Monday morning update

I’m hoping for some good news regarding Rio, the lost dog. It’s very worrying to think of her out there lost, alone, and scared. See previous update for details. Update Mar 8 at 9 pm: She has been found!

It looks like we’ll have a brief return to seasonal temperatures for the next four days with some snow on Wednesday. PLPP, Lake Louise, and the Canmore Nordic Centre will be your best bets for skiing. CNC always has excellent grooming, so it’s a good destination at this time of year. 

 Canmore Nordic Centre. File photo

Canmore Nordic Centre

A mixture of natural and man-made snow trails were trackset last night. Check the trail report for details. 

“Daytime higher temperatures along with night time lows are leaving icy hardened conditions on all trails. All trails will possibly be icy in mornings with softer conditions starting late morning, temperatures depending.  Fresh Groomed (same day) trails should be in better condition with less/no ice.”  

Woolley in PLPP. File photo

Peter Lougheed Provincial Park

Trackset last night: Amos, Meadow, Wheeler, and Woolley. 

“Light flurries late on Sunday evening, with less than 1 cm accumulated by midnight as grooming was finished.”

The temperature at the Lower Lake this morning is -11°C with an expected high of -1.

Pipestone. File photo

Lake Louise

The Pipestone trails were trackset yesterday.

West Bragg Creek

“The freeze -thaw cycle continues to create challenging spring conditions which will be icy with glazed tracks in the morning and soften by midday. Groomers will renovate skate lanes and hills to keep conditions as safe as possible. Take care out there!”

Keep an eye out for Rio!

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