Update Mar 8 @6:35 pm: Most of the north side trails were groomed today. The horse damage should be repaired. Live Grooming Report. Pine Ridge trail at Sandy McNabb is a hilly, mostly
The one thing Steve didn’t mention in his Sandy McNabb trip report was the temperature. When we arrived at 3 pm, the air temperature was +3°C and sun-exposed
Can you spot the deer in this photo which was taken along the Sandy McNabb Loop on the Sandy McNabb trails? Steve Riggs covered it pretty well in his trip report, but I’ll have a short update with more photos later.
My old Sandy McNabb brochure from 20 years ago describes the Pine Ridge trail like this… Offering the most challenging and exciting terrain
After 11 years of doing this blog, I am thrilled to finally do a first-hand report on Sandy McNabb. Conditions were pretty good with occasional hazards
Thanks to Manfred Kintop, we have some nice photos of the Sandy McNabb ski trails. I recognize most of the locations
This map from the Weather network indicates that most of the snow is going to fall south of Calgary. It would be nice to see the Sandy McNabb ski area get at least 10 cm.
Welcome to ski season! I’m thrilled to see all the old stalwarts are back posting trip reports. Finally, we can give Frozen Thunder a break and see what else is out
Joe Lenham writes… Agree with the comment re. horses at Sandy McNabb ruining the experience. We went there today to ski and saw two equestrians out on the trails, plus a load of fresh manure and deep-punched horse tracks on the route we were skiing. We abandoned after less than…
Nicholas Roeder just spent 4 days in the Lake Louise/Emerald Lake area and sends some photos and this report: “Lots of new snow near Emerald Lake and Baker Creek. Trails should be in great shape for the weekend. I skied the following trails and can recommend them all: Pipestone (new…