2.22.13 Great skiing conditions


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It’s been pretty much “more of the same” since our last ski trail blog.  It snows, we groom, it snows again, we groom again, an endless recurring cycle of snowy sameness.  That’s a perfect winter pattern that we love to be in.  Lake trails have been mostly slush free.  So far we’ve had no signs of the usual late February thawing or sleet.  This winter was slow to get started, but it’s humming along nicely now.  Skiers have been very, very pleased with conditions.

According to Dan at Golden Eagle, who is a methodical record keeper, we’ve received more than 17 inches of new snow this month.  We’ve received 52.8 inches of snow since November, quite a bit more than we had at this point in 2012.  This bodes well for March skiing.

We’re running a “3 nights for the price of 2” special for some of March. See our specials page on the Bearskin website at www.bearkin.com. You should be here skiing!

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About Bearskin

Once upon a time Sue McCloughan was a K-6 media/technology specialist, worrying about bar codes, book budgets and barfing 1st graders. On July 20th, 2007, Sue, Bob, Kaitlin and Quinn McCloughan bought Bearskin Lodge on the Gunflint Trail near Grand Marais, MN -- and all Sue's worries changed. If she seems somewhat incoherent while writing this blog, it's because her already overly taxed mind has been preccupied learning about potato salad, pea gravel, turbidity, crawl spaces, off-peak heaters, lake structure and antiquated front desk cash registers.

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