“We accumulated 10cm of high-moisture content snow overnight, here in Canmore.” -Ray Perrott on Wed Nov 1, 8:30 a.m.
“15cm of new here at Kananaskis Village. Not skiable yet but with a another good snowfall rock skis could come out.” – Tracksetter Jeff(Ribbon Creek) Wed Nov 1, 10:00 a.m.
Although this snowfall warning isn’t in effect for Lake Louise, some snow is expected in that area, and as we know, it doesn’t take much to get a good track going on Moraine Lake road.
Yesterday I contacted Jeff Hearnden, the person in charge of ski trail grooming in Lake Louise for Parks Canada, asking when grooming/tracksetting activity will begin, snow permitting…
“Tracksetting staff start on Nov. 2nd. I can’t confirm the actual date grooming activities will commence…snow is in the forecast and colder temps..wait and see. The Tracksetters will communicate all updates to the Parks Info Centre here in LL. when the work is completed.”
I’d like to welcome everyone back to the blog for another ski season, and I look forward to seeing everyone on the trails soon!
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