At this time last year, cross country skiers were wondering if there would be grooming in K-country for the winter of 2020-2021. It’s a relief that we don’t have to be concerned about that issue.
After the province observed how successful XC skiers were in raising the money to fund grooming, they created their own user pass for all visitors, summer and winter. Since it came into effect on June 1, 2021, the new user pass for Kananaskis Country has raised just shy of $10 million.
A day pass costs $15 per vehicle, or a yearly pass that allows for two vehicles to be registered under the same pass costs $90.
Read the entire article Kananaskis user pass kicks $9.9 million into provincial coffers
I’m supposed to be retired from blogging but I will post the occasional article throughout the winter. When I go skiing, I will post my trip report on SkierRoger.