Several previous reviews w/negative comments are totally accurate. While the trails are very well groomed and numerous, there are almost no trail intersection markers or blazes of any kind. Plus the childishly-hand drawn map is nearly useless. No mileage/kms.distances; only a few names (which don't necessarily correspond w/anything on the trails). I've also rarely seen any trail map - even a poorly drawn one - that doesn't have a North directional legend to at least help you navigate the cat's cradle of trails w/a GPS or basic compass. The snowshoe trails can only be reached by traversing several miles on x-country trails. They are ungroomed, so be prepared for true backcountry shoeing if powder is deep. Also agree that the staff (?) is not only unfriendly and unwelcoming, but totally useless w/directions and/or assistance. Adding insult to injury are the incredibly high trail fees. It's big and usually has snow when other places don't, but it's bare bones. Oh, and you'd think the place was closed or abandoned by the look of the roadside sign that is totally disheveled, broken, rusted and even the name is missing a letter: "Pros_ect". Maybe if it wasn't so high priced I may have given it another star. Maybe.
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