Grooming Report: Yesterday Bill reported that the upper trails were groomed, and that the cold temperatures have allowed the surface to set up nicely. "Good conditions for both classic and skate." (Although, note, no classic track has been set.)
I skied every trail this morning (lucky me!) and can enthusiastically confirm that this report is still accurate – although I might wax a tad more enthusiastically than Bill and say that the conditions were GREAT! Plenty of snow everywhere, the snow has set up nicely, there is no hemlock or other debris on the trails and every single kilometer is groomed and waiting for you. The skiing on the upper trails is particularly good as fewer folks have gone up there.
Skate Ski Clinic (from Virginia Beggs – thank you, Virginia!):
Come Enjoy A Skate Ski Clinic!!
Fundraiser for the Meriden Trails in Meriden, NH
February 13 10-noon All levels (men, malex, non-binary);
1-3 PM All levels (Women, femx, non-binary)
February 27 10-noon All (open to beginners, advance beginners);
1-3 PM All (open to intermediate &+)
Work on skate ski skills and enjoy camaraderie in a fun, no pressure clinic taught by a local ski coach. This clinic is best for advanced beginner and above.
All of the $60.00 registration fee goes to support our Meriden Trail system.
For more information, and to register please email VLBMeriden
Space is limited- Register ASAP to ensure your spot and enjoy some outdoor fun!!
Have you made your donation to the grooming and equipment fund yet this year? 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!