WHAT IS THE GROOMING AND TRAILS COMMITTEE?
Spokane Nordic's Grooming and Trails Committee is an operational body that functions under the umbrella of the Spokane Nordic board. The committee works with the Parks staff, Inland Empire Paper Company and Idaho Department of Lands to facilitate the planning, building and maintenance of our trail system. In addition, the committee has been instrumental in obtaining the largest grooming machine in the state park system, the SNSA snowmobile, and its grooming attachments. The Grooming Advisory Committee is not responsible for, nor is it in charge of, the grooming equipment, staff, or actual grooming performed at Mt Spokane Nordic Area.
GROOMING QUESTIONS AND FEEDBACK
George Momany, Chair
Dave Yadon, Spokane Nordic Board liaison
Grooming feedback and inquiries are handled directly by State Parks. You can use the form below, or email email@example.com.
The Spokane Nordic Grooming and Trails Committee hosts "TRAIL DAYS" throughout the summer to ensure the trails are ready when the snow arrives.
Check out the video to learn more about the work and click the button below if you're interested in volunteering at the next one!
DID YOU CLEAR BRUSH FROM A TRAIL?
WANT TO SEE WHAT OTHER VOLUNTEERS HAVE DONE?
The following grooming priorities map was provided to State Parks by the Grooming and Trails Committee based on skier input and feedback as well as grooming machine capabilities and daily time constraints.
Click here for a downloadable pdf.