We need you help!! We're hoping you'll volunteer this year.
Volunteer Survey: SK SURVEY
Please take the volunteer survey if you believe that you can spare a few hours to make Snowkraft better. We created this survey to get you know you, the trail users and volunteers, better. We want to get an idea of what interests you have so SK can appeal to people of varied interests. Please take a moment to fill out the survey so we can help make SK better! All your information is confidential and protected.
We'll keep a Google spreadsheet with all volunteers info and send out invites when starting projects in which you indicated interest.
We'll be updating this frequently with new info. ...stay tuned
Current/short term priorities/goals
Connectors (short segments to break up main trail.)
Trail Signs made
Clear bike trails
Bike Trail Maps
Design/Add bike trail on 20 acres at new haus
Optional lines on main trail. (4/5 per mile)
Start cutting splitting wood
Mar 16: CORONAVIRUS AND SNOWKRAFT
I want to explain why at SK we are allowing work groups and riding to continue, as I am totally against almost all gatherings.
(You can also come at any time and work by yourself. If you don't know what to work on, message Andrew.)
We don't expect to have more than 5 people working at one time. (It is possible group size could be up to 10.) That is about the average size of work groups. We are out in fresh air, working apart, and it is less likely that you would be infected.
Being at SK working or biking is therapy for many. This is a stressful time, and stress needs to be relieved. (Italy prohibited biking as of just a few days ago, and I think that may have gone too far, although Italy is in crisis.)
Use good judgment. If you are older than 60, you may not want to come. If you have daily contact with immunosuppressed persons, you should not come.
When here, FOLLOW THESE GUIDELINES:
1. Wash your hands before coming
2. Don't come if you have a cold
3. Stay 10 feet apart!!
4. Be mindful of not touching your face if you are sweating.
5. When you get home, disinfect your gloves.
Refer to FB or our website for updates, as this may change.
Ski Clinic, April 10, 2021
Bryan Fish, US Ski and Snowboard Nordic Program Director, will host a dryland technique clinic, with a fireside chat after. See PDF.
Contact Brian Fitzgerald to register:
6-29-18: Important info about using the area
6-29-2018: We are in the process of acquiring a conditional use permit, which will make Snowkraft available to the public. I am hoping that Snowkraft can accept the public for the coming ski season.
Until then, unfortunately we cannot accept the general public.