Brule River Master Plan-Cord Manz and Greg St. Onge
Master Plan Comments -Jon Jurek
On October 3, 2015 at noon, the ski club will gather to clear the ski trail of fallen trees, brush and rocks that have pushed up since last season. At 4 PM, we will meet at the Ski Hut to choose officers and discuss projects for the coming season. Anyone interested in improving the ski trail and helping to pick out this years projects should be there this coming Saturday. We typically provide refreshments and have a good time renewing the trails and starting off the ski season.
Along with the sun today and way more than a foot of snow, we have a groomed ski trail. So, spread the news and come on out to enjoy some great skiing.
It snowed for four days straight, so the grooming crew deserves lots of credit getting things in shape. Expect it to be a little soft at first with all of the powder, but this is one of our earlier starts to what could be a great season.
Our newsletter is about ready for the printer, so you will also see that in a few days. See you out on the trail.
Hi Everyone: Its time for us to prepare our ski trail for our winter passion. On October 11 at 10:30 AM we will all gather to work on the trail. We move fallen trees, cut brush along the edges and look for and pick stones off of the trails that have pushed up or fallen on the trail during the summer season.
Ski Club members and friends of the ski and snow shoe trail will come together on Saturday afternoon to cut back the brush, pick stones and clear away fallen trees from the trail. Come and join us for this once a year trail improvement effort.