Trail Report

Skate grooming

February 27, 2016

Due to the 40-50 degree temps.  There is NO snow remaining on the trails.  Check back soon after the next storm.   We are still hopeful that winter will return and give us a few more days of good local skiing… 

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IMPORTANT: DO NOT WALK, or DO NOT SNOWSHOE or DO NOT BIKE on the groomed ski trails at HFP! Doing so – destroys the ski trail by creating giant pot-holes +  unsafe skiing conditions for all skiers.   These pot holes melt snow, freeze-up solid at night and become dangerous.  As our grooming is performed by volunteers – we greatly appreciate your help in keeping the trails awesome for all skiers to enjoy.  Please respect all rules and signage while enjoying YLT Highland Farm Preserve.

Thank you, volunteers!  ————————-

Do you LIKE LOCALLY GROOMED XC SKI TRAILS? – Did you know that all of our grooming is done by volunteers? All of our club equipment is through generous donations? This is no easy task to do… but with an involved community – we can continue to improve!  Please donate or consider a donation of any amount to help us maintain locally groomed trails & improve our xc ski grooming in the Greater York Region.   Agamenticus Ski Club is a 501 ( c ) 3 non-profit organization and your donations are tax deductible!

Please donate any amount here: http://www.gofundme.com/ascgroomingequip or contact us if you prefer.   Funds will go our Capital Equipment Campaign ski grooming equipment, maintenance and replacement.

CONSIDER BECOMING A MEMBER OF THE CLUB OR VOLUNTEERING TO HELP.  Click on membership      New Members are welcome to join at any time and there are many volunteer roles needed.  Please contact us for any questions, or if you’d like to become a volunteer.

NO DOG WALKING, WALKING or SNOW SHOES on the ski trails please.   These ski trails are groomed through generous donations to the Agamenticus Ski Club and volunteers.    Please consider donating to the club if you would like to support local groomed ski trails for the community to enjoy!

 

 

2 thoughts on “Trail Report

  1. A question. When I was stationed at the Naval Shipyard in 1968, I skied at a rope tow hill named Mount Agamenticus. Is that where your club has it’s activities? Thanks. Larry

  2. Larry, our club currently offers educational ski programs (cross country skiing) in the Greater York Region and provided locally groomed trails to members and the community. We are NOT providing any grooming up on Mount Agamenticus. We currently offered a small groomed loop in partnership with the York Land Trust.

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