There have been reports of increased foot & snowshoe traffic on the main corridor. We all need to do our best to educate other user groups about groomed trail etiquette, and will try to fill in some of the areas where this traffic has caused large holes on the trail.
This increased foot traffic is most likely due to tourists visiting the area over the break who don’t know that the trails they are treading on are groomed for skiing. If you should happen to see someone walking on a groomed trail with or without snowshoes, please politely inform them that groomed trails are for skiing only, and that there are several marked trails for snowshoeing or hiking.
Thanks for your patience in this matter, and remember that as a part of the Meissner Nordic community, we are all responsible for educating all user groups about proper ski trail etiquette in a respectful manner.
Weather information for Wanoga Butte from the Oregon Department of Transportation.
HWY372 at Wanoga Butte
Dew Point: 31.8F
Relative Humidity: 72%
Wind Direction: W
Wind Speed (Avg.): 13 mph
Wind Speed (Gusts): 23 mph
Last Updated: 03/30/15 11:30 pm
Mt. Bachelor Conditions
Near Mt. Bachelor, milepost 22.