Swedetown Trails Club to celebrate new trail groomer on Winter Trails Day

trail groomer
New trail groomer is on the job!

 

Friday, January 06, 2017

Contact: Laura Smyth (laura@k-c-f.org) or Cynthia MacDonald (info@swedetowntrails.org)

 

The public is invited to enjoy Winter Trails Day on Sunday, January 15 at Swedetown Trails in Calumet, Michigan. This year along with record-breaking snow, the Swedetown Trails Club is celebrating (and showing off!) their new trail groomer.

 

The groomer became a reality for the 2016 winter season thanks to generous contributions by many individuals and help from three separate grants from the Keweenaw Community Foundation. Through KCF’s Herman Gundlach Fund, the club received $5,000, the KCF Cross Country Skiing Endowment supplied an additional $2,500, and the KCF Environmental Endowment Fund provided $1,500 toward the purchase of this important piece of equipment.

 

So come out for Winter Trails Day, see the new groomer, and enjoy:

  • Free all-day pass for skiing or snowshoeing (pick up any time after 10 a.m.);
  • Free snowshoe or ski rentals provided by Cross Country Sports of Calumet;
  • Free hot chocolate and apple juice from noon to 5 p.m. at the Chalet;
  • And get advice from Swedetown Trails Club members on trails for beginners or participate in hourly guided snowshoe hikes.

 

If you’d like to contribute to the Keweenaw Community Foundation’s fund devoted to outdoor recreation, or if you’d like more information, be sure to visit the KCF website at keweenawgives.org.

Through philanthropic services, strategic investments and community leadership, Keweenaw Community Foundation helps people support the causes they care about, now and for generations to come. For more information on Keweenaw Community Foundation and how to give, visit its website at www.keweenawgives.org.