Grooming Report

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Ski Club Grooming

South Flower  2/17/18 Everything below Jabber Junction rolled and tracks set for classic and skating! 

Golf Course  Both sides of golf course groomed 2/17/18
2/17/18  " New Nine" "Back 9" "Wilderness 9"  This is the part of the golf course with the big driving range!   The Wilderness 9 is groomed -- double classic tracks. We do not groom a skating lane at the golf course.  Parking lot has been plowed.  Please enter and exit through the marked passage in the berm.

2/17/18 " Old Nine"  "Front 9"   "Cabinet 9" We now have a volunteer grooming a loop from the clubhouse that is specifically for those who like to ski with their dogs.   Please be considerate and pick up after them!  There are 2 entry points:  about 20 yards down Country Club Rd and from the parking lot at the clubhouse. 

Bear Creek  (Hiway 2 and Bear Crk Rd 8 miles south of Libby) 2/16/18 There was 6" of new snow when Jon got there and it snowed 2" while he was working. He made 3 passes grading and set track.   Bear Cr is rated  VERY GOOD.  Jon recommends that people NOT ski the most difficult loop.  The rain on snow event of a couple weeks ago took out the base at the bottom of the downhills.  He was able to fill these back in with the current storm snow, but is concerned about the quality of this base material.  I do NOT know if the parking area has been plowed.   If you ski here, please let me know!!!  This is a good place to bring your dog to play in the snow!

Flatiron Summit  (25 miles north of Libby on Pipe Creek road) 2/6/18
 packed and graded   Rated VERY GOOD!

Troy grooming report 

Cougar Ridge:   Trail was groomed Tuesday, January 16, 2018 

Coming from Troy/Libby take Hwy 2 West to the Junction with the Yaak Hwy 508.  Turn Right and travel just over 1 mile and Cougar Ridge Road #2238 is on your left and is marked with a XC skier symbol.  There is a large parking area and a bulletin board, we groom from the gate to the 3 mile marker.  (3 miles out and 3 miles back).


Ross Creek: Trail was groomed on Friday, January 12, 2018  Moose with 2 calves on the road.... be careful!!

Take Hwy 56 south and turn right just past the south end of Bull Lake(the turn is well marked).  Follow the road towards Ross creek cedars and park at the Ross creek turnoff at the Gate.  There is a large pullout and bulletin board on the right that we use as the trail head.  We groom from the Gate to the upper parking area where the nature loop parking is in the summer.  This is about 3.5 miles each way.



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