Meriden XC Grooming Report 2/11/2021


Two days and two reports!

From Bill:

Yesterday, great conditions for racing classic today, some sun and temperatures in the low to mid-20s – blue kick wax for some, green for the old hands like me. More than 100 high school and middle school skiers spent time on the Smokehouse Loops this afternoon. Some PES students not in the ski program got to watch the racing, as well as folks there to just use the trails.

We did manage to groom everything after the nice snow of Tuesday, and have set tracks on the Smokehouse Loops and in the fields. Across the bridge are some fine skating and good classic with no tracks. The snow is a nicely firm powder – it won’t get better than it is right now! Time to ski.

We found a Tesla card out on the trails today. Email us if it is yours or send your Tesla to come to get it in autonomous mode.


Many of you have donated this year, thank you so much. For those of you who want to send in donations: We’re going through gas, oil, and repairs every day! Make your check payable to “Town of Plainfield” with “Trails” on the memo line. (They need to know it goes to our account.) Your contribution will be tax-deductible, and you can either put it in the donation box at the kiosk in the parking lot OR send it directly to the town at the following address:

Town of Plainfield
Attn: Bill Knight
Plainfield Trail Coordinator
PO Box 380
Meriden, NH 03770

Thanks for your support!