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Thursday October 21st, 2021 - 10:52 am

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#vasa #crosscountry #traversecityWe hope you will join us for the 46th annual North American Vasa! The board meets year round in preparation for the Festival of Races. Early registration rates end Nov 1st. Sign up today. www.runsignup.com/vasa ... See MoreSee Less

#vasa #crosscountry #traversecity

Monday October 4th, 2021 - 10:09 pm

Ski Michigan

FROM Ogemaw Hills Pathway Council --> Hello its been a while..not much how about you? 🙂 The Ski Council began our season today with our first meetingof the season. We are scheduling our annual trail cleanup for Saturday October 30th at 10 am at the main parking lot. Please bring equipment that you are comfortable using if you want to help clear trails. Looking forward to skiing again this year! ... #crosscountry ... See MoreSee Less

Friday May 21st, 2021 - 10:34 pm

Ski Michigan

FROM Cross Country Ski Headquarters --> So long good friend— until next winter☃️ .... Mount Snow is gone.... #crosscountry #xcheadquarters #snowphotosSo long good friend— until next winter☃️

Congratulations to our Mount Snow Contest winner @annsiegle for correctly guessing May 21st, 2021 as our final day with Mount Snow. Your prize will be mailed out Monday!

Also, a big ole thank you to the nearly 250 participants in this years contest!!!
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FROM Cross Country Ski Headquarters --> So long good friend— until next winter☃️ .... Mount Snow is gone.... #crosscountry #xcheadquarters #snowphotos

Thursday May 20th, 2021 - 10:35 pm

Ski Michigan

FROM Cross Country Ski Headquarters --> Mount Snow Update: our final melt could be any day now!!! Crazy how much snow we have lost in just one week.
Who’s still in the running? ... #xcheadquarters #crosscountry #snowphotos
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FROM Cross Country Ski Headquarters --> Mount Snow Update: our final melt could be any day now!!! Crazy how much snow we have lost in just one week. 
Who’s still in the running? ... #xcheadquarters #crosscountry #snowphotosImage attachment

Monday April 19th, 2021 - 11:55 am

Ski Michigan

FROM Forbush Corner Cross-Country Skiing --> Spring came three weeks early this year and all that is left is this small patch of snow on home run hill. Normally, we would still have most of the loop intact at this time of year. We survived our lowest snowfall ever with only 70 inches this season, instead of our normal 140 inches. Now to move onto our next project of seeding the snowmaking loop with grass to create a better base with less dirt and rocks. We are also working on a re-route of quick dip to create safer trails for our beginner skiers and to avoid the first spot to burn out snow. There is also the possibility of a 1 km addition to our yellow snowshoe trail pending DNR approval.... #forbush #snowphotos #crosscountrySpring came three weeks early this year and all that is left is this small patch of snow on home run hill. Normally, we would still have most of the loop intact at this time of year. We survived our lowest snowfall ever with only 70 inches this season, instead of our normal 140 inches. Now to move onto our next project of seeding the snowmaking loop with grass to create a better base with less dirt and rocks. We are also working on a re-route of quick dip to create safer trails for our beginner skiers and to avoid the first spot to burn out snow. There is also the possibility of a 1 km addition to our yellow snowshoe trail pending DNR approval. ... See MoreSee Less

FROM Forbush Corner Cross-Country Skiing --> Spring came three weeks early this year and all that is left is this small patch of snow on home run hill.  Normally, we would still have most of the loop intact at this time of year.  We survived our lowest snowfall ever with only 70 inches this season, instead of our normal 140 inches.  Now to move onto our next project of seeding the snowmaking loop with grass to create a better base with less dirt and rocks.   We are also working on a re-route of quick dip to create safer trails for our beginner skiers and to avoid the first spot to burn out snow.  There is also the possibility of a 1 km addition to our yellow snowshoe trail pending DNR approval.... #forbush #snowphotos #crosscountry
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