-Ray and Mary Perrott are two of this blog’s esteemed trip reporters. Thanks to Mary for today’s report.-
Mary, when describing conditions on Moraine Lake road, used the term “flying” and she was right.
I don’t have much to add to her report other than to say it was nice to meet her and Ray on the trail, and if they were like me, and skied later in the day, they would have had beautiful new tracks to ski on Tramline to end the day.
MLR is still in great shape and tomorrow may have 3 cm of new snow which is supposed to fall tonight. It had started lightly snowing as I neared the end of the trail around 3:30 pm. I expect it will be groomed and trackset again before the weekend.
Upper Tramline is also in good shape with new tracks. Lower Tramline was groomed but not trackset.
I see the Snow Forecast for the weekend in PLPP is already down to 35 cm from the 49 they had predicted earlier.
One of our other esteemed trip reporters, Chuck, went skating on Lac Des Arcs today and sent in a nice photo which I’ll post in the gallery. I wonder if the Irish flag in the photo was planted by a guy named O’Callaghan?
Lake Louise to Banff Loppet
Registration for the loppet has been postponed one week. Originally scheduled for this Saturday, it is now on Sat Dec 10. Lots of changes to the course this year. An update has been posted and you can read all about it here Lake Louise to Banff Loppet