Lake Placid Loppet Postponed

The Big news is that the Lake Placid Loppet, originally scheduled for Saturday, January 25, 2014, has been postponed ’till March.  This is good news – think of all the training time you have now!
From their FB page…
Due to circumstances beyond our control, the 2014 Lake Placid Loppet has been postponed to Saturday, March 8th, 2014. Early registrations ($70) has been extended to Wednesday, March 5th. Packet pick-up and late registration ($80) is Friday, March 7th, 3:00-8:00pm at the Olympic Cross Country Center.
We hope that you will be able to join us on our postponement date of March 8. If you are not able to, your registration will be carried over to the 2015 Lake Placid Loppet. Link to Registration

Latest Conditions Jan 16, 2014

There is still plenty of skiing – and surprising good cover in many areas.  So, trail counts and surface quality will improve with even small amounts of new snow.  Lake Placid has recorded 2″ of new snow and Mt. Van Hovenberg will reopen tomorrow on some of the flatter terrain.  Further to the South Garnet Hill is open with some new snow (1″+).  Much the same with Lapland Lake (2″) and Osceola.  This makes a huge difference in the skiing – again with good base cover – some nice skiing is on tap for MLK Weekend.  Picture is from Lapland Jan. 16, 2014.  Latest Ski Conditions

More News!

Lapland Lake – Ladies Love To Ski  A Cross Country Ski Program Designed For Women, Taught by Women!  Lapland Lake Nordic Vacation Center will host a women’s-only ski program Saturday, January 25 from 9:30am – 2:30pm. Pre-registration is required.  The popular five-hour ski program, “Lapland Ladies Love to Ski”, is geared to beginner and intermediate skiers. Focus is on classic ski technique.  Cost for the program is $40 or $55 if participants need rental equipment. Included is a day-long facility use pass, instruction, lunch with equipment & clothing discussion, social group ski with instructors, group wrap-up, hot beverage and equipment discount coupon. The program is led by Lapland Lake’s PSIA-certified instructors Susan Henriksson and Jan Mares.
More Info visit Lapland Lake website

Ski into Great Camp Santanoni –  The Snow Capital of the Adirondacks!  Read all about it on The Adirondack Almanack.