All the trails in the Ribbon creek and Kananaskis village area are in wonderful condition. Even the snowman at Kovach lookout is in better shape than he was
-Banff trail at Canmore Nordic Centre. You can see the new warming hut in the background- Right now is a good time to explore the lesser-used trails
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