What more could I add to Chuck’s report from yesterday? How about wonderful, terrific, fantastic, and wolves! Banff National Park has some beautiful ski trails
-Warden’s cabin at the end of Redearth creek. Photo by Chuck O’Callaghan.- I’m happy to say the number of trails which are trackset and in good condition is too long to list
Get prepared for a big dump of snow in Banff tonight and Sunday. In the mean time, Leona and Carl have sent this update: Hello Skier Bob; We have been visiting Banff this week and have used your website to figure out where to ski. I wasn’t sure how to…
We climbed the hill from the Redearth creek parking lot on nice cold snow. My VR45 was gripping well and I didn’t even have to herringbone.
– John and Susan were enjoying the great conditions on Redearth creek – I met five groups of skiers on Redearth creek today and every one of them was a reader of this blog.
Nothing could be as exciting as crossing the ice on the Cascade river as Chuck did today(see trip reports), but coming back down Redearth creek might be a close second. Conditions are
Did you hear the one about the backcountry skier who stowed a case of 24 beer(in bottles, no less) in his backpack? I heard all about it this weekend while
Redearth creek to Shadow Lake Lodge If the weather stays cool, the trail to Shadow Lake Lodge should be in great shape for their opening in 10 days. It was fantastic
We’re experiencing some wonderful early-season skiing. In the past three days, I’ve skied on good conditions at Ribbon creek, Elk pass, Goat creek, and now, Redearth creek. All that, and I haven’t even been
The snow was cold at -4, the weather was beautiful with air temp around +1, and no freakin’ wind! The tracks were