The Climate Prediction Center issued a La Nina watch this month, predicting the climate phenomenon is likely to develop in late fall or early winter. La Nina favors drier, warmer winters in the south and wetter, cooler conditions in the northern U.S.
Bob Frye, founder of Cross Country Ski Headquarters in Higgins Lake, has been inducted by the board of the Michigan Snowsports Industries Association to the Michigan Ski Hall of Fame as a Snow Sports Builder.
The Noquemanon Trail Network will once again have the ice cream tent at the International Food Fest, in Mattson Lower Harbor Park on July 2, 3 and 4, with all proceeds going to support non-motorized trail development.
We are adding a spring work weekend to the schedule this year to address the poor condition of the siding on The Warming Room / Pole Barn. The plan is to replace the existing board and batten with sheets of T1-11 siding.
The colorful Alaska Ski for Women (ASFW) is North America's largest women-only cross-country ski event, raising funds for local non-profit organizations that help stop the cycle of domestic abuse against women and children.
The outlook for a white Christmas this year is lower than average given the sustained warm temperatures expected into the Christmas holiday. Officially, an inch of snow must cover the ground at 7am for it to be deemed a
The Gaylord Middle School Cross Country Ski Club would like to thank our sponsors for the purchase of 28 pairs of skis, boots, poles, and bindings. With the help of Forbush Corner Cross-Country Skiing, we were able to purchase new Madshus ski equipment.
it looks like our Demo day weekend is going to be green instead of white. So, on December 12th we have decided to turn it into a mountain biking, hiking, and running day instead. The best part will be the bonfire and snow dancing!