I had occasion to be in Canmore yesterday morning so I took a few pictures of Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic Centre. It was early in the day, so I didn’t ski but I could see the high-performance athletes like the McKeevers in action. Access to Frozen Thunder is…
Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic centre is on schedule to open tomorrow, Saturday Oct 19. The public can access the ski trail after 12 noon. The trucks were still dumping snow this afternoon and the snowcat was busy levelling and smoothing it out. Tomorrow there will be a nice…
A few diehards have already been out skiing on the early-season snow at West Bragg Creek and Lake Louise. Thanks for the trip reports. Frozen Thunder Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic Centre will open on Saturday, Oct 19. The trucks will be busy dumping the snow to make the…
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.
These photos will tell the story of the first day of skiing on Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
At 4 pm today, the Pisten-Bully was sitting silently on the biathlon range, waiting patiently for the trucks to finish dumping snow on one small section
The video below shows a truck dumping the final load to complete one of the Frozen Thunder trails. Frozen Thunder will be groomed and ready for skiing on Sat Oct. 21. Expectations are that we’ll have 2K of trails to ski on.