holiday weekend

Erling Stordahl ski trails are a great gem for a wide variety of skiers. You want steep? check. Flats? check. Curves? check. Winter scenes? check. Views? check. This trail system is groomed on Friday-Sunday and has excellent skiing. Winding in and out of the groomed trails are marked ungroomed snowshoe routes.

This Saturday, Ski for Light will be on the system. If you are interested in guiding, go check it out and see what they do. Reminder - this is when tracks are set side by side.

With the wild week of weather and more to come, grooming is a treat and skiing should be good. I've been told the NEW GROOMING MACHINE for Lake Easton State Park has arrived! I have been unsuccessful in obtaining a photo of it in use, but it should be out there. This new equipment was purchased after years of saving funds and had finally secured approval last summer.

Coming up at the end of the month - the 25th and 25th - Patrol Race sponsored by Meany Lodge and Treats on the Trail by Snoqualmie Nordic.

Don't forget Meany has Trek and Lunch on Saturdays.

Also coming up - a frequently heard request - "I want to skijor with my dog - how?"

Skijoring clinic Thursday March 2nd, 7 PM Newport Way Library in Eastgate off I-90. Please email to to reserve your spot. Dryland clinic Thursday night and for those that need a little help on the snow, help will be there the following Saturday March 4th at Crystal Springs Sno-Park. FREE!

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