Emerald Lake and Yoho

Tally-Ho and Kicking Horse were trackset on Jan 5. The Alluvial Fan was trackset a few days ago, and as you can see in the photo above, has lots of new snow.  If you enjoy skiing at Emerald Lake, consider buying a membership in the Kicking Horse Ski club to…

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Kicking Horse trail in Yoho

Chip sent the above photo of the Kicking Horse trail to go along with his Trip Report. We also have a report from Kristina who said “the skiing beyond Natural Bridge down the Kicking Horse logging road was a dream.” Like a lot of other trails, Kicking Horse starts out…

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Nov 18: Tonight’s update will include details on Yoho Valley Road, Moraine Lake road and Tramline. Most of what I’m writing will be obsolete by tomorrow morning because of the 10 cm of snow which is expected by noon tomorrow(Thursday).  As Canmore Chris mentioned, it rained in Yoho yesterday. Along…

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Yoho Valley Road(YVR)

Nov 15, 2020: Thank you to Chuck for the photos and report. The tracksetting on YVR(not to be confused with Vancouver airport) ends at about 5.5k. You can ski further on the ungroomed trail, but there is avalanche, icefall, and rockfall danger at about 6.5K, just before you arrive at…

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Kicking Horse in Yoho

Good early-season conditions exist on the Kicking Horse trail in Yoho. Excellent tracksetting with a few twigs here and there. There were a couple places where I stepped out of the tracks for ten metres to avoid twigs where they were thick. For the most part, I skied over them.

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First tracksetting in Yoho

I received this update from Kicking Horse Ski Club in Field, BC: (Edit. note: Takkakaw Falls road is also known as Yoho Valley Road) “Joe did the TAK FALLS ROAD today–packed wide and double track on either side. “Cold as a bugger” he said–but it came out pretty good! He…

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