Here is a screen grab of last night’s AGM participants. Thanks to those who attended virtually. Now…time for snow!
On October 24th, an energetic crew met at the entrance of Murphy’s Point Provincial Park for the annual fall trail clean-up. There are always lots of branches down that need to be removed and bush to push back and snow fencing to put up. The grooming crew also took to the trails to have aContinue reading “Latest news”
The membership portal is live for the 2020-2021 season. If I look out my window, that’s not a moment too soon! A light dusting of snow is covering the ground, the trails were cleared on Saturday, and the Annual General Meeting is this coming Monday. Time to get a membership! Go to the Membership pageContinue reading “Membership time!”
Club members will be walking the trails at Murphy’s Point on Saturday, October 24 to clear away any branches or obstructions and identify any larger trees or hazards that need to be removed to prepare for the ski season. We will also be installing a snow fence and possibly spreading some mulch on one areaContinue reading “Trail Clearing Day”
The ski season approacheth! That means it’s AGM time. This year’s annual general meeting will be a virtual affair held on ZOOM. DATE: Monday, November 2nd, 2020 TIME: 7 pm All members are invited to attend. There are a few positions up for election which you might be interested in taking on. The positions areContinue reading “Annual General Meeting”
Many thanks to our recently retired head groomer, Dave Reesor. Dave has spent countless hours volunteering to keep the trails in great shape through our increasingly challenging winters.
Unfortunately, warming temperatures and rain have made the parking lots, roads and trails very icy and hazardous. The Park staff decided earlier this week to wrap up the 2019-2020 winter season at the park. On behalf of the park staff, thank you for all your work, time and contributions that make our winter program aContinue reading “Murphy’s Point Closed for the Season”
It’s a little know fact that jackrabbits love eating maple taffy on snow. If you don’t believe us, check out the photo below. Last Sunday, a photographer in Murphy’s Point Provincial Park caught a whole nest of jackrabbits nibbling contently on the sweet stuff. If you didn’t know, Jackrabbits is the name of our club’sContinue reading “Jackrabbits eat Taffy”
It looks like we may have a few weather challenges in the next couple of days. Warm temperatures and wet snow are not ideal for grooming. On Thursday, the cold will return (temporarily) and the grooming team will groom all of the trails internal to the park. They will not be going to Lally. MoreContinue reading “Weather!”
Club groomers were out today. The classic tracks were rock solid and would require multiple circuits in order to redo them, however, once that was done they would set overnight and probably be the same tomorrow. The tracks are deep, well defined and icy. As things warm up they will be softer and less challenging.Continue reading “Grooming update”