LAST CALL FOR WINTER
Get the final updates of the season for trail and ice conditions daily as winter winds down!
Caberfae Peaks Ski Conditions -
BASE: up to 30"
7.5" last 48 hrs; 145.5" YTD
LIFTS OPEN: 5
SLOPES OPEN: 29
We received another 4.5" of new snow yesterday during the day yesterday, bringing the 48 hour total to 7.5 inches. The forecast is calling for increasing sunshine and a high of 34 today. Enjoy the sunshine and incredible snow conditions. March Madness Season Pass Sale! Ski or Ride the rest of this season for only $99!
LATE SEASON LIFT HOURS:
March 18 & 19th - 9am to 4:30pm
March 20-24th - Not Operating
March 25 & 26th - 9am to 4:30pm
MacKenzie XC Ski Trail
Updated: Feb 23rd - 5-6 inches of snow has fallen and we’ve groomed it into all but the very outer loops. The XC skiing is really good with the exception of a few wet spots where some dirt and leaves are coming through. Learn more about the MacKenzie Trail here.
Cadillac Pathway Conditions -
Winter Sports Trail
Groomed mid day after receiving a few inches of snow. Riding on Friday was awesome. Expect Saturday to be equally as good. There are sections of dirt and sections of a thin base but your fat tire will go through it just fine. Support our volunteer grooming efforts today!
XC Ski Trail
XC Trail - Groomed this evening. Expect sections to be great and others to not be. Sections that are close to where they logged a couple of years ago get a lot of sun exposure and the warm weather and sun this past week has left those areas bare. But there is some fun to be had. No more grooms planned unless we get more snow.
Snowmobile Report -
Base: 0-2" inches
PAST 24 Hrs: 3"
CONDITIONS: Poor to Fair
Maybe the last ride for the season? Got about 3” so far, with a few more expected...won’t last long with upcoming temps, so get out and play while you can!
Stay tuned for grooming updates.
Ice Fishing Report -
Much of the snow from earlier in the week is turning to slush on top. There seems to be more slush over by the coves on Mitchell and by Kenwood park on Cadillac. All that weight on top is pushing down on the ice so water will rush up out of your holes. SUBTRACT about 3/4" from the waterline on the tape measure to get a closer idea of the actual ice thickness. More updates from Pilgrim Village Fishing Shop.