February 9th Trails Update

February 9th Trails Update

Willoughby State Forest Weekly Trails Update

All the trails have been groomed as of 2/9/2018, which include the Little Loop, Middle Loop, Bartlett Loop, the Connector trail, the CCC road and the Bartlett Mountain rd. Tracks are set on the Little and along with the two roads. Willoughby State Forest is a testament of just how much snow we get in the NEK. This last storm dumped probably a foot and half of powder on the mountain. The trails are groomed nicely but still a little soft, but with the warm temps this weekend they should harden up. Make time and get out there and enjoy the trails!

SNOW REPORT: Willoughby State Forest Nordic Trails

Conditions: Packed powder where groomed.
PLEASE SKI SAFELY! AND HAVE FUN!

Trail Length Condition Notes
CCC Road 2.75 K open, groomed, track set
Bartlett Mtn Loop 1.5 K open, groomed
Connector 1.0 K open, groomed
Bartlett Mtn Road 2.5 K open, groomed, track set
Small Loop 1.5 K open, groomed, track set
Middle Loop 2.75 K open, groomed
Total 12.0 K

About Willoughby State Forest Trails

The Willoughby trails include 12 kilometers of wide groomed terrain suitable for both skate and classic skiing and are a gateway to other parts of Willoughby State Forest. Other uses (snowshoeing, walking, crampons, etc.) should avoid the groomed lanes and keep to one side (please). Leashed dogs (per Westmore Ordinance) are permitted; visitors are expected to clean up after their dogs on the groomed trails and in the parking area.

Trails are groomed 2-3 days per week, weather permitting. Trail use is by donation (suggested $5/person) and helps defray maintenance and grooming expenses. Thank you.

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NorthWoods Trails Update

NorthWoods trails have not been groomed after this last storm but we aim to start them tomorrow.

About NorthWoods Stewardship Center Nordic Trails

Ten Mile Square Road, East Charleston, Vt

We are open for skiing and snowshoeing during business hours, Monday-Friday, and offer a variety of terrain and trails. Staff is on-hand to provide rentals, answer questions, distribute maps and lead guided programs (see our website for a complete list of winter activities). Maps
and information are available at the Lodge and at selected trail locations. Trail donations are collected on the honor system and help pay for grooming and trail maintenance expenses. For after hours and weekend use, check-in at our back entry and outdoor info kiosk.

NorthWoods Business Hours: Mon – Fri 8am- 4:30pm
Trail use: $5/person/day (suggested donation)
Ski Rentals: $10/day (nnn bindings and boots)
Snowshoe Rentals: $5/day
Weekend and after hours Rentals are by appointment
Maps and Sign-in at our outdoor kiosk.

We are dog-friendly! (Please clean up after your pet)

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2018-02-09T14:58:47+00:00 February 9th, 2018|Highlights, News, Trail Reports|