Mt. McIntyre ski report

Copper to Best Chance, Lower Valley, Upper Valley, Coyote, Cox Leg, Powerline, Raven, Dog, Sundog, World Cup 5K, and 10K, Pierre Harvey and Olympic were groomed in the last couple of days.

Trail Conditions

Superblue weather continues!

Copper to Best Chance, Lower Valley, Upper Valley, Coyote, Cox Leg, Powerline, Raven, Dog, Sundog, World Cup 5K, and 10K, Pierre Harvey and Olympic were groomed in the last couple of days. Excellent for classic and skating.

Most other trails are still very good for classic and skating. 

McIntyre Ascent and Descent and Sarah Steele Trails will be groomed by Friday morning. 

The trail lights are on from dusk to 9:30 p.m. on weeknights.

Trails and chalet will be open to the public during the Arctic Winter Games. 

Safety reminders:

•Carry a cell phone and let somebody know where you are skiing.

•Be prepared – carry matches, safety blanket, and hand warmers.

•Take a map and know where you are – be familiar with the emergency supply caches that are located on the trails.

Wax Suggestions:  Rode Blue. Use superblue if more grip needed.  If temperatures rise as forecast, use Rode multigrade violet. Check the wax of the day board for current suggestion.

Events and Program Information

Air North Challenge 2012 is underway. Ski all the trails by February 29 and win a flight on Air North or a season pass for the ski club. Last day to register is February 25. The draw is Feb. 29 at 6 p.m.

Coast Mountain Sports Wax & Wine is on February 29. 

Hut to Hut to Hut tour on Saturday.

Subway Ski S’Cool ends this week. Welcome Kindergarten, Grade 1 and 2 students. 

Hours of Operation

Wax Room: Mon. to Fri. 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.  Sat./Sun. 9a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Ski Base is open Mon. to Fri. 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat./Sun. 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. 

There will be reduced access to the change room during the Arctic Winter Games.

For updated trail conditions and event information check the website

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