All Season Trails Update:

Thursday, Oct 10, 2019  

The recent snow has settled to about 10 cm where there is little traffic and is firmly compacted where there is more traffic. Cold overnight temperatures mean that the snow lies on top of frozen mud,  ice and snow covered ground in the morning and it becomes soft, slushy or muddy in the afternoon. Travel on most trails is difficult, especially on bikes, but the busier trails have seen enough traffic to be good for fat-biking. Winter activities like snowshoeing and hiking are your best options for now. This will change rapidly, as the temperatures warm up into the weekend.



Ski & Winter Trails Update:

Thursday, Oct 10 , 2019  

The 15-19 cm of recent snow has settled to 10-15cm. This lies on the remnants of the snow that fell at the start of the month. A couple of cold nights have frozen many of the slushy-muddy areas under the snow, so the base is firm in the morning. But melting starts by mid-day. Conditions are OK for ski touring, good for snowshoeing and variable for fat biking, snow walking, etc.