White Pine

Happy 2024! We hope you had a safe and enjoyable New Years Eve. Snow dances please! A sunny, blue sky, day on tap. Come share the Joy of spring skiing. Get started on the fitness resolution today! We are open 9-5 daily. Unseasonably warm again today. Ski with awareness through the day and into the afternoon. Very much a repeat of yesterday and the day before and the day before…. A cold morning and upper-30’s or warmer this afternoon will make for a spring-like day again. Just a light resurfacing groom this morning and using what is remaining of the established classic track due to thin conditions. There is not enough snow depth to reset classic track and it is increasingly intermittent on the 5km loop. It will be quite firm and fast this morning but softening slightly over the day. Blue then Red wax today. Skating will be good all day. Crust cruising will be good this morning but probably not by mid day. Classic is much like yesterday, firm, icy track early and some softening over the day. We have 10km of skiing open. Remember to ski with care, those thinning spots, icy spots and exposed areas are rising closer to the surface.

Please ride the bus, micro transit, carpool, skateboard, cycle, e-bike or walk if you can. Parking is available all around the hotel and underground but everything you can do to reduce single driver trips helps! We’ve groomed the 3k, 5k and Armstrong. The dog loop is ok-ish. It is tracked out with walkers and flooded in the lower part. Wax cards and all of the waxes from basic to super fast are in the shop. Go play in the remaining snow, share the Joy! Get a jump on your New year’s fitness resolution with the gift of a lesson!

We will be posting information about the scheduled Wasatch Citizens Series race at the Farm later this week. Stay tuned and pray for some serious snow.

Be sure to thank our incredible groomers when you see them. Lou, Roch, Matias, Mark, Joaqiun and Julian have been working extremely hard to make your ski experience the best it can be. And they have been doing a great job. None of that track and morning groom happens by accident. And please if you see a stick, pinecone or willow branch on the trail, flick it off the trail. We want to preserve every single flake until the next storm.

Ski safe and please stay within your skill level when choosing a trail.

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