There is a lot of water under the snow in many areas. Be careful out there!
We groomed four days this week, and made it across most of the normal trail system except Sunset, Varney Creek, Cabin, and Pelican. We put the tiller on last week and it makes a nice trail
There is a lot of snow near the Brown Mtn. Shelter. The Pederson trail going south has 3-4 feet on the trail. We groomed Keno Access from Howard Prairie to about a mile East of Miner's Creek road. Lots of good coverage out there.
Snow is not as plentiful south of Fish Lake toward Deadwood Snow park. We won 't be grooming Road 37 due to lack of snow. There are a lot of bare spots on the pavement.
The trail from the south part of the Cabin trail to the Buck Peak is not passable. The water is 2-3 feet deep. No snow remains on that trail for about 100 yards. That's definitely an area to avoid.
Four Mile, East Four Mile, the Return Loop, Cold Springs, and Pelican still have a lot of snow. We did not make it to Pelican today due to low visibility on the mountain.
Grooming for the season is mostly over, we will try to get out a few more days depending on snow received this weekend. Our permit does not allow the cat on the trails if there is less than 6" of snow to prevent damage to the road surfaces. We are there in a lot of areas.
It's been a GREAT season with the new Pisten Bully!