Spent spring break there (end of March 2014). Stayed there for 5 days. Lots of snow, mid-season conditions.
Good trails, professionally groomed. Hugh Quinn, who maintains the XC zone, does know the stuff.
Nice facilities. A room where you can rest and eat your lunch, free WiFi. Changing room, waxing cabin. Cannot ask for more really.
The "Red Camp", a small old house across the road is a good place to stay. Living room, bedroom upstairs, kitchen and inexpensive, especially mid-week or if you come in a bunch.
The shop is very good too. Over a few years, bought shoes, poles, bindings there. Excellent selection of equipment for sale, and not overpriced, which happens on ski zones.
It's really a remote place
Poor cellphone reception. Neither of our phones (Verizon, T-mobile) worked in the area.
Hugh maintains the business alone. So after an overnight snowfall he has to plow the lot and groom the trails. Often he doesn't have enough time, and it takes couple of days for the trails to get into an optimal shape
My GPS showed shorter trail length than claimed
Overall, they deserve 5 stars
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