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PostFri Dec 27, 2019 1:03 pm 
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They've finally been able to from some trails, including today.

http://www.kongsbergers.org/GroomingReport.html

I'm planning to visit this weekend, and wondering how much stuff is poking through the snow or sitting on top - which skis to take.
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PostFri Dec 27, 2019 8:12 pm 
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Went up Amabalis on the 24th. I never hit bottom, but there wasn't a lot of snow. There has been a couple inches of cold stuff since then, but not enough to bury the various branches, sticks and whatnot. I can't speak to the other paths, but the fact that the groomer took a long time before actually doing anything (rolling, let along grooming) suggests that it might be better to play it safe.
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PostFri Dec 27, 2019 10:02 pm 
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Thanks rossb for the good advice.  I'll take my rock skis tomorrow.  I got a new pair in Winthrop that I'm eager to use, but not to scratch up.
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PostSat Dec 28, 2019 2:56 pm 
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Amabilis and The Road are in good shape, and you can get some speed coming down the hill.  These are the two trails that have been groomed so far.

The other trails are easy to navigate on skinny skis but icy and rutted in places.

All trails have some debris, twigs etc.

I'll probably bring my good skis tomorrow and stick to the years that have been groomed.
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