Trail Conditions: Good
Snow Cover: Looks like more snow on the way
Date of Report: February 18, 2018
Groomers are out and smoothing and pulling snow onto the trails.I have never seen sled traffic like this weekend but the trails held up OK. There is snow in the forecast for the next 3 days which should get the trails back in Excellent shape. The Radar Run at Bent’s Camp set records. The ice bowling by Melissa and the crew from The Alleys was a great addition. 153 MPH took home the fastest time and 98 MPH won the Bikini Run! Thanks to everyone who helped make this Frosty Club fundraiser a huge success.
News and Reports:
March Candelight bowling is the next Frosty Club event at the Alley
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