Trails were groomed Feb. 23 but grooming efforts were blocked, literally, Feb. 26 due to a vehicle that drove over the groomed trail and got stuck at the entrance to the campground. The best skiing is on the Jamison side and throughout the campground.
Jamison Trail: Open, groomed, set track and skating lane. Very wide at most spots.
Harpers Way: Open, groomed, set track and skating lane.
Camp Lisa: Open, set track and skating lane.
Upper Campground: Open, groomed, skating lane, set track.
Campground: Open, groomed, set track and skating lane. Good skiing.
Lower Campground: Open, groomed, set track and skating lane. Made it a loop.
Bear Scat Flat: Open, set track and skating lane as of Feb. 23. Plumas-Eureka: Open, vehicle caused damage, not groomed.
The Central Sierra Nevada Mountain Avalanche Advisory is issued daily by the Sierra Avalanche Center (SAC), covering the Northern Sierra Nevada mountain range from Ebbett’s Pass (State Highway 4, Alpine County) to Yuba Pass (State Highway 49, Sierra County).
It applies to back-country areas outside of developed ski areas only. For daily avalanche advisory information, go to the SAC website at www.sierraavalanchecenter.org, or phone 587-3558.