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Reports: 60   Report Age Region
Minnesota Northeast
  Duluth area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • May 2 - Spirit Mountain downhill area (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: The groomer just pushed all the big moguls down!
    I went for a ski on Spirit's downhill area and was pleasantly surprised to see the groomer out there flattening the really tall moguls! He created a really nice long stretch to play on that should last at least a few days even in this heat. The snow is a few feet deep at least! Go ski in May, or just take a sled and play! This snow is to the way right as you are looking up the hill. You can park in lot "A" and go down to it very easily.
    Photos:  
    (Eve Graves)
  • Apr 14 - Snowflake Nordic Ski Center (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: The parking lot was almost dry! The trails had some grass, some ice, some slush, and some snow!
    Snowflake is for all purposes, "done" for the year. Huge thank you to both John's who groomed tirelessly until the last drop, and to both Dave's who filled in when needed! The 5k was about 40% connected with very few long patches. Special K was 80% connected at the start and finish of it and 50% in between. The 10k has the most snow, least use and may be good for another day or two of rock classic skiing. this may have been my last time skiing at Snowflake forever -- the "digger" is already parked at Snowflake as of today!
    Photos:  
    (Eve Graves)
  • Apr 13 - Magney-Snively Trail (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 50% connected with some pretty long patches of snow.
    Magney has had some pretty good skiing for the past 5 1/2 months, thanks Mother Nature! For the rest of those "die hards" who love this trail system, sorry, it's done for the year. The patches of grass were about equal to the snow, but the long patches of snow were really fun! Unfortunately the 4 Wheelers continue to frequent that trail, but the city has a bunch more meetings before they can physically do anything about it.
    Photos:  
    (Eve Graves)
  • Apr 9 - Snowflake Nordic Ski Center (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Groomed powder over icy base on the 5km with some bare spots. Groomed today.
    Went to Snowflake to try one last ski. It was much better than expected and surprisingly good most of the way. There are about five spots requiring careful double poling through minimal snow and one melted-out downhill with just a tiny strip of snow on the edge. In a few places the thickness of the base is evident by narrow melted gaps across the trail left after March's rainstorm and the streams of running water. There is a lot of snow left on most of the loop!
    (Bruce Bauer)
  • Apr 9 - Snowflake Nordic Ski Center (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Great for late season skiing.
    5k is groomed for classic and skate overall very nice with a few icy and open spots. South downhills have thin snow cover.
    (John jereczek)
  • Apr 7 - Boulder Lake Management Area Ski Trails (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Wet spring snow but more than enough to ski.
    Trails haven't seen much traffic, one old pair of tracks ahead of us. There is an atv track running around most of blue ox and nine pine, although that actually made the skiing a bit faster in spots, plus a really slushy spot on nine pine that can be maneuvered through. A few down trees but fun spring skiing. Snow was saturated enough we kicked around on our skate skis. No grooming.
    (Paul Lozom)
  • Apr 6 - Snowflake Nordic Ski Center (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Great late-season skiing.
    Went around the freshly groomed 5K and Special K a couple of times beginning at dusk. With the exception of a few thin spots both the skate lane and classic track were in excellent condition. An enjoyable evening ski!
    (Gordon Mesedahl)
  • Apr 6 - Snowflake Nordic Ski Center (Duluth): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Groomed this afternoon - Slick.
    We received 3 inches of fresh snow this week and it was enough to cover some of the bare spots. Great conditions for Spring Skiing.
    (Cole Maetzold)
  Northshore/Gunflint area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 10 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Excellent - perfect mid-season corduroy skate deck throughout the big 19 mile loop! Doesn't get any better. Thanks for the great grooming!
    (Chip Tabor)
  • Apr 9 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Very good classic track on Onion River trail and over to Homestead loop.
    Skied the Onion loop and went over to Homestead Loop and back (L to J) and was surprised to find that trail nicely groomed skate and classic. Around 23 degrees. Couple feet of snow.
    (Wayne Nelson)
  • Apr 9 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Amazing April skiing on the Norwegian riviera!
    It almost seemed like a April fools joke but the day started out at -11 F but warmed up into the mid 20's under cobalt blue skies. All of the trails were freshly groomed today after quite a bit of new snow and cold temps this week. There are a few thin spots but most of the trail has a surprisingly deep packed base of up to a foot of snow in places. I brought my no wax skis however you could have used blue wax today. These trails are probably the best in the Midwest and make for wonderful spring skiing. The grooming is incredible and should be supported with our donations so they can keep it up.
    Photos:  
    (Gene Karwoski)
  • Apr 9 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Onion River Road groomed to the end for skating and double tracked for classic. Excellent conditions - sunshine, moderate temperature, good snow. Some additional grooming also for the short loop back to the parking lot. Sugarbush had skiers from Duluth and Thunder Bay today - getting busy there.
    (Russ Ludeke)
  • Apr 7 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Sugarbush got about 4+ inches yesterday and has been groomed for skate from the Onion River trailhead to the 2K marker. From 1 PM to 3 PM it was soft but very skiable and the glide is good - the snow had a good deal of water in it and it's packing down nicely and should get still better with cold nights and more grooming. This is a real treat after a winter of so much man-made snow.
    (Russ Ludeke)
  • Apr 5 - Bally Creek Trails (Grand Marais): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: People groomed and nice tracks set. Good thick snow pack.
    Road to trail head is in good shape. Lots of trails have been skied. No machine grooming; just the users.
    (Tom McCann)
  • Apr 4 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Excellent grooming of the skate deck and nicely cut classic tracks. A great day to play hooky from work - sunny, calm, temperature in the mid-20s.
    (Russ Ludeke)
  • Apr 4 - Sugarbush Trail System (Tofte): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 3" of fresh powder on top of solid base. Freshly groomed.
    We received about 3" of fresh powder yesterday and the groomer got right on it. Liz and I skied today on the Onion River Road portion of the trail and found a freshly groomed skate lane and new set tracks. The trail was groomed late yesterday, so I'm guessing that this morning the conditions were perfect. We skied this afternoon when the sun had softened the snow a bit. Both of us used our classical skin skis and had a great time. Skate lane was a little soft yet from the fresh snow and the tracks varied from packed powder to a little icy. Timing is everything. Overall great conditions for this time of the year.
    Photos:  
    (Greg Fangel)
  • Apr 4 - Pincushion Mountain Trail (Grand Marais): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Fantastic, packed powder on April 4!!
    Woke up this morning to 5F degrees, and thought it would be good to check out the Pincushion Trails. We had gotten a few inches of snow over the weekend, and figured I would be breaking trail. Much to my delight the groomers were out! Skiing is especially good for skating, and there is also a pretty decent classic track in most places. With temperatures staying cool this week, and some new snow predicted, we will hopefully have skiing through this upcoming weekend.
    (Timothy Lederle)
  • Apr 3 - Bally Creek Trails (Grand Marais): 
    Firsthand 

