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Crossroads closer to grooming ski trails

Mother Nature will need to cooperate a little more before Crossroads at Big Creek can fully-groom the trails and begin the Ski-For-Free Rental program originally slated for this weekend.  The over three inches of fresh snow on Sunday that fell in Door County allowed Crossroads personnel to roll the trails around the nature preserve, but not enough to set track.  Program Director and naturalist Coggin Herringa says outdoor enthusiasts can still snowshoe or use their own ski equipment to blaze their trials at this point.

 

 

Herringa notes that Crossroads at Big Creek has ski-only and multi-use trails. The secondary routes are designed for non-skiing activities like snowshoeing and hiking.  With additional snowfall forecasted for the next couple of days, Herringa is hopeful that more families will have the opportunity to enjoy the nature preserve's snow-covered trails this weekend.

 

(photo courtesy of Crossroads at Big Creek)

 

COMING SOON.... .........but not quite yet. The trails were rolled Monday morning, but there is not yet adequate snow...

Posted by Crossroads at Big Creek on Monday, December 28, 2020

 

 

 

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