Updated daily during the season
Wednesday, Jan. 26, 2022 6:45 am
A cold dry night gave the groomers perfect conditions to work yesterday’s new snow. You will find the newest grooming in the Upper and Central Village Trails plus up onto the South Hall Trail and out the Ellis River to it’s northern end loop. Packed Powder all the way with tracks and classic in almost every place. Today at 1 pm we will have the dog skijoring on the Covered Bridge Trail (near the town fire pond). Park on Main St, BYOD (bring your own dog) or just come and get more information on this interesting way to ski and enjoy watching Jack Steffen work with his dogs! 39 K groomed last night; 85 open.2022_01_26
New snow sometimes means new wax is in order; wax does matter if you want to move more quickly and smoothly. JacksonXC offers ski waxing and other XC tuning and repair services. Stop in at the Rental Shop, with your gear, to discuss options for making your skis and poles work better for you.
Did you ski last week? Did you wax and otherwise take care of your skis? When the snow is squeeky-cold your regular ski wax may seem slow; wax does matter if you want to move more quickly and smoothly. JacksonXC offers ski waxing and other XC tuning and repair services. Stop in at the Rental Shop, with your gear, to discuss options for making your skis and poles work better for you.
Tickets: the ticket window is open at the Touring Center just after 8 am; rentals open at 8:30 am. You do not need to come into the building. To rent skis you Start at the Ticket Window.
Masks (face coverings that cover the nose and mouth) are required whenever you will be indoors or in the near vicinity of the building and at all other times outdoors when you can not consistently maintain 6′ distancing, which includes most of your time in the parking lot.
The Touring Center will use the same limited access as last year. Please try to limit the amount of time you spend in the building. Restrooms’ access is through the front door. The Rental & Repair Shop access is through the entry door on the lower level. Day ticket sales are at the Ticket Window on the Back Patio.
You may purchase season passes online or over the phone (or in-person.) If you have last year’s pass bring it to the Center and we will put on “date stickers” to update it for this season. For new passes send us a picture ([email protected]) and we will print it for you (please identify your pictures!)
JacksonXC is a 501(c)3 non-profit charitable organization.
Contributions from donors like you allow us to go beyond the ordinary in terms of youth programs, an extensive trail network and a greater diversity of trail experiences than a traditional business model would allow. You can help by joining many of your fellow skiers and making a contribution today.