Daily Grooming Report

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The GPS tracking below is tied to the larger grooming machine. For daily trail grooming updates, you can also call the State Parks grooming hotline at (509) 238-4025. For an explanation of grooming issues and links to more resources, visit the grooming explanation page. If you have grooming feedback or inquiries, please email mount.spokane@parks.wa.gov.

 

SkiTrails.com is providing a map of which trails were last groomed, as detected by a GPS device on the large grooming machine (does not include grooming using the snowmobile or older, smaller grooming machine). See map image and trail list below -- click on map to expand, and refresh browser/image for updates. Or click here for a more interactive map.

Important note: Depending on conditions, the groomer sometimes needs to make several passes on each trail in order to get the snow into a skiable condition. The times shown in the table and map below are only the last pass of the groomer.

Colors range from blue (just groomed) to orange (2-3 days ago) to yellow (4-7 days ago).

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Grooming Schedule and Additional Information
  • Normal State Parks grooming schedule is Thursday - Monday, December 1 to March 31. No grooming Tuesday and Wednesday. Trails are normally groomed for both classic and skate skiing.

  • Click Live Conditions for live web cam, current conditions and forecast.

  • Check out the "Conditions 101" page, to learn how to use the information on this web site to forecast the actual ski conditions.

  • Call (509) 238-4025 for State Parks recorded grooming report (also known as the "Snow Line").

  • Direct questions or concerns about grooming to Mt. Spokane State Parks Management at mount.spokane@parks.wa.gov.

Thanks to State Parks staff for all they do to keep the Cross-Country Ski Park running smoothly, and to Inland Empire Paper Co. and Idaho Dep't of Lands for making their land available for trails.