It’s New Year’s weekend, always an extraordinarily busy weekend at Bearskin. We’d go so far as to say a “crazy weekend” at Bearskin. So we have a little advice if you are coming to visit our ski trail system:
- A snowshoe trail is different from a ski trail. The middle of a ski trail is still a SKI TRAIL. Snowshoes ruin the trail for skiers. We have a really nice, separate snowshoe trail for you. Let us help you find the right trail!
- Those “no dogs” signs on our trails mean = no dogs. Not even your dog. Dogs ruin the grooming. Quinn has to do a lot of extra work this morning redoing the trails because of someone’s dog yesterday.
- Park at Golden Eagle! Start on the north side. If you get to our parking lot and there is not a sensible spot, park on the Golden Eagle side. So easy! So much smarter than some of the unsafe parking we saw yesterday.
- You need to buy a ski pass. This is not a state-funded trail. These gorgeous trails through the woods don’t just happen— it takes so much work. Your ski tickets help fund all that effort.
Current snow measurements from Golden Eagle on 12/31:
New Snow Last 24 hours: 4.75”
New Snow Last 7 days: 15.50”
Trail Base, Staked: Average 5-8”
Snow in Woods, Staked: Average 13-15”
Groomed with classic track: 65 km
Groomed with skate lane: 55 km
Surface Conditions: Fresh snow
Last grooming day: 12-31-20
Total season snowfall: 31.75”