Today Volunteer groomers tested their grooming skills against 6"-8" of heavy, dense, accumulated snowfall with massive drifiting. 2 groomers tackled the big drifts. 4 volunteers worked on clearing downed trees and low hanging trees away fromdfsdf trails and 2 volunteers worked on rolling and packing classic trails.
Tracks and skate are in great shape on
Anchor Power line to Anchor Cut Off
Tomorrow we plan to flat drag the classic only trails and then Lay tracks.
And finish up the rest of Anchor (Zig Zag, Roller Coster, Part of lower Anchor)
Seagull (to Summit)
Northern Lights (Summit to Cabin)
Grooming Plan post snow storm
It is Wednesday night and the wind is howling. Around 5 PM there was about 6" of new accumulation at the base of the Alpine slopes and it was still falling heavily.
Groomers are planing on starting clean up tomorrow around 9am starting with clearing major drifts and working their way down Abbey Road, up Seagull to the Summit, Nothern Lights and Buzz.
They also plan on getting sugarbush and seagull classic trails packed. If all goes well there should be skiable tracks by Thursday Afternoon.
Groomers! Please submit your reports here.