I was greeted with a winter wonderland atmosphere when I arrived at Boulton Creek in Peter Lougheed Provincial Park in mid-afternoon. I skied on last night’s tracksetting: Wheeler, Amos, Woolley, and Meadow with a side trip on Lynx. I had not even skied on Woolley and Meadow this season, so…
It’s surprising how pleasant -19°C can be when there’s no wind and the sun is shining. With an acute case of cabin fever, Cheryl and I drove out to PLPP to see which weather forecast was correct. Yesterday’s Windy.com prediction was dead on at -19. That was at 2:45 pm…
Spring officially starts tomorrow(Tues Mar 20) at 10:15 a.m. but you wouldn’t know it if you were in PLPP today. There was 5-10 cm of new snow
The four skiers in the above photo had just descended Packers and were still smiling. I skied Packers and a few other trails in the middle of Peter Lougheed
When I read that MaSid was going to Elk Pass to work on his couch, I was thinking it would be a good day to do some exploring and tracking.
I hadn’t skied Lodgepole and Braille yet this winter, so when I saw they were groomed last night, I headed there today.
-Juliana, Tom and Mark at the Wheeler – Amos(south) junction- No need for a long story about today’s skiing. Everything is perfect on the trails
-Monika and Kathy on Amos- I was skiing early enough today to use wax, but that might be the last time
-Conditions on Wheeler are vastly improved- The PLPP Live Grooming Report is not accessible, so here’s the info
-Ray, Dan and Elisabeth on Woolley which was trackset last night- This is how I remember February skiing in PLPP. Great tracks, cold snow, waxable skis. Even when