Snow Report 1-22
Happy Hump Day!
It is 23° under cloudy skies this morning with a light breeze at 8 miles an hour out of the north. Things should clear out by midday with temps reaching 37°. This week's system left us with 3" of new snow, a small refresh but we'll take it! Keep an eye on those apps because snow is likely again early next week.
Those grooming snowcats churned up some trails and evened things out for ya here:
Alternate Route, Crown Dancer, Evergreen, Fairway, Going Home, Jackson's Alley, Lodge View, Upper Spruce, No Name, Pinedale, Pumphouse, Sidewinder, Sugar, Bunny Hill
Apache Drum, Upper & Lower Sunset Meadow, Midway Alley, Red Valley, Wickieup
Trails groomed by Snow Cat Shuttles, variable.
Note that UNMARKED OBSTACLES MAY EXIST.
Sunrise Hours: Sunrise rentals, ticketing and base operations are available 9am-4pm daily.
Cyclone Hours: Cyclone rentals, ticketing and base operations are available weekends only.
Tubing Hill: (behind Funland) open Friday, Saturday & Sunday 9am- 4pm
WINTER GAMES 2020 - JANUARY 24, 25 & 26
One of our favorite events is back, courtesy of Expert Mushers / Organizers Brad & Sarah Kassing and Anne Groebner, owner of Outdoors Southwest. The mushers will be on site January 24-26. Q&A from the trainers and sled dog rides for the kiddos.
This jus confirmed: the Fat Tire Races are a go! Woot woot! The following is a tentative schedule for this weekend's activities:
Friday January 24: Meet & Greet with the Mushers and Dogs. Guests can meet the mushers and their dogs to take pictures and ask questions. Children can test their mushing skills by steering a one dog sled with the help of the mushers.
Saturday, January 25: Races at 10am, 12pm & 2pm, Mushers begin a dual start race against each other for time. Fat Tire Bike Race to follow.
Sunday, January 26: Races at 10am, 12pm & 2pm, Awards at 3pm. Final Day of racing. Mushers begin a dual start race against each other for time. Awards, meet and greet, pictures with dogs and racers.
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