Current Conditions at Stokely: -3°C & clear skies
New Snow: 0 inches / 0 cm Snow Base: 17 inches / 42 cm Snow Depth: 50 inches/125 cm
March 24th, 2015
We would like to thank everyone who was at Stokely this year for joining us during another busy and snowy ski season. The sun has been shining a lot lately and sometimes it feels like spring is coming, but when you wake-up and it is -17C spring seems far away. The melting is happening very slowly, and it has even snowed again in the last few days.
There are still some skiers out enjoying the trails and some fantastic crust skiing! If you’ve ever skied our trails and wanted to explore a bit off the trail… now is the time. The snow is hard enough that you can ski pretty much anywhere you’d like. All trails are now “use at your own risk.”
Looking forward to seeing you all again next year!
March 14, 2015
With snow showers today, our groomers out grooming to make all our last weekend guests happy. And they are happy. On Jamies last day, he is out skiing with our guests. We are all looking forward to a fun party this evening. Thanks to all our guests for making this a great year at Stokely.
March 13, 2015
What is happening at Stokely for the weekend? The creeks are flowing, giving us a beautiful photo opportunity. Today we have some freezing rain. So guests are relaxing by the fire or going out snowshoeing. The light rain is suppose to turn to snow. We are planning on snow. Sending out our groomers one last day, will make Saturday a great ending to our season.
March 8th 2015
It has been a busy week at Stokely. A few nights ago 17 guests went skiing and some snowshoeing in the moonlight. You should have heard us howling at the full moon. Then yesterday was the Loppet and many guests said it was the best Loppet ever. The weather was great and the grooming was perfect. We are getting snow today and with the warmer weather this week, spring skiing should be great fun.
March 5, 2015
There is a group of 10 from Winnipeg visiting Stokely for the first time. They are loving all the snow and variety of trails. They are hoping to bring more friends with them next year.