FEBRUARY 27, 2018
GROOMED TODAY!!! Received about 4” of very light snow yesterday and several inches the day before. Had enough snow to groom most of the trails, including the Dog Trail! Only Bear Scat Flat and Harpers Way are closed/not groomed at this time (they still need more snow, hopefully this week!).
Watch out for thin spots! We set track for most of the groomed trails, in some spots, where it was thin, we didn’t.
Hopefully (we are eternal optimists), the next set of storms next week will allow us to provide you with a better ski experience. In the meantime, go out and get in a few kilometers! Overall, should be good skiing tomorrow, after that several days of snow in the forecast. We hope to at least pack the trails on Friday.
Watch for thin spots!!! The skiing is decent from both trailheads, the first 100 yards or so of the Museum Trailhead is the thinnest.
JAMISON TRAIL: Open, groomed, with set track
HARPER’S WAY: CLOSED
CAMP LISA: Open, groomed, with set track
UPPER CAMPGROUND: Open, groomed, with set track
CAMPGROUND: Open, groomed, with set track
LOWER CAMPGROUND: Open, groomed, no set track
BEAR SCAT FLAT: CLOSED
PLUMAS-EUREKA: Open, groomed, with set track
DOG TRAIL: Open, groomed, no set track
THANKS FOR YOUR SUPPORT IN THIS!
A special thank you to all who have supported our volunteer grooming program in the past (no state funds are used for this program). If you haven’t this year, please consider donating to our efforts to keep them ongoing. And of course, gratitude to all the volunteers who donate their time to the trails.
Again, this year, our entire funding comes through donations to PESPA (Plumas Eureka State Park Association, P.O. Box 1148, Graeagle, CA 96103. There is also a donation slot on the Museum door at the Museum Trailhead). There are no trail fees, but we do wish that you consider donating to the program. Suggested donations are $5.00/day per person, $25.00/person for the season and only $35.00/family for the season.
Dogs are not permitted on the Jamison or Museum Trailhead trails, but a separate Dog Trail is groomed across from the Jamison Trailhead, for both skiers, snowshoers and their canine friends. It is currently groomed. We ask that you pick up after your pets. There is a pet station/bags at the Kiosk. Go out and enjoy winter skiing and snowshoeing!!!
Ken & Debbie McMaster