    Broke trail on part of the Sundling Loop, Wildlife Pond and skijoring trails. Not perfect but very skiable.
    (Barb LaVigne)

 

Wisconsin Northwest

  Cable/Hayward area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 9 - Birkie Trail (Hayward): 
    Firsthand 

    3 inches of new (cold) snow. Bottom layer was frozen to the ground, top was powder. Skied from OO to High Point and back. One of the best ski days of the year. It might have one more day in it.
    Photos:  
    (Jeff Tumbleson)
  Other locations
  • Apr 8 - Round Lake Trail (Phillips): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 5 inches of snow on ungroomed ski trail. Did 8 miles. Climbed over 6 or so downed trees. Beautifully views of lake and ponds.
    The next skier doesn't have to break trail like I did.
    (Brian Ciske)

 

Wisconsin Northeast

  Rhinelander/Eagle River area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 8 - McNaughton Lake Trail (Lake Tomahawk): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Striding: Good spring conditions, skied-in-track.
    We got about 6 inches of snow the last two days, more importantly it got cold last night, down to 22 degrees, so the snow today was powder and not sticky. I skied the green loop and made a nice track, even under the pines from the shelter was good skiing - no rocks, no wet spots, just lots of smiles. The trees were beautiful!
    Photos:  
    (Greg Dahl)

 

Michigan Upper Peninsula

  Ironwood area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 15 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: End of the season conditions. A short walk at hospital trailhead to where snow base starts. Cliffs trail has few smaller bare spots easy to ski around. Cliff hanger your can ski until snow stops then turn back. Three Sisters still doable. Still good base in the shade. Not bad for 70 and sunny!
    Ski and bike all in the same day. Sweet!
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 14 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand 

    Great spring skiing conditions. The headwall (going up the hill at chalet trailhead) and Cliff Hanger have some bare spots. Cliff's Trail and Three Sisters are fully covered as of 2pm this afternoon. Hospital trailhead is snow covered. Hoping the base holds for the weekend. Chalet will be closed this weekend.
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 12 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Grooming 

