Join Terry Kinzel for a snowshoe hike on the Churning Rapids trails, followed by hot apple cider and a trip to the sauna. Meet Terry and the group at the Christensen Road trailhead off of M-203 (map). Plan for about an hour long snowshoe on moderately difficult trails.The event is sponsored by the Keweenaw Land Trust.
SWEDETOWN WINTER TRAILS DAY is Sunday, January 14
Noon to 5 p.m.
Free all-day pass for skiing or snowshoeing.
Free snowshoe or ski rentals, provided by Cross Country Sports of Calumet. First come, first served for rental equipment, as available from noon to 4:30 p.m. Come to the Swedetown Chalet to check out equipment.
At the Chalet, free hot chocolate and apple juice from noon to 5 p.m.
We have a new snowmobile to show off. And we’ll also have our large Prinoth Husky groomer on display. Get a close look at this nine-foot tall wonder!
Trails Club members will be on hand to suggest ski or snowshoe routes for anyone new to Swedetown.
Come one...come all...to the fun and family oriented race and community ski series on our Michigan Tech Trails this winter season! The idea is basic, to provide our greater community an opportunity to come enjoy our trails and the sport of skiing through a fun, family oriented participation based environment. The goal is simple, provide the opportunity for our Nordic community to come together to enjoy our sport and Nordic lifestyle in the Copper Country, and strengthen our community engagement with the MTU Nordic Ski Team!
Help KLT raise money to remove the fence at the Huron Bay Field Station by coming out to our 'This Land is Our Land' concert! Folk band White Water will play great local tunes while leading storytelling and evening dances. It all goes down at the American Legion Post 144 in L'Anse. Learn more online or invite your friends to the Facebook event! Revenue from this event will be matched dollar-for-dollar through a challenge grant made by the Carls Foundation.
Keren Tischler will lead a backcountry ski through the Heritage Tract of the Pilgrim River Watershed Project. Come equipped to explore the snowy woods of this forested reserve! Meet at the Boundary Road trailhead.
When: Monday, January 29, 2018 at 7 p.m.
Where: Meet at Swedetown Chalet
Meet up at 7 p.m. and plan to ski at 7:15 p.m. for about an hour (depending upon the weather).
Groups will be led by skiers familiar with the trails. We will divide groups by ski ability, so everyone feels comfortable with the time/distance to ski. Please bring a headlamp if you have one. Children are welcome with an accompanying adult.
Free hot chocolate for all in the Chalet after skiing.
Bring your skis and let’s hope for clear skies to see the moon and ski in some awesome moonlight!
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