This week’s snow report

This week’s snow report:

Eaglecrest Ski Area:

New snow (24 hours):

• Base: 0 inches

• Top: 0 inches

New Snow (48 hours):

• Base: 0 inches

• Top: 0 inches

Total snow:

• Base: 7 inches

• Top: 91 inches

Temperature:

• Base: 40 F

• Top: 34 F

Wind:

• Base: 0 mph

• Top: 10 mph

For mountain conditions and grooming reports go online to juneauempire.com or skijuneau.com.

Juneau area groomed Nordic trails:

• Eagle Beach:

As of Feb. 7, skate and classic skiing were good in soft, ungroomed snow. Coverage in the trees was improving.

• Eaglecrest Upper Loop:

As of Jan. 30, skate skiing was excellent, with great coverage, but no classic tracks. Al Clough has donated a shelter for the area; it was set up Tuesday.

• Mendenhall Glacier Campground:

As of Jan. 12, yellow speed bumps are starting to show through the ice; the Juneau Nordic Ski Club has stopped grooming until the area gets more snow.

• Montana Creek Road:

Melting fast. The first one mile is ice. But after the landslide the skiing is pretty good. Bring grippers to walk there.

• For current trail conditions and regular updates on all Nordic trail conditions in the Juneau area, go online to http://www.jnski.org.

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