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    Prospect Heights/Glen Alps' Powerline Trail groomed

    NSAA groomed the Powerline/Gasline loop from Prospect Heights to Glen Alps Saturday night. They also continued up valley from Glen Alps towards Powerline Pass another 3 miles. Round trip 13 miles from Prospect Heights with a healthy climb to the turnaround. Descent is way smoother and more fun than summer. Get it while it's good.

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    since this notice is posted on a bike forum i assume we can bike this route, or is it supposed to be ski only....??

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    All of those trails are multi-use

    Quote Originally Posted by William D
    since this notice is posted on a bike forum i assume we can bike this route, or is it supposed to be ski only....??
    All of the trails in the post above are considered multi-use. The NSAA grooms a number of multi-use trails through the winter. NSAA does not normally groom up here, but since it is the only good ski area, they groom from time to time.

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    that's awesome, thanks. i'll check out the trail and will be repsectfull of the set-tracks.

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    smart

    Quote Originally Posted by William D
    that's awesome, thanks. i'll check out the trail and will be repsectfull of the set-tracks.
    Give it a day or so to set. Trail use will be good for all.


    akdeluxe
    "Trust me,you don't want a big baby."

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    No setting required... Trail was hard as a rock last night for Endomorphs. Snow Cat/Weirwolfs would do fine as well. Even all the foot traffic barely made a dent. Not your typical Kinkaid courduroy...

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