Mountain Dell

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PLEASE show respect to the golf course workers. Your actions can cause damage to sensitive areas of the course, and course shutdown is not yet complete. As of 6 P.M. on Wednesday, November 2, Mountain Dell had between 6.5 inches and 7.5 inches of snow over most of the grass surface. Cart paths and other pavement were mostly bare. Like almost every nordic site in Utah, our machinery is still in its long summer nap, so we do not have any grooming scheduled. If you choose to put skis on snow at Mountain Dell in the next few days, DO NOT walk or ski over greens. Those areas are always fenced off before skiing starts, but not now. Every loop other than Lower is staked, so it is easy to follow the desired ski course. As you walk from the parking lot to the top of the course, be sure to give the normally fenced area (the 18th green) a wide berth. Last week’s storm brought down massive amounts of limbs, and after more than 30 groomer hours of tree removal on Tuesday, more came down Wednesday. Classic should be fun, Skate will not be possible. Show extreme caution when crossing areas of pavement to avoid injury to you and your skis. Thanks.

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