Three inches of new snow this morning presented the opportunity to smooth off and cover trails with a fresh blanket of clean snow. Trails groomed: Rendezvous and Deja View. Skate and classic, spring conditions.
No new snow and lots of sun. Trails groomed: Rendezvous and Deja view. machine groomed spring granular, smooth and fast. Skate and classic.
Some new snow, some trails groomed, cloudy and 29F. Some trails include: Rendezvous, Deja, Jerry's, the Doodle to Sheppard's, up Sheppard's and down Tele Hill, and both Sprint Loops. Machine groomed, spring conditions.
No new snow, clear and 25 F. Groomed Rendezvous and Dead Dog this evening. Should be fat in the morning.
Several inches of new new, 17 F early this morning. Trails groomed: Rendezvous, Deja View, Jerry's and the Doodle. Skate and classic, machine groomed powder mixed with some granular spring snow. Should be very fun skiing until the sun warms things up.
No new snow, cloudy 31 F. Trails groomed: Rendezvous, Deja View, Jerry's and the Doodle. Wet spring snow, skate and classic.
Woohoo! What a season this has been! And, to be honest, it’s still not over. While regular grooming has ended, we are now working on a less frequent, volunteer-based grooming schedule. As grooming does occur, it will be posted here, on the @yellowstoneskifest IG account, and the @Rendezvous Ski Trails Facebook page.
Thanks for for sticking with us through this amazing season. And remember, there is also bicycling in Yellowstone National Park. Of course, this is weather-permitting. See you out there.
We had to temporarily remove our trail thermometer do to some changes in our grooming needs. Please check the temp in West Yellowstone right above this blurb or on one of the great weather websites on the World Wide Web. Thanks for understanding.
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