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  • March 11, 2022 3:32 PM | Andy Quick (Administrator)

     A couple inches of new snow on top of a rock-hard base are providing some excellent conditions. 

    All trails South of the river, (Becker's, Penny's, Outlaw and Haul Road up to Three-mile hill were groomed on Thursday.  All Trails past Three-Mile are considered done for the season, although for the most part still very ski-able.

    All trails North of the  river, (Moose Flats, Crow Creek, Barn Road, Race Park, Middle Fork) and the Highway were Groomed Friday Morning.

    Considering the lack of snow overall, the trails are holding  up well. Watch for a thin spot near the Frog Pond area on Middle Fork, as well as where the side creek crosses the trail. It was blown out last week but is fixed for now.

    Warm temps all next week could put an end to regular grooming, but the snow coverage is firming up forest-wide, which will provide some excellent crust cruising.

    Take advantage of these great conditions while they last!

    Happy Trails,

  • March 06, 2022 8:24 AM | Andy Quick (Administrator)

    Hi all,

    Not as much snow fell as was forecast, but there was just enough to refresh the trails.

    All Trails Groomed:

    Moose Flats, Barn Road, Crow Creek, Race park, Middle Fork, Outlaw, Becker's, Penny's and the Haul Road to Sleeping Giant.

    The tracks are fairly shallow but still quite usable. Use caution on the Middle Fork, where the seasonal stream flowed across the Trail. Additionally, coverage is thin around the Frog Pond area at the bottom of Middle Fork

    Not Groomed:

    SG East,  Highway

    I had Cat troubles and did not get to the highway, but it is still skiing well.

    All in all, skiing is still quite good at Pahaska. Grooming will continue as long as there is interest and conditions allow, hopefully another couple of weekends. Snow and cold temps are forecast for this week, so conditions may improve. Also, crust cruising season is nearly upon us, when the whole forest is essentially groomed!

    Happy Trails,

    The Groomers.

  • February 28, 2022 6:32 PM | Anonymous

    Hi all, The week prior provided 5-7 inches of snow, which provided a great refresh to the trails.  All Trails North of the River, (Moose Flats, Crow Creek, Barn Road , Race Park) and the highway were groomed with the cat, providing a firm surface and tracks.

    All trails south of the River, ( Becker Trail, Haul Road, Penny's, SG East, Outlaw) as well as the Middle Fork Trail were re-groomed  by snowmobile on Saturday.

    This week will bring very warm temps and wind, but it should be blowing in some more snow by Friday and the weekend.  We are planning to  be up Friday or early Saturday to groom for the weekend.

    Please take note that there are a couple of moose frequenting the trails around the river.  There have been a couple of run-ins with them, so keep an eye out.

    Lastly, we have started grooming a new dog-friendly trail that starts just east  of the main highway bridge. Known on the map as the "Backcountry Trail". It's a great 2km loop with  fun terrain. Look for the red sign post at the end of the guard rail.  This is a great place to take the dog if you want something different than the Highway.

    Happy Trails!

    The Groomers

  • January 14, 2022 8:49 PM | Anonymous

    With no new snow. We have resurfaced the skate lanes and they are currently skiing like silk. New tracks were set from 3 mile hill to sleeping giant. As well as East of sleeping giant. We will try to reset the tracks around Pahaska.

    Cody Middle school race will be using Haul Road and Becker trail son 1/15. Pl

    So that everyone’s safety and enjoyment, we ask everyone to stay in their lanes. Tour/classic in the tracks. Skaters in the middle. Snowshoers on the far side (opposite of) the touring tracks.

    cya on the trails

  • January 12, 2022 8:57 AM | Thomas & Tiffin Etter (Administrator)

    We cannot begin to express our gratitude and thankfulness for all the people that made this years Cody High School Nordic Race so successful and amazing!! These events can't happen without the help and support of this awesome community.


  • January 06, 2022 4:55 AM | Anonymous

    Let it Snow!  We received over 28 inches of new snow in the last 24 hours.  Bringing the snow base around Pahaska Resort to approximately 50 inches.  It was continuing to snow as we headed home.   All trails are currently packed and combed, including East of Sleeping Giant.  No tracks set yet as we are trying to stay on top of all this new snow.

    World Snow Day is coming up on Jan 16th.  Register for beginner lessons.  Come join the fun and explore our trails.

  • January 01, 2022 8:07 AM | Anonymous

    Happy  New Year!  We groomed for both skating and classic around Pahaska, up to  the East Gate Entrance, Middle Fork.  As well as, everything down to Sleeping Giant.  However, it was snowing heavily when we left at 8:30PM.  Currently, 6" of new snow over night.  Low's was -12 degrees.  Currently 1 degree.

  • December 29, 2021 10:30 PM | Anonymous

    We have a base of 22" of snow.  We put tracks for classic skiing on all trails around Pahaska and Middle Fork.  Temperatures were around 18 degrees today.  Please keep in mind, we got a lot of snow in a short amount a time.  So except soft conditions in some place.

    Wolves were howling around the top of Jackson Hill in Race Park and travelling on the ski trails.

  • December 28, 2021 10:30 PM | Anonymous

    We received another 12" of new snow in the past 2 days.  We again had to roll everything around Pahaska, to the Gate, and Middle Fork.  We were also able to roll down to Sleeping Giant and beyond.

  • December 26, 2021 10:30 PM | Anonymous

    We got up there at 6:00AM and notice 3-4" of new snow.  We took out the Ginzu's.  Everything around Pahaska, up to the East Gate Entrance, and Middle Fork have been tracked for Classic skiing and packed for skate skiing.

    FYI: If planning to explore the Yellowstone East Gate Entrance.  New this year-showing your National Park Pass or purchasing a $20.00 walk-in fee.

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