I drove over to the Canmore Nordic Centre just before sundown to see what had transpired today. Tracksetter Paul was just exiting the Pisten-Bully
Welcome to Canmore and Frozen thunder! One of the things I like best about Frozen Thunder is the multitude of skiers I meet
Yes, I know it’s mid-October with daytime highs in excess of +10°C, but your eyes don’t deceive you.
Just in! Fantastic news! Some grooming has occurred, and the new trail reporting system is in place for this winter. It’s similar to the “Live
– Moraine Lake road was roll-packed today. Photo by Connie Atkinson – We’re usually skiing on Moraine Lake Road(MLR) by the first week in November,
– Blog readers Deborah, Mandy and Collin were enjoying the fresh snow – Not only is the snow deeper, but 100 metres of distance has been added
It’s holding up well, and with the predicted cold temperatures and new snow this weekend, it should only get better.
The cold temperatures are enabling the snowmaking to operate full-force at the Canmore Nordic Centre.
– Dakota Blackhorse von Jess(#47) from the U.S. was the men’s winner in the Frozen Thunder classic sprint – Snow conditions were at their best for October
– Kaitlyn from Minnesota and Sam from Maine were doing laps on Frozen Thunder – I was curious to see how the snow was holding up at Frozen Thunder,