I see that Coal Mine was trackset today. It’s been a few years since I’ve skied up there. I had to dig deep to find a couple photos. A few other trails were also trackset in the Ribbon Creek area. Near as I can tell, my last trip up Coal…
Monday 2:21 pm: The big red cat has left its lair near Kananaskis Village and is on the loose. For anyone who wants to see Live Grooming in action, the Ribbon Creek tracksetter is on the trails right now. Coal Mine was the trail most
I can finally add Ribbon Creek to the list for this winter. I went the non-recommended direction but the steep hills were easy to descend on the excellent conditions.
Remarks to go with the above map: “A nice early season snowfall has blanketed most of the area. 10-20cm so far with more on the way. Recent grooming is groomed and packed only. Packed base averages between 2 to 4 cm with lots of exposed needles and some dirt. Skiing…
Tracksetter Jeff is out working tonight and sent me another photo of the Kovach picnic table. He remarked…
-Gordon, Ken, Rory, and Larry at the top of the Screamer- These trails are so enjoyable when the snow is plentiful, cold, and groomed, as it is now.
-Members of the Norseman Ski Club on Aspen trail in Kananaskis- Tomorrow(Saturday) may offer the most choices for skiing ever. Trails in the
-Trinity, Terry, and Dominic on Terrace trail near Kananaskis village- I waited for the temperature to warm up and arrived at Ribbon creek
Email received from TSJ(Tracksetter Jeff) today at 1:13 pm: “Hi Bob, I was thinking we need a little help naming the big hill on Ribbon. We have the Skogan Screamer and the Skogan Slash but right now all we have is the Ribbon Hill. “
TSJ took the above photo at Ribbon creek and sent this information with it: “No grooming tonight. Looks like it’s the 3 w’s Windy,Warm and Waxless skis.”