Weekly Door County Ski Trail Report as of Thursday, Jan 27

All ski areas are open in Door County and likely to improve given the forecast for snow.

Trail groomers report the following conditions:

Crossroads at Big Creek Conditions: Good. Great cold weather all week at the Crossroads.  Trails are groomed and tracked.  A dusting of snow almost every night makes for very good skiing.  Reports from skiers using the trails are very positive.

Newport State Park Conditions: Trails are poor to fair.  Not groomed and some bare spots.  Candlelight Ski is scheduled for Saturday February 12.

Peninsula State Park Conditions: Fair.  Less than 1″ of new snow. Last groomed January 18, skate loops touched-up since then.   All trails are groomed and open including the skate loops.  Trails are fair.   Lack of new snow and cold temperatures have left the trails skiable, but thin to bare in places.  2″-4″ anticipated on January 28 should make the conditions much better!

Potawatomi State Park Conditions: Fair. Last groomed Saturday January 22.  Trail is 100% covered but in fair condition due to rolling, uneven base.  More snow and grooming needed to get to a good status.

Snowkraft Nordic Conditions: Very good. With the frequent sprinkling of new snow we’ve been having, Snowkraft is looking superb. An additional 2-3 inches is expected Friday night, which will be groomed and ready to go first thing Saturday. Saturday in the mid 20′s, Sunday mid teens.

Whitefish Dunes State Park Conditions: Fair to good. Last groomed January 19. A little new snow has most areas fully covered and track is mostly good to excellent with only occasional thin spots. More new snow in forecast so conditions should be excellent for the Candlelight Ski this Saturday, Jan 29. Come and enjoy.

Weekly Cross Country Ski Report brought to you by Door County Silent Sports Alliance.

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