I was originally planning to only ski two days at Cypress Hills but the good conditions, nice grooming, and new trails to explore kept me there an extra two days.
After such an amazing and beautiful day yesterday, I was battling the wind today, just like I’m hearing on some of the trip reports from “back home.” No sunshine or blue skies.
I don’t think I could have picked a better day to ski in Cypress Hills. Beautiful weather, fresh tracksetting and a new and exciting discovery(Ferguson Hill).
I started on the Spring Creek ski trails just as the sun was setting. I didn’t know what a treat was in store for me over the next hour and a half.
For my readers in Medicine Hat and the southeast corner of Alberta, the Cypress Hills ski trails are groomed and in good shape right now. Chris Dodds from Alberta Parks sent an email and stated …
I recently had the pleasure of visiting a charming and quaint old church and cemetery located in the scenic Cypress Hills of Alberta.
I realize that most of my readers won’t be going to Cypress Hills, but I have noticed in the last few days that
– Skiers in the inaugural Cypress Hills loppet – I made it a goal of mine this winter to check out the newly developed xc ski area at Cypress Hills Prov Park in the southeast corner of the province. Most of the skiers come here