1-2″ base – we need snow

MECCA Trails were rolled today and the trails are marginally skiable.  If you need to come out, use your rock skis as the base is extremely thin, with numerous bare spots.  Trails won’t be groomed again until we get at least 4″ of new snow and unfortunately there’s nothing on the forecast.  We know that snow will come, so stay tuned!

Another dusting

MECCA TRAILS got 2 inches of snow over the weekend, but that’s all we have.  There’s a little snow in the forecast but we’ll need to get a good storm before we can groom.

It’s also gun deer season and the trail system is completely on public lands open to hunting.  You’re probably well advised to stay off the trails this week, or if you do head out for a hike, be sure to wear blaze orange.


3-5 inches of snow over the past 48 hours with cool temps forecasted this week.

Hiking trails are open, maps are available at both trailheads.

MECCA Trails are on public lands open to hunting.  Wear blaze orange.

Stay tuned for updates on grooming for the ski trails.

November Trail Report

Trails are open for hiking.  MECCA’s new Hiking Map is posted at both trailheads.  The Hiking Map indicates the location of the boardwalks and wetlands on Moose and Homestead.  There is trail access from the Chalet Trailhead  in the east to the Flowage Trailhead in the west.

Be advised that all trails are open to hunting.

Trail work has been completed this fall on Spruce Hills and Moose.  Grading has been completed around the chalet.

Hazard trees removal and brushing will continue through November.

The chalet will open 8am – 6pm, when skiing and snowshoeing conditions permit.  Masks will be required when in the chalet until COVID restrictions are lifted.