February 9, 2012
Today I headed up to the lower nordic loop at Eaglecrest Ski Area. Even on the mountain the temperatures were in the 40’s but the good cover we got earlier in the season is holding up pretty well. Judging by the marks on the recently groomed trail, a few folks got out ahead of me, […]
February 4, 2012
Juneau has had a week of melting combined with rain to wash away the awesome build-up of snow that we were experiencing. Despite the conditions that have conspired to wreck our skiing, there was enough cover to ski today with sunshine to boot. I made it out to the campground trail and hit it right […]
January 30, 2012
Today was another day that skiers dream of and wish for. It snowed pretty much all night and it was still snowing when I left the house this morning. However, while backing out of my driveway, on my way to Eaglecrest, I got stuck in the stiff and icy berm that the City and Borough […]
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