Got great snow last night. According to our guests who have been out skiing, the trails are perfect. Have a couple openings for this weekends Hut to Hut. Call Stokely for reservations.
Our groomers went out this morning and they were so happy to get back on the trails.
King Mountain Snow Depth Contest!
Stokely Creek Resort is having a snow depth contest. Can you guess the snow depth a-top King Mountain? King Mountain is located just outside the Sault in the Algoma Highland. It rises1000 feet above the valley below. It is one of the tallest mountains in the region. It has it’s own micro-climate with lower temperatures resulting in more lake effect snow. With the warm weather and the snow predicted in the next few days it will be a big guess. The measurement will be taken January 28.
Please enter your measurement guess in feet and inches.
E-mail .. You will need to give your name and phone # and depth guess, and your entry will be added to the contest. If you attend the Snowshoe Fest on this Saturday the 28th you can enter at registration. The winner will receive a free pair of snowshoes. All email entries must be sent by mid-night the 28. The winner will be announced on Sunday the 29th.
Snowshoe Fest is Saturday January 28!
Lucie Gagnon our snowshoe developer and local artist brought us a colorful touch this winter.
Her personal collection of old painted snowshoes that are now hanging at different spots along the snowshoe trails.
Look for the two “frame snowshoes” placed in front of the lodge.
You can use it for your “unique snowshoes framed pictures” or for your “special snowshoe framed selfies”.
Check it out during our Snowshoe Fest.
You probably know these two happy people. Stokely’s first managers. Mike is celebrating is 75th and Carolyn is keeping her age a secret. Stokely wishes them many more happy years.