Grooming generally happens on thursdays or fridays, and may happen on weekends if needed. We will attempt to post updates here the day grooming happens.
All ski trails at Chief Joseph Pass were groomed today, with tracks on most.
Multi use trails at Chief Joseph Pass were groomed this morning for the dog sled race. Other trails have about 8 inches of new snow on them. Should be good conditions for classic skiing and snowshoeing.
Most trails at Chief Joseph Pass were groomed today. Should be great conditions this weekend for classic and skate skiing. Come out and watch the dog sled races!
Multi use trails were groomed today, with more trails to be groomed in the next few days.
Joseph Creek, Middle Fork, Banshee and lower loop were groomed today. Other trails were still in great shape from yesterday’s grooming.
Most trails were groomed today. Should be great conditions for classic, skate and snowshoeing this weekend.
Most trails were groomed today, and tracks were set.
Some trails were groomed this mor morning, the rest were still in good shape from the last grooming.
Friday night our volunteer grooming crew was out at lake Como and groomed all of the trails. They are now flatter, smoother, and wider than after the first grooming, tracks are even set in a few places. Temperatures were above freezing during grooming, and have now dropped to 25f, so the trails should be very firm this morning. It should be great conditions for skate skiing, and for fat biking while the temperatures are below freezing. If you are riding a fat bike on the trails please remember it’s not the current temperature that you need to consider, it’s the temperature when you get back to the trailhead. Don’t wait until you are leaving a rut to turn back when temperatures are rising.