March 31st Grooming Report
Thanks for a Beautiful Season!
It’s been a beautiful day, and a beautiful season. Near-record snows have kept us going in perfect condition far beyond the average, making every day a gift we should truly stop and take a moment to appreciate. Alas, all good things must come to an end, and today, Trail Creek had its final grooming of the season. The last of the signs and markers were pulled last night, leaving Trail Creek clean and unblemished. A few signs were lost under the snow, so if any start to pop out later in the season, please bring them back up to the cabin; it would be much appreciated!
Today’s grooming was a near-total double pass over all the trails in the system, the Husky doing its utmost to bring every single trail to perfection before entering its long hibernation over the summer. This includes Woolsey Woods, Moose Poop Loop, Moose Loop, Déjà vu, Animal Farm, Black Hole, Boiler, Mugs Meadow, the East Fields, and the Close Fields. Take advantage of it while you can, there’s an unbelievable amount of new snow on the way!
A massive thank you to the many, many people who help make grooming at Trail Creek possible!
The Coaches, who help introduce new generations to the joys of Nordic skiing.
The ski teams, who put in enormous effort to be the best they can be.
The people who work behind the scenes, building the framework we need to function.
The donors, who provide the resources needed to make Trail Creek a success.
The landowners, who generously allow us to use their property.
The volunteers, who offer up priceless time to keep Jackson Hole the skiing treasure it is.
And most importantly: You! Without the skiers, none of this would be possible.
A special thanks to Groomer 1; without your constant advice and guidance, this season could never have been as good as it was.
Thanks to all of you, and we hope to see you next season!
Groomer 2(and, by proxy, Groomer 1).