Ontario, Canada

 

Sun, Feb 18: Stokely Creek (Goulais River)

Blue skies and great skiing. Skiing was perfect on Saturday and our skiers asked that we not groom today because conditions are still great and lets just keep it that way. It is always fun to hear new arrivals say, " wow, you really have snow". Somehow only seeing is believing. Up to six inches in the forecast for the next couple days.

- Susan and Gaylen and our Stokely Family of 28 staff

Sat, Feb 17: Stokely Creek (Goulais River)

We had guests arrive from Michigan yesterday and when they got to the Mackinaw Bridge they had serious thoughts of turning around since there was no snow. They decided to trusted our messages that we have snow and were shocked when they arrived. If you step off our trails you will be over your waist in snow. So looking for snow, come on up over the bridges. You will need your passport. We have snow in the forecast for the next several days.

- Susan and Gaylen and our Stokely Family of 28 staff

Fri, Feb 16: Stokely Creek (Goulais River)

Our 2 days of a bit above freezing has past and now it is 12 degrees and all 3 groomers are out on our 100 Km of trails. Snow in the forecast for the next 5 days. Will be fun to see how much we get. Full house this weekend.
Taking reservations for Tour De` Huts which promises to be great day at Stokely.
Call 866-stokely for reservations

- Susan and Gaylen and our Stokely Family of 28 staff

Wed, Feb 14: Stokely Creek (Goulais River)

Three guests skied the perimeter yesterday. That would be about 42km. A longer distance than skiing to all 6 huts but less climbing. So they proved the trails are in great shape. The couple days of just above freezing should be like perfect spring skiing until it drops quickly back down.

- Susan and Gaylen and our Stokely Family of 28 staff