Grumble, grumble. It's warm and though we got snow, this morning the precipitation is mixed. We will not be grooming and depending on how warm it gets today and tomorrow, we may have close trails until temps drop.
For the next couple days I recommend going for a walk in the woods, or for a bike ride or playing cards. The less we hit the trails, the better they'll be when it freezes and after a groom. It's still looking like Friday night before the temps drop enough for us to get out and groom.
The weekend should be great though, and there's plenty of snow, so don't despair, just take a couple days off of winter!
Please call us with any questions.
See you up here,
Notes and Events:
In case you haven't heard, we have a "Lesson to Season Pass" promotion on this season. Purchase and complete 5 group or private lessons (price varies) and you earn a Nordic Season Pass. This is a great way to take on a new sport. If you're already a skier, take 5 private lessons, bump up your skills and get a pass to boot!
And, the first of our annual Women's Clinics is scheduled for the following Saturday 1/14 9-4:30. This is a great way to get started with the sport or work with our advanced instructors to improve your technique. Grab a friend and spend the day with us. Two on-snow clinics are followed by yoga and a "Wine and Wax" clinic. Second Annual Swix Trunk Sale. Call to pre-register and reserve your place.
Also on 1/14 is Kris Freeman's Advanced Skate Clinic 10:00-11:30. These clinics are for intermediate and up. You don't have to keep up with Kris, but you do need to be able to ski. His clinics are a fantastic place to learn what Kris does and what you can do to move better and faster.
1/14 Salomon, Atomic and Fischer Ski Demo 9-3pm. Try before you buy. Try just because new skis are fun.