All Season Trails Update:

Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019  

Warm temperatures are melting and softening the snow base.  A number of trails have been machine packed for fat-biking and user traffic has packed all the popular trails. With an overnight freeze, the snow will be firm or icy in the morning. As temperatures warm above 0C, the snow will melt and soften. Dirt is starting to appear on the more sun-wind exposed trails.

A significant wind event in late October, brought down a lot of trees.  Removal of downed and hazard trees has been ongoing and most have been cleared. But you can still expect to find some trees down on a some of the trails.

Single Track Conditions via Trailforks
Other Fat Biking Opportunities in K-Country

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Ski & Winter Trails Update:

Tues. Nov. 13 , 2019  

Expect variable conditions coincident with temperature changes. Freeze/thaw cycles will cause fluctuations in conditions ranging from icy to soft. Special care should be exercised especially on hills.

Snowshoe and Winter Multi-user trails are generally good for snowshoeing and fat-biking now.

Skier Bob Reports