All smiles at Troll Ski Resort

Coach Mark Savard, Misha and Charlotte get set for a day of learning to ski safely Sunday, Jan. 12 at Troll Ski Resort as part of the Lightning Creek Ski Club’s Nancy Greene ski program. (Lindsay Chung - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
Brandon and three-year-old Arthel Surcess enjoy a day of skiing at Troll Resort Sunday, Jan. 12. (Lindsay Chung - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)
The Yellow Lift was busy with Troll’s Sunday ski school students on Jan. 12. (Lindsay Chung - Quesnel Cariboo Observer)

Temperatures of -20 C and colder couldn’t wipe the smiles off the faces of skiers and snowboarders Sunday, Jan. 12 at Troll Ski Resort.

It’s a good thing these hardy souls braved the weather when they did, as Troll closed Monday, Jan. 13 after temperatures fell to around -30 C. Troll’s website states the ski hill is closed Monday, Tuesday and possibly Wednesday and even longer, too, due to the colder weather. Watch for updates at

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