It's seem silly to say brrr at teen temperatures, but with the breeze up here, it does feel chilly! This should not dissuade any of us from getting out there though--conditions are just too good.
We got a little dusting (up to 2" actually) overnight, which means the trails groomed earliest will have some windblown track and fresh snow, which should be good for another day of classic skiing with a hard wax. The snow is starting to transform some and we have some weather headed our way over the next couple days, so should make for some more interesting layers to our snowpack (right now we have snow, rain, snow for Tues, Wed, Thurs--Mostly this means that if it warms up as much as the forecast is predicting, we will not be grooming Wednesday and Thursday will be a catch up to get everything back in action).
Currently trails remain firm enough for fat biking.
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
Salomon, Atomic & Fischer Demo Day
2/25 Polartec Fat Bike Championship & Fatty Fest
Fischer Ski Demo Day
3/5 Granite State Snowshoe Championships & Fest
WV Fat Bike Race
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.
Our Mid-Winter sale continues with all Salomon and Atomic classic skin skis 30% off, plenty of skiing left this season, why not do it on a new pair of skis? Swix clothing closeouts remain at 35% off and through Feb 17th, all Nordic Season Passholders can purchase Swix clothing at 25% off!