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Cruising the Crust

Cruising the Crust

There is a thing that sometimes happens here in the spring.  Everything is still covered in a thick and hardy layer of snow but spring is peeking through. The days get into the 40s, 50s, maybe even 60s. The nights still dip way down into the teens.
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McCoy's Fishing Report - April 9, 2016

As of April 7, 2016 the Sawtooth Hatchery has 1994 Steelhead. Fishermen have been reporting seeing a lot of fish moving on up the river. We are experiencing beautiful blue sky days here with cold nightime temps ( well below freezing ) and very warm daytime temps ( in the 60’s )
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Alturas Ski Trails At Season’s End

Alturas Ski Trails At Season’s End

The ski trails at Alturas Lake are no longer recommended for your skiing enjoyment. On Friday, April 8th, trail signs and grooming equipment were pulled from the west side of the creek as grooming efforts skittered towards an ultimate denouement for the 2015 – 2016 season.
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INCREDIBLE CRUST CRUISING

INCREDIBLE CRUST CRUISING

The ski trails at Alturas Lake were last groomed on Tuesday and Wednesday, the 29th and 30th. However, incredible morning crust cruising conditions in the Sawtooth Valley make them seem superfluous at this time.
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Spring ski trails groomed

Spring ski trails groomed

On Tuesday, March 29th,  Over the Hill, Sheep Thrills, Wapiti, the Connector, South Loop and the Trail to the Lake as far as the bridge junction were groomed for skate and classic at the Alturas Lake ski area. Grooming from the bridge to the lake is scheduled for Wednesday. 
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FIRE AND ICE

FIRE AND ICE

All of the ski trails at Alturas Lake were groomed for skate and classic, except for North Cabin and Sheep Thrills.
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