Thankyou Western Auto Weckers and Towing for moving the Br 275 from Ladybird over to our shop on Goose Creek again this season for us.Try to support them if you need their services or just say thankyou for helping out the club as it helps us greatly. Also thank you to all our other sponsors throughout the season.
Grooming has ended on both sides now and signage has been removed from the trails.
Still good spring snow up top. Stay safe as creeks and ditches will start to open up soon.
Shaw Cabin update
Great turnout for the Shaw Cabin workparty yesterday. The crew managed to restock the firewood storage area, do some trail delimbing before the cabin and get most of the reno supplies up to the cabin for the next cabin reno day.
Thankyou to everyone that made it out was great to meet some new people.
On Goose sleds unloaded just up above the 2k bluffs but it will melt quick to about 3k as there was not much snow to there.
Ladybird Trails April 19th 2023
Norns Creek Trail groomed to 19km
Probed 270cms of base and 10cms of fresh
Snow was heavy all the way to 19km.
Last groom for this season. Still unloading in the parking lot on
Ladybird,but pretty thin in some spots on the trail
Thankyou to everyone who helped make this season a success.
Be safe out there if your still out enjoying the backcountry.
Ladybird Trails April 12th 2023
Norns Creek Trail groomed to 19km cat turnaround.
Probed 275cms of base and 28cms of fresh at 19km.
East Ladybird groomed to 19km.
All went well although snow was wet and heavy most of the way.
Wet sticky snow means trouble for grooming but we wanted to
get the fresh packed out before it got rough so we decided to get on it.
At the 4km marker on the trail there seems to be a culvert issue. Water is making its way to the next one but use caution as spring means things change quickly. We marked the spot with a couple of hazard signs.
Be safe out there as the 30cms of fresh is sitting on a layer of wet heavy snow. Check avy conditions before heading out.
Road is open thanks to quick work by everyone on this. Use caution as culverts are at their maximum capacity.