As the light of day increases, so, too, do prime opportunities for cross-country skiing.
Kenai Peninsula cross-country skiers looking for a race to cap a season of training should have no problem finding one March 11.
A reliable rule for finding in-shape ski trails will be as valuable this weekend as any: Go where the races are.
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...opportunities. ?The ski conditions aren?t good at all,? said Andy Bralley, a groundskeeper with Kenai?s Parks and Recreation Department, in regard to the trails at the Kenai Golf Course. ?The massive winds have blow everything away. It...
Freshly fallen snow has softened some trails, but trail groomers say trail conditions remain good for people looking to burn some energy on cross-country skis after a cold snap that had some huddling indoors for several days.
No matter whether you want to ski, skijor, snowshoe or snowmachine, the trail conditions are looking favorable for fun this weekend.
Depending on what form of outdoor recreation you choose, the storm that surged through the area Thursday could be a boon or bane.
...after we've groomed the trails, they make for some fast skiing," said Bob Frates, the director of Kenai's Parks and Recreation Department. "During the day, once the sun hits the trails, they are getting real icy." Due to the ice, Frates...
Believe it or not, cross-country ski enthusiasts would like some more snow.
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