Our world is already blanketed in super light fluff. There's about an inch or two already on top of the groom and the forecast is for snow throughout the day (and tomorrow has pretty exciting snow totals too).
All trails are open and groomed. Trails are quite firm after the cold weather and the powder on top should make for fun skiing.
Tonight we have our full moon ski and snowshoe, but it will not be very bright (98% cloud cover), so if you're joining us, bring a headlamp!
The accumulating snow will keep Nordic trails closed for fat biking through the weekend. If you really want to ride your fat bike, head to Smart's Brook or Greeley Pond trails where snowshoes may have packed trails. Besides sinking in, riding in soft snow is way too much work to be fun!
We now have select skis by Fischer, Atomic & Salomon from 25%-40% off, with another 6 weeks of skiing, do it on new equipment. Our Swix sale rack also has some new additions.
See you up here,
Notes & Events:
2/11 Ski & Snowshoe moonlight tour Snowshoe (full, sign up for the one in March!)
2/18 Women’s Clinic (filling up quick, reserve your space)
Salomon, Atomic & Fischer Demo Day
2/25 Polartec Fat Bike Championship & Fatty Fest (register online http://fatbikenh.com/info/)
Fischer Ski Demo Day
3/5 Granite State Snowshoe Championships & Fest
WV Fat Bike Race (all ages and levels (call to register)
3/11-12 Paintball Biathlon Family, youth & sprint courses
3/11 Ski & Snowshoe moonlight tour
3/26 2nd Annual Skier Cross, Leroy’s Loop on the mtn.