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Et Tu Beaver Creek?

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Ski Swap, etc – Sat. Nov. 22nd

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LVHS Ski Team’s annual gear swap is Nov. 22

(Lander, Wyo.) – Ski season is getting started, and the Lander Valley High School Nordic Ski Team is hosting its annual Ski and Gear Swap on Nov. 22.

Attendees have an opportunity to consign old gear with the team and shop for deals on other used gear. The swap is from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m., but drop off of consignment items starts at 8:30. Thirty percent of consignment sales benefit Lander Youth Skiing.

Additionally, the Ski Team will hot wax skis for $10/pair, and the Lander Nordic Ski Association will be accepting new members and have a raffle. Kiwanis will host a pancake breakfast from 8:30 a.m. to 10 a.m. Tickets are $5 for adults and $3 for children 10 and under.

For more information, contact Emily Tilden at 349-7370 or emilymtilden@gmail.com.

Valley Girls Timing, not to be confused with Summit Timing!

Valley Girls Timing, not to be confused with Summit Timing!

Trail Maintenance Day

Saturday Oct. 18th, 2014
Meet at 8 AM at Alco parking lot to car pool to BC parking area.
Return to Lander about 1:30 PM.

We’ll walk all of the trails — smoothing and clearing rocks and deadfall/debris.  There may be a sage pulling contest also!

Remember, the bases you save could be your own!

Bring gloves, loppers, garden rakes, shovels, food/water and clothing for variable conditions

Honest Scotties Ski Report for 4/16/14

SVO reported on todays skiing using a movie theme……….SVO trails report 041614

Click on the photo to enlarge.

Seemed accurate to me.

Friday night 4/4 grooming, GPS Sale

      Groomed Beaver Crk. tonight for skate and classic.  Skiing should be good, firm, and fast till about 1 PM Saturday, or when the snow gets too soft for comfort.  There is still great coverage on the trails, but as you may have noticed grooming is tapering down.
      Of note, the moose have returned to the trails, so Spring must be here.
      Also, Gannett Peak Sports is having a great sale on ski equipment if you are looking to invest for next season!

FYI – Thurs 3/27/24 Conditions

Skied at midday at BC.  Conditions were firm, but not icey, and were consistant on all trails.  Rated it as very good.

Also able to ski in the meadows and woods on the crust, although my pole plants were breaking through the crust.

There was a dusting of new snow, and another dusting occurred in the PM.

I wasn’t sure what to expect today, but my expectations were exceeded.  The season lives on, if you want it.


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