GROOMING REPORT – February 2, 2023 10:56AM

(Updated prior to 8:30pm nightly for upcoming grooming and prior to 8am each morning with our updated snow conditions from the operators’ seat)

 

BLUE LAKE: Groomed evening of January 31st, 79 Riders since last groomed. At Blue Cabin we have 245cm (96″) base with 25cm (10″) of fresh. 

EAGLE PASS: Grooming evening of February 1st; 85 Riders since last groomed. Our operator reports a base of 260cm (102″) base with 25cm (9″) FRESH POWDER!!! Otherwise smooth sailing on the trail, which has been holding up well with the cold temperatures.

OWLHEAD: Groomed evening of January 31st; 99 Riders since last groomed. We have 230-250cm (94″) base with 12cm (4-6″) fresh. We are parking in the main lot for staging after tonight’s snowfall.

QUEEST: Groomed January 30th, 31 Riders since last groomed. The probe at the top of the trail on the 30th showed 180cm base with 2″ fresh snow ~ but lots of snow is accumulating up top since. We are offering a groomed trail right to the top of the super bowl, and we look forward to sharing Sled Sicamous’ shortest trail with you! **Please be cautious on the road up to the parking lot- it can be slippery!!**

              

A few important notes:

  • Pack out what you pack in – and we appreciate your assistance with keeping the cabins clean.
  • We remind anyone utilizing FSR’s to be mindful to carry radios and call up/down your kilometres as required.

Thank you and, as always, Sled Safely!

TRAIL GROOMING

Trails will be groomed after 75 sleds; in the evening ***BEGINNING AT DUSK*** 

  • 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 Sledder’s Own Risk.
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