All of our trails are well marked. You will never get lost and if you have tackled a trail that is too long, there are even short-cuts leading back to the chalet.

We label each trail with the level of difficulty. Since there are 40 km of trails in loops of 3 km up to 22 kms, it is important to know the level of technical and physical challenges. There are trails that are mostly flat for beginners, rolling trails for those that like a little bit of up and down and steep hills for the racers and those that would like to challenge their fitness and technical skills. So be sure to grab a trail map or stop to take a look at the big map by the start of the trails.

All of the trails have one or two classic tracks on the right and a full skating lane on the left, so there is lots of room. If you need to stop and take a break or just simply blow your nose, you can easily do so without causing a hold-up.

The staff members are fully trained in first aid and we have a Snow Patrol every weekend that constantly monitor the trails for your safety.

All of our trails are one way. This means that if you are descending down a hill, you do not need to worry about a collision. We ask that you still ski with care and to be aware of corners, but there are fewer incidents on one way trails.

Our trails are cleared daily of any trees or debris, our groomer goes out every single night/early morning. We ensure that our trails are in top shape.

At the end of each day we sweep our trails to make sure that everyone is safely back to their cars. So if you have fallen and can’t get up, don’t worry -we’ll find you!

We ask that all skiers respect others on the trail and pass with care. A polite call of “on your left” as you go by a slower ski is the best way to pass.