Your eyes don’t deceive you. The miraculous phenomenon known as Frozen Thunder is taking shape at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
-Jenia and Collin were enjoying the great conditions on Frozen Thunder- I stopped in at the Canmore Nordic Centre
-Moraine Lake road at Lake Louise saw a few skiers today but has not been groomed yet- It was fun running into Diana Piggott at the Moraine Lake road trailhead today.
I can’t believe I still have the receipt for my Fischer SCS skis which were purchased in 2001(for $299.00). I’m kind of sentimental about these skis which I’ll be selling at the Canmore Nordic Ski Club’s sale this weekend.
-Skiers on the new trail which opened today at Frozen Thunder- Another 500 metres of track opened today at the incredible Frozen Thunder ski trail at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
-Frozen Thunder at the Canmore Nordic Centre is open for skiing- When I arrived at 8:55 a.m. the temperature was zero with a cloudy sky.
-Grading Frozen Thunder with the snow cat- Paul had just jumped into the snow cat when I arrived at Frozen Thunder around 5 pm. He was about to make the first pass
More photos of today’s snow. It always amazes me how this chunky, icy, rough snow can be turned into a perfect ski trail by the groomers at CNC.
Off to a humble start, this first unassuming mound of snow is the initial dump of about 400 truckloads(my guess) which will eventually become a respectable
Right on schedule, the snow has arrived at Lake Louise, but still not enough for packing or grooming. The Snow Forecast shows