Happy New Year 2015

Happy New Year!

We are really hoping the snow in 2015 will pile up and be soft and fluffy! I have not given up yet and hopefully you have not either. Weather forecast for Sunday looks hopeful.

While the I-90 corridor is currently scant of snow at pass level, there is snow up high. I've heard good reports from up on Amabilis out of Cabin Creek. The only grooming so far is out of Cabin Creek and Salmon La Sac. I heard the snow conditions out of Fish Lake Sno-Park were as good as it gets last week. In addition, Lake Wenatchee is putting out a good report.

Upcoming activities for next weekend are:

Ski For Light out of Erling Stordahl on Saturday

Jente Loppet grooming and Treats on the Trail out of Hyak on Sunday.

Also, refer to activity calendar here

This organization - Central Cascades Winter Recreation Council has their monthy meeting Tuesday Jan. 6 at the Mercer Island Library. Draft agenda posted on this page.

Later this month:

Jan 17th, Saturday, Ski for Light at Erling Stordahl

Jan 18th, Sunday, Gunnar Hagen at Cabin Creek.

Since there is not a whole lot of news, I thought I would post a few links from around the state:

Plenty of fun at Mt. spokane:

and check out "Skijor Spokane" on Facebook.

Everyones favorite area - Methow Trails

When you are up in north central Washington, go check out Highlands Sno-Park:

fat bike policy out of Leavenworth Ski Association:

and as some of you are probably in mourning over the demise of the Hog Loppet, the replacement trek is the Moose Dewlap

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