If heading out to Kincaid for a little loop skiing is in your plans this weekend, there are a few things you’ll need to know.
The snowmaking is still going on, 24/7, and it is difficult to make snow AND have perfectly groomed trails. The constant manufacturing of snow means that snow cats will be out be out and about somewhere on the SML and in the Stadium. Especially during the day. From 4 pm to 8 am the crew will try to complete most of the heavy plowing/dozing, however, on occasion, they may need to operate during the day as well.
This means there will be soft trail conditions and unexpected encounters with either snow cats, fan guns, lances and/or piles of snow. Please ski with caution and be mindful of all the hoses and power cords…they are NOT made to be skied over and are marked with orange marker cones or blue gates.
Have a wonderful weekend!
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