Ribbon Creek Grooming Report

Ribbon Creek Area Last
Bill Milne (Kovach to Golf Course) - -
Bill Milne (Kovach to Ribbon Parking) - -
Coal Mine 10-Jan -
Hay Meadows Trail - -
Hidden - -
High Level 16-Jan 21-Dec
Link 17-Jan -
Ribbon Creek 10-Jan -
Ruthie's - -
Skogan Pass 16-Jan -
Skogan Pass Loop 16-Jan 21-Dec
Sunburst 16-Jan 21-Dec
Terrace North to Ribbon Day Use 07-Jan 07-Jan
Troll Falls - -
Kananaskis Village Area Last
Aspen 17-Jan 07-Jan
Bill Milne (Village to Kovach) - -
Kovach 17-Jan 07-Jan
Kovach/Terrace South 17-Jan 07-Jan
Terrace Link 17-Jan 07-Jan
Terrace North 17-Jan 07-Jan
Wedge Pond Area Last
Bill Milne (Golf Course to Mount Kidd) - -
Bill Milne (Mount Kidd to Wedge Pond) 07-Jan -
Evan Thomas Fire Road - -
Wedge Connector 07-Jan -

Report at 21-Jan, 7:44AM MST

Jan 17 the Kananaskis Village area trails were refreshed after a few cms of light snow fell. Conditions are good to fair for the area with trackset now in most places. There are still many thin spots to be found, especially on Kovach south below Aspen junction. Downhill travel is not recommended here. There is a big ice flow at Link / Ribbon jct that extends half way down the hill making travel difficult.

Jan 16 the upper Skogan Pass area trails were groomed and teackset today. Lower Skogan is still extremely thin and not recommended for downhill travel.

Skogan Loop is thin on the south facing hill , beautiful snow on the backside.

The trails out of Ribbon Creek parking are still very thin and received far less snow. While they are skiable skiing is not recommended at this time.

Upper Skogan pass trails are in very good condition but lower Skogan is still very thin with numerous hazards.

  • Comment last updated: Jan-17 4PM
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