All Season Trails Update:
Wednesday January 16, 2018
A month of dry, mild weather has eliminated snow from much of the trails. Sun exposed trails are mostly dry dirt, with ice patches or compacted snow in shady areas. Conditions are generally good for mountain biking and hiking, but poor for snowshoeing. Volunteers have put in a many long hours removing 130+ blown-down trees from the trails. Please report any additional downed trees on the trails.
Ski & Winter Trails Update:
Wednesday January 16, 2018 A month without snow and frequent Chinook winds have deposited needles, cones, branches and entire trees onto the ski trails. The grooming and track-setting from a month ago has become icy and has melted back to expose more rocks and dirt. XC skiing is not recommended.
Snowshoe and Winter Multi-User trails are good for hiking and fat-biking. Snowshoes are not necessary at this time.