There is plenty of base left, however when the rain hit we started to get a significant amount of hikers avoiding the paved section to walk all over the classic tracks. Thankfully there is lots of snow, i'm hoping when I get back to work I can cut and till the snow to fill the foot holes. Many areas of southern Michigan could have skiing longer if hikers didn't walk all over the tracks, that is when it becomes difficult to repair the tracks. It sounds like we will be getting some new snow this week. If we do I'm confident that I can repair it. And to answer the second question we have a old 93 Polaris wide track snowmobile with a pull behind track setter that makes the corduroy and classic tracks. So if any of you see a hiker walking on the ski tracks nicely ask them to walk on the paved path (might want to suggest some yak tracks for the ice patches) or ask them to walk on the snow covered trails in the woods. Doing a good job on trail grooming takes hours. Hopefully we can get some good skiing at the park later this week. I'll post up when I groom the trail again. Thank you for the interest in the park!
Maybury State Park