Where are you skiing tomorrow? Talk about first-world problems. As you can see from the Trip Reports, the choices abound.
–First tracks on New Ribbon Creek. Photo by TSJ(Tracksetter Jeff)- What an incredible sight.
Vivid memories have sustained me for the 32 months since I skied on Old Ribbon creek and Link. March 2013 was the last
-The caption on Twitter read “Coach Ray went skiing at Ribbon Creek today” Photo from XC Bragg Creek- The above photo surfaced on Twitter today.
-Alf Skrastins was the first skier on the New Ribbon creek trail- I was thrilled to meet Alf Skrastins on the highest part of the New Ribbon creek trail today.
The new ski trail For cross-country skiers, a new trail has been constructed to join Ribbon creek trailhead to Link junction, utilizing some other trails
-Savina and her mom were enjoying the early snow on Moraine Lake road on Nov 9, 2013.-
By my count, there were at least 122 bridges in Banff National Park and K-Country which were damaged by the 2013 floods. The Healy Creek Bridge, referred to in this Crag and Canyon article will be a very welcome sight next winter
I’m thrilled to get our first Groomer’s Report from Tracksetter Jeff at Kananaskis Village/Ribbon Creek/Skogan pass:
This is an updated version to reflect new information: Most of the Bill Milne trail and Wedge connector are now groomed and trackset, but there is still an unskiable gap between the north side of Evan Thomas creek and the