|Ribbon Creek Area||Last
|Bill Milne (Kovach to Golf Course)||13-Mar||13-Mar|
|Bill Milne (Kovach to Ribbon Parking)||15-Mar||15-Mar|
|Hay Meadows Trail||15-Mar||15-Mar|
|Skogan Pass Loop||14-Mar||14-Mar|
|Terrace North to Ribbon Day Use||13-Mar||13-Mar|
|Kananaskis Village Area||Last
|Bill Milne (Village to Kovach)||15-Mar||15-Mar|
|Wedge Pond Area||Last
|Bill Milne (Golf Course to Mount Kidd)||13-Mar||13-Mar|
|Bill Milne (Mount Kidd to Wedge Pond)||13-Mar||13-Mar|
|Evan Thomas Fire Road||13-Mar||13-Mar|
March 19 An extended period of double digit warm temperatures this week will have a significant impact on the trails. Open sun exposed areas will see melting over the day with some freezing at night. Expect full spring like conditions throughout the system. Caution is advised on all trails as pooling water, edge creep and rocks will continue to start to show.
March 15 Nice conditions still on Skogan Pass and Loop. 5cm new snow lower down and 12 cm higher up with more winter like conditions up higher. Expect that to change in the coming days. Be aware of ice floes on lower Skogan. Consider using Hay Meadows or Hidden trail instead.
Mar 13 Bill Milne, Evan Thomas, and Wedge Connector groomed this morning after 5 to 8 cm overnight. Please use the signed detour around the ice floe on Bill Milne as a side channel of the Kananaskis River has carved its way through the ice floe. Be aware of some rough spots where the detour parallels the highway and of some ice in a low spot on the detour. An ice floe has also formed on Wedge Connector on the north end where the trail enters the Evan Thomas creek flood damaged area. Ski with caution!!- Comment last updated: Mar-20 11AM
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