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Monday Night Ski @ Lake Elmo Park Reserve

  • Feb 3, 2014 · 6:00 PM
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Let's meet after work at the Lake Elmo Park Reserve for some night skiing on their 8.7K of lighted ski trails! I'll be there at 6PM, and plan to hit the trails at 6:15. If you are going to be late, just let me know, and I will look for you at the Nordic Ski Center between loops.

Please check back for updates due to weather and ski conditions.

Trail conditions can be found at SkinnySki.

The Essentials:

Both a $25 Washington County Park vehicle permit (or a day pass for $5) and a MN Ski Pass are required, and can be obtained at the park's contact station.

Washington County Parks does not rent any recreational equipment. Ski rentals are available at Joe's Ski Shop and 45 Degrees. Lake Elmo Park Reserve Winter Trail Map|Winter Trail Brochure

The Nordic Center at Lake Elmo is now open daily to park visitors. The building is a place to warm up and relax before and after skiing, snowshoeing or hiking. The building contains modern bathrooms with changing rooms and lockers for use. Bring your own padlocks. Also included is a room with tables and chairs for eating. Benches along the windows and a gas fireplace also make it a warm, convenient spot to view skiers or wait for friends and family. Vending machines offer snack, pop, hot chocolate and coffee choices. Waxing tables, ski racks and a campfire ring with stone benches are available outside the building. 20 kilometers (12.4 miles) of trails are groomed for skate and classic skiing. Five loops, from two to six kilometers in length, vary from easy to more difficult. 8.7 kilometers (5.4 miles) of lighted ski trails begin at the Nordic Center Trailhead. More than 200 LED light fixtures illuminate the Northern Lights, Lake Elmo, and Brown’s Pond loops. Parking is available at the Eagle Point and Nordic Center Trailhead.

Lights illuminating the Brown’s Pond and Lake Elmo loops will be on until 9:15 p.m. Lights on the Northern Lights loop will be on until 9:45 p.m. All other trails close at dusk.

The winter parking lots close at 10 p.m.

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  • Ione

    Fun group but the temp was very cold by the time we finished skiing.

    February 4, 2014

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