Update Sat Dec 24 @7:45 a.m: I received 2 cm overnight in Canmore(and another 2 cm is predicted for today). I expect the Ribbon Creek – Skogan Pass trails would have also received at least that much, so I’m wondering if Lower Skogan would now be skiable?
This is what we have been waiting for! 🙂 🙂 🙂 This Live Grooming Report showed up late this afternoon. There might be more to the story as I see only a portion of Lookout north side was done. With these cold temperatures, equipment problems can be a concern.
I had a wide and varied choice of trails to ski today. Cascade? Mt Shark? Pocaterra? Blueberry hill? Spray river? Lake Louise?
The photos were sent from Ribbon Creek Tracksetter Jeff’s phone around 1 pm today. He was obviously scouting out the territory by snowmobile and checking snow
Kananaskis Tracksetter Jeff has returned, and is doing a marathon grooming session today/tonight. He’s already groomed Bill Milne, Wedge Connector,
– Skogan pass at the junction with the Upper Skogan loop(approx 8.2K distance and 500 metres elevation). –
Thank you to everybody who left Trip Reports! It’s nice to see all the activity again. When Tessa and I parked at Stoney trailhead at 1:30 pm it was -6°C. Later in the day,
– Bob and Tessa on Hay Meadow. – The trails in the vicinity of Kananaskis Village, Ribbon creek, and Skogan pass have been exceptionally fine this winter.
I hope you didn’t stay home on account of the weather. It was -10°C with bright sunshine at Ribbon creek
– The Wedge connector is single trackset and groomed with a skating lane – Do you like it relaxed and easy, or hard and fast? Are you a beginner, maybe even