The outlook for a white Christmas this year is lower than average given the sustained warm temperatures expected into the Christmas holiday. Officially, an inch of snow must cover the ground at 7am for it to be deemed a
The Gaylord Middle School Cross Country Ski Club would like to thank our sponsors for the purchase of 28 pairs of skis, boots, poles, and bindings. With the help of Forbush Corner Cross-Country Skiing, we were able to purchase new Madshus ski equipment.
it looks like our Demo day weekend is going to be green instead of white. So, on December 12th we have decided to turn it into a mountain biking, hiking, and running day instead. The best part will be the bonfire and snow dancing!
Looking for a warm and cozy stay overnight in the glory of Algoma’s backcountry? You are in luck. Norm’s Cabin is now open for reserved stays on a pay-as-you-play basis!
We are the largest ski history organization in the WORLD and without local support and patronage, we will not be able to keep the fire burning and Denver or Park City could gobble us up with their deep pockets and endless donation chains.
Drier-than-average conditions most likely for areas near the Great Lakes and Ohio Valley, with drought development likely in the northern Great Lakes region.
As we approach the winter season, The Cross Country Ski Headquarters is excited to share several updates regarding their cross country ski trail system and upcoming events for this season, as well as some of the recognition received last year.
The main focus will be pruning and clearing debris from the trails. Please bring any pruners or loppers that you may have at home. There are also some clean-up projects in and around the pole barn. Please RSVP !
Heavy storm damage occurred yesterday across our local trail systems. Hundreds of trees are down blocking the trails causing them to be impassable.
The Michigan Department of Natural Resources announced that segments of the 22.6 mile William Field Memorial Hart Montague Trail will be closed starting this month due to widening, resurfacing and improving bridge structures.
The Petoskey Community Trail will offer residents, visitors and students a winding, rolling venue to walk, run and cross country ski. We need the community's support to help fund the trail design & construction to make it a place for everyone to enjoy!
There’s no better way to transition into spring activities than to join folks at the Meadow’s clubhouse on April 11th, for our annual end of season groomer appreciation, ski swap, pass out money party.
Nothing in the calendar for the next thirty days.