GeneralNewsMWSC Opens Season in Stockholm, ME

FasterSkier FasterSkierOctober 23, 2009
Sarah Dominick taking advantage of early snow in Maine.
Sarah Dominick taking advantage of early snow in Maine.

Stockholm, ME — Sure, we all get plenty of reports of early snow each year.  And this snow fall is only about 5″.  And it likely won’t last more than 24 hours on the ground.  But in Stockholm, that’s no reason not to do it right.  Thanks to the dedication and enthusiasm of the Snowy Mountain Trails’ groomer/director Tom Campbell, the Maine Winter Sports Center XC squad is already 1 hour into training on groomed trails this year.

Most of the team is in Stockholm this morning for a classic ski.  Sarah Dominick, pictured here, has already got in her 2 hour ski and is firing up the Sweetser/Dominick sauna, also pictured here.  If the snow holds until early afternoon–which looks likely, thanks to the grooming, the team will head out for a short skate workout.

Just because the snow is thin and temporary doesn’t mean you shouldn’t treat your ski center like a real venue. Do it right!

Sarah Dominick taking advantage of early snow in Maine.
Midwinter conditions...
October 23rd
October 23rd
It isn't winter without a post-ski sauna.
It isn't winter without a post-ski sauna.

Source: MWSC

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