Thursday, January 8, 14:00
Grooming for the Haywood NorAm on January 15 is now finished for the weekend. All trails are open for public use – indeed, we encourage you to try out the enhanced grooming on Tramline, Moraine Lake Road (to Fairview junction) and Fairview Loop. Send feedback to email@example.com. (Note that normal Chateau and Parks Canada grooming with skidoos may still continue through weekend).
Wednesday, January 7, 22:00
Fairview, Moraine Lake Road, Tramline groomed three times today with final dual tracksuit over most sections. Thursday morning will see some touch up work around Upper Parking Lot and lakeshore. No grooming expected on Friday, Saturday or Sunday – all trails will be open to public skiing.
Tuesday, January 6, 17:00
Fairview Trail combed today (groomed flat, no classic tracks), and reopened around 1:30. Moraine Lake Road (Fairview to parking lot) double tracked. Tramline double tracked (mostly). Some initial grooming done on trails around upper parking lot. Wednesday (Jan 7) will see some initial work on Telemark loop (near Chateau), and more work around Upper Parking Lot. Probable setting of classic track on Fairview depending on overnight snowfall.
Monday, January 5, 22:00
PistenBully arrived today and groomed Upper Tramline (double track). This will be left to harden for a day (i.e. open for public skiing). Tomorrow (Jan 6). Grooming will occur on Fairview (closed to public while grooming is in progress).
Sunday, January 4, 22:00
The PistenBully 100 grooming machine will arrive in Lake Louise on Monday January 5. There may be some testing of the machine on the upper Tramline Trail in the afternoon of January 5, but full grooming operations will not begin until Tuesday, January 6.
Upper Tramline, Moraine Lake Road and Fairview loop will be the first trails to be groomed. Upper Tramline and Fairview will be closed while grooming in underway (typically for 2-3 hours). Moraine Lake Road will remain open to recreational skiers who are asked to stay to the left (east) side of the road as far as the Fairview junction (2 km).