    Conditions: Trails were groomed Monday afternoon to perfection. There is still plenty of base to accommodate striding and skate skiing. If temperatures drop a bit and we get snow tonight groomers will consider grooming Wednesday. Hoping to save the base to have good weekend skiing.
    Fast downhills today and excellent conditions.
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 10 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Grooming 

    Conditions: Trail groomed Saturday evening then it snowed 5" and drifted early Sunday morning. Groomers went out again Sunday late morning setting new track and nice skate deck. Grooming will continue as weather permits. Chalet will be closed during the week. The trail was in excellent shape this evening.
    Skiers were enjoying the sunshine and embracing the snowy spring weather!
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 9 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand Grooming Scheduling 

    Conditions: Three inches of snow fell overnight when temps were in the low teens. Groomers were out this morning setting track and skate lanes. Groomers will be out tonight doing the same so the trails will be firmly set for Sunday morning. Chalet will be open Sunday.
    Many folks were out enjoying the warm sun and remarkably groomed trails for late spring skiing. Smiles were shared by everyone. Get your 2017 trail passes early to be entered into the neat prize drawings!
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 8 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand Grooming 

    Conditions: Trails were freshly groomed this afternoon after 8 inches of new dry snow fell overnight and all morning. Skate lane is super and track was set for some good striding. Chalet will be open for the weekend!
    Was out striding in the snowy morning before the groomer was out. Very good even with the fresh snow. Had really good kick. Everything is covered in snow, still magical.
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 7 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand 

    Skied all the groomed loops at Wolverine today. Conditions were fantastic for skating. I skied the first time around on rock skis to see how the trail looked, then switched over to my best skis. The trail had full clean coverage everywhere thanks to the new snow. Thank you groomers!
    (Mark Luehring)
  • Apr 7 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Grooming Scheduling 

    6-8 inches of wet snow accumulated the past two days and was nicely groomed. The base has grown, trail widened, no bare spots. Lookin' like winter again folks with exceptional skiing conditions and mild temps! Grooming planned for the weekend which should be outstanding as night temps are staying cold. Striding, skier tracked and very doable. Gotta love it!
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 6 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Grooming 

    Groomer just finished rolling the 4 plus inches of wet snow that has been falling all day and has not stopped. Skating was fast. Striding will be skier tracked. Snow was sticking a bit on the classic no wax ski.
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 4 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Skate lane groomed. Some thin areas, but mostly very good coverage and level.
    Great skiing on the 5k-ish loop. Surprised to see so many skiers out on the trail so late in the day. Everyone appeared to be having a grand time enjoying such great conditions so late in the season. Thank you so much to the Ray for his dedicated grooming, and to everyone else who groomed throughout the season, making this excellent base. Looks like it should hold for the weekend!
    (Jonathon Rulseh)
  • Apr 3 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Grooming 

    Good conditions into the afternoon. Groomer went out early this evening rolling the trails. Things should firm up nicely overnight as temps are in the 20s now and forecast to drop into the teens. Skating should be great, striding will be skier tracked.
    Photos:  
    (Deborah Leonard, Wolverine Nordic Ski Club)
  • Apr 3 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Great Spring skiing. About 5 km rolled and groomed last night. Grooming again tonight. No tracks set. There is a nice base underneath.
    Winter is back! If you don't want to get on roller skis yet, come to Wolverine. I think it will be great skiing all this week and maybe next weekend yet with cold temps forecast.
    Photos:  
    (Paulette Niemi, Skinnyski.com Race Team)
  • Apr 3 - Wolverine Ski Trail (Ironwood): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 8 inches of freshly packed powder soft with good base.
    Great skiing today at wolverine how long it will last is anyone's guess. 5 k skiable. I was on good skis today but, I would recommend your rock skis this time of year as you don't know what might pop up.
    (Larry Heathman)
  Marquette area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 21 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Fading, but still firm where trail is covered.
    Not a problem stringing together a couple hours of fast gliding with only brief & several bare spot step-overs. Thanks, Valley Spur, see you next year.
    Photos:  
    (Matt Zak)
  • Apr 17 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Grooming 

    Conditions: Full sun; temps below 32F, but rising after 9am.
    Good skating up on Y and W early. Slowed once sun edged up. Monday and Tuesday mornings should still be good.
    (John Gierke)
  • Apr 11 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Grooming 

