due to overnight rain, grooming operations are suspended until we receive at least 12" of snow. CHeck back for updates.
We are enjoying some sunshine on the track today! Freshly groomed with a beautiful view!
Please help us support the continuation of our nordic track and purchase your pass at ltccConnect.com. It takes money to make that snowmobile go 'round.
The nordic track is freshly groomed as of this morning after receiving a few extra inches over the last two days. bring your friends, come by the office to get a pass and get out there before spring starts in a few weeks. You'll be glad you did!
The LTCC Nordic Track is still in good condition after some rain. Track is groomed daily, and is beautiful.
Please remember to purchase your pass before you go out. Season pass contributions help maintain the track and purchase gas and maintenance for the snowmobile groomer.
We love our four legged friends, but please pick up after them.
Our nordic track is set to be groomed daily, in the afternoon! throw on your snow shoes or cross country skis and join us out on the fresh tracks!! there are No major snow storms in the forecast for the next week but a little dusting of powder today and maybe next monday 2/25/19, now is the time to get out and have some fun in the snow!
The LTCC Nordic Track has been freshly groomed, and it is beautiful! Please purchase your passes before you head out at ltccConnect.com. An individual season pass is just $29 and goes directly into supporting the track for future use.
3 feet of snow at lake level!
our grooming team successfully set a track. Please be sure to purchase your pass at ltccconnect.com before you go out.
With all of the rain over the weekend, there is not a sufficient base to sustain grooming the track.
Forecasters are increasingly certain that an approaching winter storm is going to deliver much needed snow to the Tahoe Basin. The National Weather Service in Reno has upgraded a winter storm watch to a winter storm warning, with heavy snow expected between 10 p.m. Wednesday and 4 a.m. Friday. During that time, 1-3 feet of snow is possible above 7,000 feet.
we need 2 feet of snow at lake level to begin setting the groomed track.
Please check back for updates, and remember to purchase your pass before you head out on the track. If you purchased a pass in the 17/18 season we are honoring them for the 2018/19 season.