Well, we have one more ski report for you! Door County received between four and six inches of snow on Thursday and this has provided enough additional snow that we still have cross-country skiing on the Peninsula! Don your bikini and head out for some great spring skiing!
Trail groomers report the following conditions:
Crossroads at Big Creek Conditions: Fair. New snow this week on Thursday but warm temperatures and sun in the open areas are causing it to go fast.
Newport State Park Conditions: Poor, 4” inches of new snow this week covered the hard pack but even the new snow is quickly melting. Not ideal, but skiable.
Peninsula State Park Conditions: Fair. We received 6″ of new snow this week so the trails are snow-covered but not groomed. Looks like a good time to make your own tracks! Enjoy the snow before it melts away!
Potawatomi State Park Conditions: Good. Trails are groomed and tracked. The park was described as a winter wonderland with the most recent snowfall. Norway road is groomed nicely for skate skiing.
Snowkraft Nordic Conditions: Fair to Good. The recent snowfall surely helped, however we are still dealing with a rather thin base, to be thinner by this weekend. Sunday looks by far the best of the two days to ski IF trails hold up OK. Looking at the temperatures ahead, it appears there are not many more days of skiing left.
Whitefish Dunes State Park Conditions: Good. Trails at Whitefish Dunes are currently snow covered and in skiable condition. They will be rolled and tracked on Friday if weather permits. This should provide skiable trails for the weekend, but if the forecast is fulfilled, trails may be in the process of melting down again.