Brandon Hills

  • andrew hintz posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 3 months, 2 weeks ago

    trails were groomed again today. if you encounter hikers walking directly on the ski tracks please speak up and let them know they shouldn’t walk on them. have fun everybody.

  • andrew hintz posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Trails were groomed again friday evening.

  • John posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Andrew fantastic job Thanks

  • andrew hintz posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Got the trails Groomed this evening! please let me know how I did will not be skiing them myself this weekend and would like to know how they turned out.

  • andrew hintz posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 4 months ago

    sorry everyone but wasn’t able to groom this week and with more snow coming Saturday wont be grooming till next week. hopefully there enough fresh snow to set a good track.

  • andrew hintz posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 4 months, 1 week ago

    Tried to groom yesterday but do to the recent weather I was not able to set a good track. the trails are hard as a rock and I couldn’t penetrate the snow. I did manage to smooth out the trails. hopefully with a bit of snow coming I can set track again early next week. if anybody happens to have some old barbell weights they don’t use I could use a…[Read more]

  • Elise Watchorn posted an update in the group Group logo of Brandon HillsBrandon Hills 4 months, 1 week ago

    Thought we might be in for some sketchy conditions as we drove up to the Brandon Hills today: nearby roads and fields were heavily iced up after the freezing rain. But trails were safe, with some new snow over hard pack.

    We skied the A, B, and C loops. One skier had been there ahead of us. Aside from his marks in the shallow new snow, you’d n…[Read more]