pine marten, and a video of the pine marten, Chuck’s photos. Be sure to read the captions on Chuck’s photos. They’re not just informative, but often quite humorous. This would be an opportune time to take a look…
Lots of positive trip reports coming in today, so the meltdown hasn’t yet taken a firm hold on the ski trails. Keith has come up with a name befitting of the big ice flow on the Bill Milne
Hi Bob We saw these tracks on Saturday making our way up to the Kananaskis Lookout The large one is approx. 3” to 3-1/2” across No visible claws with in the print?! Was thinking cat family The pattern has me stumped Any idea what they are? -Deb
With this update, I’m displaying some additional photos which are now included with the “Wild Animals Along the Ski Trail” post. We like reading multiple reports for the same trail, so just because you’ve already seen a trip report
These are photos which have been taken by skiers while on the trail except a couple which I took while driving to the ski trail. I’ve indicated the trail, date and
Thanks to Alf Skrastins for the photos and report: “A few centimetres of snow has fallen at WBC and the volunteer groomers have roller-packed several of the trails. But before you rush out there… I really did mean just a few cm of snow! I did a quick tour of…
Thanks to Keith for sending in these photos and the report: