Steve and I groomed and tracked: Anchor, Jolly Long, Seagull, Seagull Connector, Rollercoaster, Telford, Sugarbush Classic, Sugarbush Dog Trail, Birch Hill and Oppedahl's. Seemed to come out nicely, other than it was still windy so a bit of drifting here and there.
Today we groomed and tracked: Anchor, Jolly Long, Seagull, Rollercoaster, Telford, Sugarbush Classic - just the lollypop section, Sugarbush Dog Trail, Birch Hill, and Oppedahl's. Most places it came out really nice, give it a very good rating.
The good news this morning is there was probably a little more than 2 inches of new snow on the trails. Steve was able to do the skate lanes of Anchor, Jolly Long, Seagull, and Rollercoaster. I tracked Raven, Deerpath, Black Bear, and Sugarbush Classic in from Deerpath.
We were able to groom and track: Anchor, Jolly Long, Seagull, Seagull Connector, Rollercoaster, Telford, Sugarbush Class, Birch Hill, and the Sugarbush Dog Trail. The skating came out very good to excellent. The classic tracks came out will in 90-95% of the groomed areas, there were a few spots under evergreens that were harder to get a decent track set. The skiers I met were pleasantly surprised by how good the conditions were.
Yesterday I regroomed and tracked Birch Hill, and regroomed the skate lanes of the other skating trails, including Sugarbush Dog Trail. Birch Hill is still a little rough, but starting to smooth out some. The other trails looked to come out very good. Get out in the morning if you can, as using the trails this afternoon may be hard on the trails, if it gets as warm as they are calling for.