Thank you to everyone who has submitted a trip report this winter. They are not only a great source of trail information, but also of entertainment. Many times I find myself laughing while reading them.
Mike W had two comments that had me chuckling. The first was suggesting to Jean-Francois that he try descending the short-cut at Brewster Creek so that he could give us a report. I don’t even think that MAAD would risk that.
Mike W’s other remark had me thinking about “the olden days….”
“It was a great day reminiscent of the ‘good old days’ of parking lots with lots of room and empty trails!”
I think he was referring to last year!
It’s interesting how the trip reports frequently begin with a parking lot comment now.
Who could have predicted the developments that occurred over the past 10 months? What will the future of cross-country skiing look like?
Ribbon Creek/Kananaskis Village
As soon as I posted the above, I received this report and photo straight from Tracksetter Jeff’s snowcat:
“Hi Bob ,
A nice New Year surprise. About 15 cm of cold new snow around the Village. No signs of tree debris or drifting and the winds are feather calm at the moment.”
So far, the trails which have been trackset include Ribbon Creek and Link. Aspen and Kovach have been partially done.