    Conditions: 28F; overcast; 100% of system groomed Saturday and Sunday.
    7:00a.m. Skate lanes in great shape today. Snow firmed overnight, so good edge, no ice. Classic tracks glazed this morning, should soften as temps rise. Lodge Open. Trails should hold well through Wednesday.
    (John Gierke)
  • Apr 9 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Freshly groomed and tracked with a covering of fresh snow.
    More snow today! Later in the afternoon it finally stopped and the sun came out. Classic skiing was great. It is unbelievable how much snow they have here. Picture perfect, pure white snowy scenery. Thanks again to the groomer(s) for providing groomed trails to ski on every day.
    (Larry Dobberstein)
  • Apr 8 - Blueberry Ridge Trail (Sands): 
    Grooming 

    So far the local weather station announced that we have had 31" of snow this April. If we get the 5 to 6" of snow forecasted for tonight then this will make this April 2016 the second snowiest April in history :) Gotta love the UP, eh!
    Photos:  
    (Sten Fjeldheim)
  • Apr 8 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Grooming 

    Conditions: 15 degrees this morning warming to mid 20s. Received 8" of fresh snow the last 2 days. 10" base.
    We now have 95% of our system groomed. That equals 32 kilometers of mid winter skiing conditions at Valley Spur on April 8th. Wow! Lodge is open all week and the weekends.
    Photos:  
    (Dan Rabine)
  • Apr 7 - Noquemanon Trail (Marquette): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Excellent. 12" of new snow but trail was firm with corduroy.
    After receiving about a foot of snow (I guess), I went to Forestville trailhead at about 10am to find it groomed. The best word to describe it is unbelievable! Fresh corduroy, forest covered with snow and 30 degrees. If I would have taken a picture I could have easily past it off as a beautiful February scene. The tracks looked so good I was wishing that I didn't have an injury keeping me from enjoying them. No matter, it was a fantastic day all around. I know at this time of the year the grooming is all volunteer so thanks for keeping it going.
    (Ken Hazel)
  • Apr 7 - Noquemanon Trail (Marquette): 
    Firsthand 

    Excellent skiing for both classic and skate. Latest storm brought another 12 inches the last two days.
    Photos:  
    (Gail Staisil)
  • Apr 5 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Grooming 

    All trails are now groomed and tracked and looking great. More snow forecast in the next couple days and grooming will continue daily. Lodge is open everyday and the trails should be in excellent shape all week and through the weekend.
    (Dan Rabine)
  • Apr 3 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Groomed but heavy snow all day.
    On the snow 11:15 am, 25 degrees, off the snow 4:20 pm. Beautiful skiing and a great workout. It may not look like the trails were groomed but, the groomers were out most of the day. They passed me twice. With the heavy snow, 45 minutes after a pass you couldn't tell.
    Photos:  
    (Tom Lane)
  • Apr 3 - Valley Spur (Munising): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Soft and with lots of fresh snow (still snowing)!
    As I got close to Valley Spur it was snowing and it never stopped. The snow was heavy at times. Even though the fresh grooming disappeared with the new snow accumulation, it was a great ski day. It was worth the drive here to ski on these great trails. Looks like a good base depth here yet and fresh snow to groom on top. May be back next week to ski again! The staff and skiers here are always very friendly and conversational. The chalet is still open and a warm fire inside. Thank you to those who put in the extra effort to keep grooming here, it is always great.
    (Larry Dobberstein)
  • Apr 3 - Noquemanon Trail (Marquette): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Excellent classic. Several inches of fresh snow. Good classic tracks.
    Winter wonderland with several inches of snow. Still grooming and still skiing.
    (David Buhl)
  Houghton area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 26 - Keweenaw County backcountry (Lac La Belle): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 32F at 8AM, 42F at 2PM. One inch of fresh powder over 0-20" corn snow base.
    After a couple days of rain, it turned to snow last evening, so I skied a loop around Mt. Bohemia and Mt. Houghton to see if it could still be done. I pulled it off with a just a little bit of hiking involved to get down Mt. Houghton, but otherwise amazingly good rock skiing. Melting fast this afternoon in bright sunshine.
    Photos:  
    (Ken Wikgren)
  • Apr 21 - Keweenaw County backcountry (Lac La Belle): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 40F at 8AM, 50F at noon. Well consolidated corn snow and patches of grey icy areas on the snowmachine trail. Many washouts and bare ground on the south faces of the big hills.
    Today I skied from Mandan to Mt. Houghton, up and down and back. Pretty decent backcountry rock skiing the last three days on the North side of Mt. Bohemia, Mt. Houghton, and Gratiot Ridge. Probably still be good the next couple of days between the washed out areas, and then it will be over.
    Photos:  
    (Ken Wikgren)
  • Apr 17 - Swedetown Trails (Calumet): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Still full coverage, and even a little fresh corduroy!
    The base has been remarkably resilient to survive temps that flirted with 70 the past couple days. Still full coverage, although a couple spots are getting thin. 60 degrees at 10AM Sunday, and I was surprised by fresh grooming on Valley trail. A great way to end the season!
    Photos:  
    (Larry Zurawski)
  • Apr 16 - Michigan Tech University Ski Trails (Houghton): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 48F at 8AM. About 5km groomed and tracked.
    Last day of grooming at MTU trails this season. These trails have been groomed and good to excellent for skiing from December 15 to April 16.
    Photos:  
    (Ken Wikgren)
  • Apr 14 - Keweenaw County backcountry (Lac La Belle): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: 25F at 7AM, 45F at 1PM. Awesome crust skiing in the morning becoming soft and very slow in the afternoon.
    Back to spring crust skiing after a 10 day relapse into winter. I went for a tour from Lac La Belle to Mt. Bohemia and Mt. Houghton today.
    Photos:  
    (Ken Wikgren)
  • Apr 13 - Swedetown Trails (Calumet): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Pleasant skating - winter is still holding on!
    Skate lane was groomed after Monday's snowfall. Still plenty of base, and plenty of snow in the woods. I skied Valley, Greenstone, Mama, and Baby. Ed's and Cedar had also been groomed. Softening up by noon.
    (Larry Zurawski)
  • Apr 12 - Michigan Tech University Ski Trails (Houghton): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Fresh snow, fresh corduroy.
    Skating was somewhat slow since yesterday's snow was still setting up. A nice problem to have in mid-April! It was about 30 degrees at noon. Freshly groomed, and plenty of base. No bare spots; didn't even see any thin areas. Spring is supposed to arrive starting tomorrow, so get it while the getting is good!
    (Larry Zurawski)
  • Apr 9 - Swedetown Trails (Calumet): 
    Firsthand 

