Trail Conditions

April 11, 2018

We are now closed for skiing.

We will be working over the next few weeks to prepare the Mountain Bike and Trail running trails.  There is still quit a bit of snow in the forest and we need some warm weather to melt the snow and ice before we can get onto the trails to clean them up.   We hope to have some trails, if not all, open by our Demo Day April 28th.

There are heated portable washrooms onsite. Phase 2 of our re-opening could involve some temporary infrastructure, but we are unsure of timelines for that right now.

Thank you to our friends at Highlands Nordic and Georgian Nordic, who allowed our members to ski for free while we were closed.

The community support has been tremendous, and we will be back even stronger after all of this.

“A structure fire engulfed a portion of our Chalet early Christmas morning, leaving the entire Chalet unsafe for use for the foreseeable future. The fire marshal has concluded his initial investigation, and the cause was determined to be an accidental electrical fire.”

If you would like some insight into how we groom the trails, or just want some entertainment, check out our groomers video blog.

Hours:  Starting April. 9, 2018

Monday to Friday 9am-5pm

Saturday & Sunday and holidays: 9am-5pm

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2017/2018 Winter Brochure

Weather Forecast:Environment Canada Forecast
Road Conditions:MTO Road Conditions
Temperature:See The Webcam
Trail Condition:Closed
Base Depth:5cm
Amount of New Snow in Last 24 hrs:0 cm
Amount of Snow this season:427 cm
Number of Km of Loops Open Today:0 km
Trackset:0 km
Groomed for Skating:0 km
Snowshoe Trail:0 km
Number of days open this season for skiing107
Swix Glide Wax of the Day:n/a
SWIX Grip Wax of the Day:n/a
Open for Fat Bikingno