Peter and I couldn’t have asked for a nicer day or better conditions for skiing Skogan Pass to the summit.
With so many wonderful trails in the Ribbon Creek system in excellent condition, it’s difficult to decide which one to ski next. Yesterday, it was a sensual delight to ski Hay Meadow
I had only planned to ski up a little ways on Skogan Pass so I could tell my anxious readers how far you had to walk to reach skiable snow.
Snowfall warnings are in effect for the mountains and from the sounds of the trip reports, it has already started in most of the places where we ski, but nothing yet in Canmore as I write this at 7:30 pm. It appears that Calgary and West Bragg
-Kenneth on Lower Kovach- Lots of happy skiers were out enjoying the great conditions on the Kananaskis Village trails today, attempting to beat the warm weather which is predicted to start tomorrow.
Thanks to all the rock pickers on Skogan Pass! As more skiers snowplow over the trail, more rocks appear. I was busy digging one of them out of the Screamer when
I didn’t ski Skogan Pass today, but Tracksetter Jeff sent the above photo and the following report: “Great snow on upper Skogan Pass and Skogan Loop 25-30cm, so good I was able to trackset all the trails above High Level right to the top of the Pass. Lower Skogan is…
-Brendan, Saavannah, and Xander on Skogan Pass- I bike to the top of Skogan Pass every summer, but I need to get in better shape to make it to the summit. It’s been two months
-Skogan Pass below High Level junction. Photo by Ray Perrott- I didn’t ski today, so I’m posting some photos from Ray and Mary Perrott’s trip to Skogan Pass.
How about a fourth report on Skogan Pass?! I knew Chuck was somewhere on the trails above me because Alaric and Maya told me, but he must have been