    Excellent, freshly groomed with snowmobile groomer this morning. Cold overnight made for great morning skiing. About 12k open and groomed.
    Photos:  
    (Liz Siivola)
  • Apr 3 - Michigan Tech University Ski Trails (Houghton): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Powdery but fast.
    With a fresh snowfall of 3 inches on a solid base, the Michigan Tech trails looked like a winter wonderland. With more cool weather in the future, it looks like the snow will last a couple more weeks.
    Photos:  
    (Erin Moening)

 

Canada

  Thunder Bay area [ forecast/conditions ]
  • Apr 14 - Kamview Nordic Centre (Thunder Bay): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Excellent conditions between 8-10am this morning. Temperature just above the freezing mark.
    Most of the skate lanes were groomed again this morning and in fantastic shape. Lots of people at the chalet and out on the trails this morning enjoying the beautiful spring skiing. Probably the last day of the season with conditions like this.
    Photos:  
    (Dan Horihan)
  • Apr 10 - Kamview Nordic Centre (Thunder Bay): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Excellent for classic today. Pretty slow for skate.
    Moderate to heavy snow off and on this morning was quickly covering groomed surfaces with several cm's of new snow. Fantastic conditions for this time of year, and it should be even better this week once the snow stops and the groomers can get out again tonight.
    Photos:  
    (Dan Horihan)
  • Apr 6 - Kamview Nordic Centre (Thunder Bay): 
    Grooming 

    Conditions: 25km mid-winter skate/classic, powertilled new snow!
    15cm snow last night, should groom up perfect tonight over great base. Best April conditions in years!
    (Peter Crooks)
  • Apr 3 - Kamview Nordic Centre (Thunder Bay): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: Excellent skate and classic.
    Another nice day on the trails. Snowing steadily all day. If the forecast holds, it should be good for another week yet.
    Photos:  
    (Dan Horihan)

 

United States

  • Apr 11 - Snow Mountain Ranch (Granby, CO): 
    Firsthand 

    Conditions: And don't forget skiing in Colorado. Snow Mountain still has very good skiing for the middle of April.
    Spring skiing in the mountains with some of the best conditions of the season. Warm days and cool nights really set-up the trails for some excellent grooming. And the crust skiing is good as well. Closing day for Snow Mt. Nordic is Sunday, April 25.
    Photos:  
    (Stephen Lee)

 


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