Grooming trails everyday this week. Main FS road, East Creek and Campground trails all groomed and skiing well.
Approx. 6″ of fresh snow this morning.
Big Thank you to:
Pine Needle Mountaineering, Backcountry Experience, 2nd Ave Sports for their support of this event.
If you forgot to pick up your drivers license, or a pair of gloves, you can retrieve them at Durango Running Company, 473 E. College, (next to Homeslice) between the hours of 10am-6pm
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Expecting snow overnight and tomorrow. We will be out grooming trails early tomorrow morning in preparation for Demo Day. More snow is always a good thing and we will do our best to pack and groom that snow for your skiing pleasure!
Between 3″ and 8″ fell at Vallecito from this storm. Main road has been rolled but not groomed for classic or skating. Coverage is very thin. The first half of the road should be good light touring or snowshoeing. Too soft for skating. We are hoping that snow sets up overnight and we will try to groom tomorrow (Sat. Dec. 29) Thank you for your patience.
Dec. 2, 2018 Update:
We are getting close. approximately 4″-6″ on the ground at Vallecito trails. We need about 8″ before we can get the machines out on the trails. Hopefully in the next few days…Will continue to update.
FYI, word is there is good, groomed Nordic skiing at Lizard Head Pass and Trout Lake!!