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Grooming & Snow Report

Blue Lake

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Last Groomed:

Please use Owlhead for access to Blue Lake.
Ploughed & bare to 21 km.
No Grooming due to logging.

Snow Report:

 200 cm base at cabin.

Notices: Watch for Logging trucks during the week and service trucks on the weekends

Eagle Pass

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Last Groomed: Groomed the evening of March 1 st.
10 riders since last groomed.
Snow Report: 210 cm base at the cabin  9 cm of fresh this past weekend.
Notices: All Sleds can leave from the bottom parking lot.We have ploughed to the 1 km parking lot for trucks and deck trucks only, No trailers up top yet as its too icy.
Groomed trail right to the cabin.
Watch for water bars at
2 ,9.5,14.5, & 16.5 km.


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Last Groomed:

Groomed the evening of Feb 27.
30 riders since last groomed.
We started to groom thru the Skyline route by turning off at 16km going over the skyline bridge and turning left off the 1st spur road and hooking back up on the main trail.
The reason for this is o bypass the 1st meadows bridge wash out.

Snow Report:

200 cm base at the cabin

Notices: All Trucks and small trailers going to the 2.5 parking lot.Bare up to 2 km.
Trucks with Big trailers should good tires & must have chains for the last .5 km.
Please Slow Down on the connector.


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Last Groomed: Groomed the evening of Feb 21.
70 riders since last groomed.
Snow Report: 210 cm base at the cabin.
Notices: Trucks and deck trucks with small trailers.
Bare road up to 8 km and ice to 14km where we unloaded our groomer.
We have re-opened & grromed the old trail from 14 km up to the sand pit where it meets the main trail because of long bare spots down to 17km.


Trails will be Groomed after 75 sleds or as soon as possible. 
PLEASE!!! Pack OUT what you Pack IN.

  • - Please do not drive your vehicle on groomed trails.
  • - Stay on the right side of the trail.
  • - Watch for grooming equipment and give them right-of-way
  • - Travel on and off the groomed trails is completely at the Sledders Own Risk.


Last updated:  Tuesday 03-Mar-15 10:28:PM PST by Gord Bushell

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