The 2020-21 ski and snowshoe season is now coming to an end at Telemark. Its been a great season! Telemark hit new records for membership and day use thanks to all the wonderful skiers and snowshoers in the Central Okanagan and beyond. We had some of the best conditions ever, a nice long season and our programs ran succesfully. It was a challenging year due to COVID restrictions but it all worked in the end. We hope to be back to normal operations next year.
We will be closing the Telemark day lodge for the season at the end of the day Thursday April 1st so rentals and day passes will no longer be available. We will still groom the ski trails for another few days on a modified schedule and skiing will still be possible. There will be no staff on site so make sure you have a trip plan and someone knows where you are – Ski at your own risk! There is still good snow coverage on most trails with very good conditions on the fresh grooming in the morning. There are some signs of spring on the trails with some dirt and debris and a couple of thin spots. As the warmer weather takes hold and we groom less the conditions will deteriorate. So get out skiing now while you still can and…. ski with care! Check our Trail Conditions webpage for the latest updates. Snowshoeing is still good up higher but some of the lower, treed, sun exposed trails have some bare or icy spots so snowshoeing is no longer recommended.
We are looking forward to seeing you all next year.