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
This was posted on Facebook by CNC: The official beginning of the regular season is this Saturday, November 17! The projection is that a few more trails will be open for
Thanks to Mary Perrott and Chuck for making my job easier. Check the Trip reports for their updates on Moraine Lake road and the Great Divide.
Pretty nice conditions on Frozen Thunder considering all the warm weather we’ve had. Peter was having success with his skin skis and described the snow
Arriving at 11 a.m, I couldn’t find a parking spot. Lucklily, someone had already finished their two hours of skiing and created a space for me.
Thanks to Biathlon Alberta for this video: Frozen Thunder will be open for public skiing on Sat Oct 20 at 9 a.m. Read more
Frozen Thunder has faithfully returned to the Canmore Nordic Centre for the tenth consecutive year. It will be open for public skiing on Sat Oct 20 at 9 a.m.
-Bella and mom Stephanie were heading for the warming hut.- Thanks for all the trip reports. Amazing conditions everywhere and Mt Shark was, according to Gwen, “like winning the lottery!”
This is a good time of year to re-visit the pros and cons of waxless skis so I’ve added a section at the end of this post which gives my thoughts but I welcome
As I was driving back to Canmore from Calgary this afternoon, the wind was fierce on the Trans Canada with lots of drifting snow. A wind warning was issued