Hello Bob, Three of us (Tom Maier, Mike Brewster and me) went out to ski every maintained ski track at WBC yesterday.
Update Mar 7 @8:27 a.m: The PLPP snowcat is back in operation and a number of trails in the north end were groomed last night. Moraine and Fox Creek were groomed yesterday. The following report is from WBC Groomer Jeff…
West Bragg Creek received 5-7 cm from that brief but powerful storm which whipped through last night. Most of the trails at WBC were groomed and trackset before noon
“This is my view out my snowcat window at 6:20. Expect some snow in all the tracksetting.” -Tracksetter Jeff
With the bright sun shining down and temperatures of -8°C, it was nice enough to sit outside and drink tea alongside the ski trails at West Bragg Creek today.
-Ruth and Debbie on Moose Loop at West Bragg Creek- The snow at West Bragg qualifies as “Edelweiss” snow. Soft and white, clean and bright.
I had a lovely ski at West Bragg Creek today. There was 2-3 cm of new snow overnight but a few skiers had been out ahead of me to break trail. Groomer Dave had started
West Bragg Creek update from Groomer Jeff: “Your intrepid grooming team has not let the cold get the best of them!
We were dogsitting Freddie today. He turned one year old on Dec 1, so it was time for him to learn to ski. Off to West Bragg Creek where he can ski off-leash.
Tessa and I had a wonderful afternoon on the trails at West Bragg Creek. I wasn’t sure what to expect, so I used my Fischer Twin Skins,but I’m pretty sure VR50