Lake O’Hara fire road is one of the most scenic trails known to humankind, and today, Ray, Mary, Keith and I had the pleasure of being able to use our waxable skis. 🙂
Bruce Millar, innkeeper at Lake O’Hara Lodge reports: “Just to let you know we groomed and trackset the road today. Conditions are great with e the addition of the new snow from the last few days, a lack of wind and sunny skies.” If you
I could have entitled this post A Feast for the Eyes. I had a terrific ski to the lake and back on the Lake O’Hara fire road today. It was busy
More flood-related construction. It looks like we’ll be able to cross to the other side soon. Right now, if you park at Ribbon creek parking lot, you’re unable to access
– Greg, Pat, and Sarah on Lake O’Hara fire road – The winter trail to Lake O’Hara is actually the road which takes visitors in by bus in the summertime.
Thanks to Roland L for the trip report, and thanks to Brenda for the photo: Skied Pocaterra today Feb 02 From the junction Packers towards south shortly before Whiskey Jack junction we followed large animal tracks on both side of trail