Three visitors brave the cold weather on Dec. 31 to cross-country ski on the Candle Creek Trails in Clearwater. Pictured are (l-r) Nadeane Early, Brie Nelson and Reed Early. The Earlys live in Duncan while Brie, their daughter, lives in Calgary.

PHOTOS: Skiers brave the cold

Frigid weather doesn’t deter cross-country skiers on the last day of 2017

Clearwater’s Candle Creek ski trails attract a fair number of skiers on the last day of the year despite frigid temperatures. Wells Gray Outdoors Club has about 30 km of trails at Candle Creek.

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Clearwater resident Georgia Lamond takes a break in front of the Wells Gray Outdoors Club chalet next to the Candle Creek cross-country ski trails on Sunday, Dec. 31. Despite cold temperatures there were a fair number of people out skiing.

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