Kane Valley Skiing – photos 2014-2015

Here are some photos from the Kane Valley Ski trails. If you’d like to contribute photos to this gallery please send them to   nicolanordic@gmail.com

Fresh snow on the Kane Valley trails.   Photo: © Jean Kiegerl

Fresh snow on the Kane Valley trails. Photo: © Jean Kiegerl

January 18: "Several of us braved out after the rain all morning in town to find great skiing and snowman weather at Kane." Photo: Tracey Dunsmore

January 18: “Several of us braved out after the rain all morning in town to find great skiing and snowman weather at Kane.” Photo: Tracey Dunsmore

Snowman at P2, 18 January 2015. Photo: Tracey Dunsmore

Snowman at P2 trailhead, 18 January 2015. Photo: Tracey Dunsmore

The Parno family enjoy a day of skiing with their pooch. Mathews loop is the only trail on which dogs are allowed.

The Parno family enjoy a day of skiing with their pooch. Matthews loop is the only trail on which dogs are allowed. Photo: Ian Webster, Merritt Herald.

The Kane section is mostly flat or gentle slopes and is good for beginners. Photo: © AlanBurger

The Kane section is mostly flat or gentle slopes and is good for beginners. Photo: © Alan Burger

Cresting the hill on the Hill's Homestead loop. This is a somewhat demanding section with a long climb no matter which way you go - but the rewards are worth it. Hill's Homestead offers a wonderful secluded wilderness experience with a lot of variety. Photo: Alan Burger

Cresting the hill on the Hill’s Homestead loop. This is a somewhat demanding section with a long climb no matter which way you go – but the rewards are worth it. Hill’s Homestead offers a wonderful secluded wilderness experience with a lot of variety. Photo: Alan Burger

Among the big Douglas-fir tees at the highest part of Hill's Homestead loop. There are some fine old-growth trees along this route. Photo: © Alan Burger

Among the big Douglas-fir trees at the highest part of Hill’s Homestead loop. There are many old-growth trees along this route. Photo: © Alan Burger

Lunch at one of the benches along the Hill's Homestead loop. Great views and great skiing. Photo: © Andrea Lawrence

Lunch at one of the benches along the Hill’s Homestead loop. Great views and great skiing. Photo: © Andrea Lawrence

Maurice and Terry snowshoeing in Kane Valley. Snowshoers are asked to stay off the groomed trails but there are some marked trails for snowshoeing - check out our home page.

Maurice and Terry snowshoeing in Kane Valley. Snowshoers are asked to stay off the groomed trails but there are some marked trails for snowshoeing – for more information on snowshoeing check out our home page.  Photo: Ian Webster, Merritt Herald.

Harmon trail with hoarfrost covering the trees - January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Harmon trail with hoarfrost covering the trees – January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Chris on Harmon Trail - January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Chris on Harmon Trail – January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Panorama shelter makes a welcome lunch stop on a frosty day - January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Panorama shelter makes a welcome lunch stop on a frosty day – January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Lunch stop at Panorama shelter - January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

Lunch stop at Panorama shelter – January 2015. Photo: Alan Burger

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