We received no fewer than 22 trip reports yesterday which must be a record. I’m not even counting Steve’s bike report but he still had info for skiers in there. A snowfall warning has been issued for Banff – Lake Louise, but most of it
Mon Dec 31 @ 7:45 a.m. If you haven’t skied yet this year, today is your last opportunity. Luckily we received reports from almost every location that’s suitable for skiing. Thanks to all the trip reporters! Go prepared for cold weather.
This blog has reached the milestone of one million visitors since Frozen Thunder opened way back on Oct 21. I am a statistics freak and enjoy studying the data in order to see what my readers are interested in. With reference to the
It rained all day in Canmore, and judging from the trip reports, it was raining elsewhere also. The weather turns cooler tomorrow and is sub-zero every day
Someone who logged in on March 31 was our one-millionth visitor! Ray’s weather report motivated me to start working on a year-end review.
-Mom Jennifer and daughter Peyton were enjoying the great conditions at the Canmore Nordic Centre- As Helen said on her trip report… “Bravo to all families introducing their children to this addicting sport.”
At least for this bout of cold temperatures we have snow! You might want to refer back to this Cold Weather Gear posting with 22 comments from readers for suggestions on preparing to ski in cold weather. At 8:15 a.m. It’s -23°C at SkiHere in
Update Jan 1, 2017 @ 8:15 a.m: I’ve received 4-5 cm of snow in Canmore, and another 5 cm is forecast for today. This is great news for the natural snow trails at the nordic centre. I sure hope Ribbon Creek and West Bragg are getting this, too. I remembered…
Thanks for all the trip reports today. Nice to see the cougar and wolf tracks in Chuck’s photos. Chuck did an epic 36K yesterday and 29K today.
Update Dec 6 @ 8: 30 a.m: I’ve added 14 new photos to the Emerald lake Lodge contest page. The deep freeze has settled in; it’s -21°C in Canmore this morning.