Weekly Door County Ski Trail Report as of Thursday, Feb 10

All ski areas are open and groomed in Door County. It was very cold this week but rising weekend temperatures are predicted and it looks like it will be wonderful for skiing. See you on the trails!.

Trail groomers report the following conditions:

Crossroads at Big Creek Conditions: Very good. All trails were dragged and leveled Thursday morning, February 10 and a track was set. Base is excellent and should hold through the weekend. Next moonlight ski is scheduled for February 18 at 7 pm.

Newport State Park Conditions: Trails are in fair to good shape. Lots of debris in spots. Hotz portion of Europe Bay not groomed. Candlelight Ski is scheduled for Saturday, February 12.

Peninsula State Park Conditions: Good. Last Groomed February 3. No new snow. Trails are very hard, due to the cold and the snow is thin, but the trails are skiable. Classic tracks are somewhat glazed but skiable and the skate deck should be extra fast. There is a lot of debris on the striding trails and on sections of the skate deck.

Potawatomi State Park Conditions: Good for skating and striding. Groomed last on Monday after the weekend thaw. Skate lane more level than last week. Some windblown debris from the trees on the trail but not bad.

Snowkraft Nordic Conditions: Excellent plus – best of the year. We’ll be coming out of a cold spell just in time for the weekend. A great classic track, the best skate lane in Door County – by leaps and bounds and a challenging 1.4 mile Snowshoe Trail await you. See Website for trail fees. See you on the trail!

Whitefish Dunes State Park Conditions: Good to Very Good. Excellent in many areas. Despite heavy use this past week, the tracks are firm and holding up quite well. Caution is advised in areas where there are hemlocks, cedars, and young beech where considerable woods debris is present on the trail. Double-tracked portions of the Red Trail and some of the open areas will be re-groomed Friday morning.

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

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