A wind warning has been issued for Lake Louise, PLPP, Kananaskis, Canmore and Banff. Heavy snow is predicted tonight for higher elevations, and rain/snow at lower elevations.
Peter Lougheed Provincial Park
The usual Saturday night schedule of Whiskey Jack, Upper Pocaterra, Lower Lake, and Packers was completed.
The trail report contains these remarks…
“A few very light flurries moved in to the Park just before midnight on Saturday, with barely a trace of snow by the end of the grooming shift. In the early hours of Sunday morning, very light snow was falling in the Boulton Creek Parking Lot, under a partly cloudy sky. At that time, there was just a trace of snow on Friday night’s grooming, and all other trails had 1 to 3cm’s of snow on top of the last grooming. Strong winds have been causing some drifting in places, as well as dropping numerous and large (especially at higher elevations) tree bombs.”
On the Alberta Parks website, Packers does not show up when you do a specific Feb 20 search but it shows up on the general report, and on Nordic Pulse.
West Bragg Creek
A few of the core trails were trackset early this morning and you can see them on WBC Nordic Pulse.
Pipestone trails were trackset on Saturday.
Shaganappi golf course
“All trails were groomed on this beautiful moonlit Saturday evening. The Chinook wind is forecasted to be persistent tonight, so expect drifting on the trails and especially in the track setting. It might just be a case of see if you can even find the track setting on some stretches of trail!”
Confederation golf course
Yellow and Purple were groomed and trackset.