Grooming Suspended for Season
Due to Coronavirus transmission concerns, the Forest Service and Medicine Bow Nordic Association have made the mutual decision to suspend grooming for the season.  The last day of ski trail and Multiple Use Trails grooming was Friday March 27th.


MBNA is a non-profit organization supported by its members, other community contributors, and grants.  We operate under a Challenge Cost Share Agreement with the U.S. Forest but are  entirely responsible for the grooming of the Nordic ski trails at the Happy Jack area.  Memberships and donations are vital for covering administrative costs such as insurance, mailings, and the web site where we post information about trail conditions and events.  They also help pay for grooming of the ski trails, which is done entirely by MBNA.  

Pole Mountain Gateway Projects - Public Meetings Postponed
Update:  Due to COVID-19, the Pole Mountain Gateway Projects meeting dates have been postponed from March 24 & 26 to April 28 & 30.

The Forest Service has issued a press release about public meetings planned to kick-off Pole Mountain Gateway projects. Two informational gathering meetings have been scheduled pertaining to non-motorized recreation on Pole Mountain. Please mark your calendars and plan to attend one of these meetings.

Laramie: Tuesday, April 28, 2020, at the Albany County Fairgrounds in Laramie, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.

Cheyenne: A second meeting with the same agenda, will be held Thursday, April 30, 2020, at the Kiwanis Community Center located in Cheyenne, from 5:30-7:30 p.m.



Please check out our grooming blog http://medbownordic.blogspot.com  for up-to-date trail information!

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