December 5, 2018 Grooming Report;    

December 5, 2018 Grooming Report;  

Thank you Trail Builders: Today’s report is brought to you by The Old Codgers. The Old Codgrs are feted at the 10k mark of the Noque’.  Without folks like Don Hurst, Keith Kepler and Jim Kidder we would not be able to enjoy the great skiing we have come to expect.  So, if you see  Don, Keith or Jim,  please say thanks. If you have not done so, please renew your membership.

Forestville Real Grooming Report:  Today Andy is grooming and resetting track with the Gator and 108” wide Ginzu on the Noque’ to the pines, Animoosh, Chiwaji, Muckwa and Migizi.  Tomorrow the plan is to roll pack to 510 and Bagwagi!

As always, your feedback is appreciated.

Saux Head: Tim and John will roll as soon as weather permits.

Fit Strip: Tom will groom as soon as weather permits.

Big Bay Pathway: Too little snow in the woods so trails are closed. The Big Bay Trails are groomed for classic skiing and are through the rugged hills south of Big Bay. They are spectacular but need ample snow to cover the rugged terrain.   We groom as weather permits so think cold and snow. Trails are just off Co Rd 550 in Big Bay.

 

Way Too Long Grooming Report:    It really feels like winter now with the projected opening of Bagwagi and the run to Co Rd 510.  I mean, as if 20k of groomed trails are not enough.  But, seriously, if you have not enjoyed the section from 17k to Co Rd 510 you really need to get out there.  If it is a bridge too far you may consider being dropped off at 510 and ski back.  Also, if you don’t ski Bagwagi you are missing the most spectacular skiing anywhere on the planet; mature mixed hardwoods and groves of over mature hemlock winding through the beautiful hills over looking Hog Back, Sugar Loaf and Lake Superior in the background.  Please do get out and enjoy these tow gems.

Sondo