9.3.2011 Getting the ski trails ready for winter

Trail work in preparation for the winter season is well underway. Fallen trees need to be cut down, the grass and underbrush needs to be mowed, and overhanging branches need to be trimmed back before the snow falls.

 Guests often tell us that they would enjoy clearing the trails. This year you can join us for the first Bearskin Lodge Trail Work Weekend,  October 28-30, 2011     Join Quinn, Andy, Bob, and Ryan for the final trimming on Bearskin’s miles and miles of wilderness Ski Trails.

Check into your Bearskin cabin Friday night. Join the crew Saturday morning on the trails for final hand trimming.  Work until 1:00,  then head back to your cabin for a late lunch.  Join us Saturday night for dinner in the main lodge.  Check out on Sunday morning.  Trail and safety equipment provided by Bearskin Lodge and the USFS. 

Must reserve by October 15th for this special price.  Cost: $96 per person.  Includes two night lodging, dinner Saturday night, and use of Bearskin facilities: Hot tub, sauna, canoes, and kayaks.

A cooperative effort of Bearskin Lodge, The Central Gunflint Ski Trail Association, and the U S Forest Service.

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