Nordic ski trail grooming report – December 14, 2014
Report courtesy of Mike Looney, Groomer
December 14, 2014
Sunday, December 14, 10:00AM report: Kelly Park, Kelly Tie-In, Upper and Lower Surveyor Park, Moose Ridge, Tree Loop and Old Road Trail all freshly groomed this morning. Less than 1" of new snow in past 24 hours, lightly snowing now. Road is plowed. Watch for possible water overflow on the lower end of Lower Surveyor where the trail crosses the creek – can get through, but be careful. Be cautious of wildlife in the area – there are a lot of deer and moose around and may be encountered on the trails. As always, control your pets and please clean up after your dogs and remove their droppings off the ski trails. This Nordic Ski Trail grooming report is courtesy of the Sublette County Recreation Board. For more information, call or text Mike Looney, 307-360-8488.
Editor’s note: White Pine is open for alpine skiing Thursday through Sunday and has food and restroom services. There is also a restroom in the Warming Hut by the Nordic ski trails near the White Pine parking lot. There is no cost to use the Nordic ski trails.