Beaudry Provincial Park has 16K of classic trails.
Trail Conditions reported by Manitoba Parks.
See below for reports submitted by skiers.
From Gord Buhr:
Beaudry is getting pretty hammered out. On the Wild Elm/Grape trails there are no grooves left on the sharper corners. Whatever isn’t ice will be after the next warm day, and I suspect bare spots will show through soon too. Water is starting to collect in some low spots in the first km of Wild Elm. Basswood is less icy but…[Read more]
Skied basswood and elm this afternoon. Pretty icy in spots along elm.
Parking lot was half full, sadly most people were there to hike on the trails. Will MB conservation ever act?
I’ve skied a lot in Minneapolis and I never see hikers on the trails there.
Skiied on Sunday. Trails are fast, but a lot of activity has made them a little junky. Totally worth it still.
Manitoba Parks is unable to post their weekly Thursday trail conditions report on their website, so here it is: https://www.ccsam.ca/wheretoski/wp-content/uploads/2018/02/2018-Feb-15_ManitobaParksWeeklySkiTrailsReport.pdf
Trails are not yet groomed but well skied in so doable although tracks are a bit sloppy with a few icy patches. Elm and wild grape had no bare spots and ski tracks were thankfully not walked on! Overall reasonable shape for ungroomed tracks.
Skied Sunday jan 29th before this fresh dusting so updated report on conditions appreciated! Wild grape at beginning and end was ungroomed and in rough shape due to walkers and snow drifting on back end. No sign of snowmobile tracks though.
Elm was overall in pretty good shape.
River crossing was fine however the basswood trails were near…[Read more]