I was debating whether to ski Cascade Valley or the new grooming in PLPP. After reading Sylvia’s trip report, I knew I made the right choice. Crazy weather
Yesterday I said I was finished skiing for the season, but I really mean it this time. I’ve never seen Banff tracksetting in April, so I wanted to verify it with my own eyes.
Judging from all the skiers on the Cascade Valley trail, I think people took the advice and left PLPP to the racers. Many of our popular ski trails start
Too bad my friend Chip, who coined the above phrase, went to Mexico for the month of January. He is not only having to endure hot weather, but he’s missing
-Cascade Valley was trackset to Stoney Creek today(14.5K one-way). Photo by Chuck- With all this new snow that’s been accumulating over the past two days, there was
-Cascade Valley was trackset today. Photo by Chuck.- Thanks to Chuck for this welcome news. Cascade Valley in Banff National Park is double trackset to the Cascade
This early in the season, I like to keep reminding readers to click on the Trip Reports tab on the main menu to see what’s transpiring. Today, it’s only 7 pm, and we’ve already got reconnaissance
I have no complaints about conditions on Cascade Valley. Being able to race at full speed down the big hill at the end tells you conditions are A-OK.
About 5-6 cm of new snow already covered yesterday’s tracksetting on Cascade Valley. The tracks were well skied-in by the time I got there, but skaters would have had a good workout.
-Sadie and her mom were enjoying the fresh snow and good tracks at Canmore Nordic Centre- This morning’s tracksetting already had about 3 cm of new snow