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Nov 19

Nordic Trails Condition Update

Posted to Natrona County Parks by Parks Department

Nordic Trails Conditions Update for November 18, 2019

  • There has been 4 inches of new snow.
  • All trails have been groomed.
  • Excellent conditions for mid-November.
  • Expect freeze/thaw conditions due to above freezing temperatures.
  • There are some critically thin spots due to melting from the warm temperatures.
  • The Maze lights are on.
  • Grooming will only be conducted on fresh snow until temperatures stabilize below freezing as to not damage trail surface or grooming equipment.
  •  Ski passes are required for all that use the mountain trail system. Funds generated from ski pass sales go to maintaining and grooming trails. Day passes are available at both trailheads or have your season pass receipt with you.

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Sep 27

T.W. Elf Meets Olivia the Osprey

Posted to The Wandering Elf by T.W. Elf

I tried with all my might to hold on to my dear sleigh, but the Wyoming wind got the best of me. In a flash, I was thrown into the air. Rotating, spinning fiercely like a rag doll, I could barely catch my breath. When the squall finally subsided, I realized the rope was no longer in my grasp. Woodsy was gone.

In the distance I could see him floating down the North Platte. In my dismay, I raced down the shoreline leaping and bounding as quickly as I could. I dodged sage brush, drifts and rocks. Just as I was about to grab the line, another gust swooped me up and tossed me. When I got my balance and recovered from the cold wind, Woodsy was lost. He was nowhere in sight.

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