Jan 5, 2014 – After several winters with no snow until February this year it looks like we may have the best trail conditions for skiing and snowshoeing in over a decade! A heavy ice storm 2 weeks ago did drop lots of limbs and bent over the small trees into the trails.
Thanks to many hours of work by Carl Holmquist and the groomer team the trails are now in very good shape. There is some narrowing of the trails from the ice but that will improve with temps above 30 next week. Every storm requires 6-20 hours of groom time, so keep this in mind when you pass by the donation post and keep the trails going!
Remember in winter, ski trails are for skiing only, snowshoers and walkers should use the narrow Lynx, Harold Libbey, Outback, Ghost, and Winter trails. There is a short shared section of the Moose Odyssey Trail for about 400 feet with the Lynx trail.
Its also important to leash your pet. They can go on the narrow trails only. Dog excrement should be removed to the side of the trails. We have had several incidents of skiers being knocked down by loose dogs and continue to get complaints from other trail users of unleashed dogs. Help keep Libby Hill dog friendly by respecting other trail users.