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Calendar of Events 2021-22

November Trail Work every Sat/Sun 9 am Getting our ski terrain open for the winter along with a  delicious cafe lunch. 

TBA 40th Annual Jack Frost Celebration Season opener sharing your gifts of food, donations to local fund raiser, music, and more. 

Dec 16 2021 Full Moon Ski 7:30 pm Silently gliding through the woods under the special glow of the moon on reflective snow. 

Dec 26 Snowshoe Discovery Tour 10 am Chip Chase Natural History Snowshoe Discovery Walk Streamside and vista filled walk with the entertaining White Grass owner. Little over a mile and about an hour.

Feb 2 2022 Groundhogs Day Ski 9 am All day adventure toward the Dolly Sods in search of clues to the rest of the winter.

Feb 6 Mtn State 25 Km Marathon XC Race 1 pm Rolling skate or classic go fast race with a 2km kid’s course, a 10km mellow division or the full 25km series of loops. $25/$5 kids fee.

TBA Mtn Laurel Learning Coop Skiathon Fundraiser 1 pm Sponsor a student skier and support MLLC.

Count on Snowshoe Discovery Walks almost every Sunday * Canaan Hash Harrier Hounds events as they are decided * will update as events are created and scheduled

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EVENTS 21/22 Many other events including several interesting Discovery Snowshoe Tours, some clinics, and much more. Will post as we figure this challenging winter out. Plan on about every Sunday for our free snowshoe discovery walks. 

Robbie’s Rad Adventures and Chippie’s Care Free Tours Usually Sunday afternoons along easy trails focused on exploration.

Hash Hound Harriers ski hash schedule announced as they are determined.

Full Moon Skiing Trips are around each month’s lunar glare Dec. 18 2021, Jan 17, Feb 16, & Mar 18 2021. We usually head out around 7:30 pm. Good snow and surprising visibility. 

Discovery Tours from the Past

Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge’s AmeriCorps member Kristen Lantz talking about how and why the native brook trout use cold water streams in the Valley.

AmeriCorps member Brandon Iddings sharing his knowledge about how and why the U.S. military used the valley during World War 2.

Ted Hodson discusses how water in all of its forms moves through the valley. Find out why the wetlands are so important to the water cycle, and how we can guarantee its survival. Ted Hodson will be talking about the history and importance of the National Wildlife Refuge System. Learn why the refuge system was created, what our mission is, and all of the fun activities that are allowed on wilderness land. Also an evening snowshoe and constellation walk. Learn about constellations and the night sky.

This place is a mecca for positivity, inclusiveness, and fun. I can bring my friends who have never skied before and they will have fun and I can bring big mountain friends and they will too. Great rentals, great food, great snow and trails, great music, most of all, great people. It is my spirit home.

— Colin Hughes

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