TRAIL CONDITIONS LEXICON
The following lexicon resumes most of the types of trail conditions you may encounter during winter. We may add more relevant adjectives in the future to complete the lexicon.
Spring*: Often occurs during thaw. Soft snow, trails are icy at some places. May see a few meters of trails with no snow.
Minimal*: Occurs at beginning of season or after thaw. Trails are icy in some places and less deep than usual. Not much snow in general, but overall still enjoyable.
*Spring and minimal: When you buy a daily pass in these conditions, we will give you a free entry for a future visit since we consider these conditions to be below our standards.
Acceptable: Enough snow. Tracks are visible on all the trails. Possibility of icy tracks in some places.
Good: Enough snow. Nice tracks on the majority of the trails.
Very good: More than enough snow. Nice tracks on all the trails.
Excellent: Abundant snow. Nice dense tracks on all the trails. Ideal weather for skiing.
Fairy tale: Excellent conditions AND a majestic scenery in the trees. Ideal weather for skiing.