Trail Conditions

Nov. 12, 2018

 

The Mountain bike season has officially come to an end. The MTB Trail signs will come down now, making way for the ski signs. Until we officially open for skiing, trail passes will be available for $10 to MTB, Fatbike, Rock Ski, etc (keep in mind there will be no MTB signs to guide you). There is still snow on the ground this morning. Perfect day for fatbiking. And, if you feel like trudging around on rock skis, you are welcome to.

 

Feel like Mountain Biking – You can try.

Great day for Fatbiking – Yep.

Rock Skiing – Why not.

Build a snow man – Sure.

 

Although this snow may not last too long, it is great to once again be thinking about skiing, snowshoeing, and fatbiking. We are working on getting a webcam up and running once again, so that you can see for yourselves what the conditions are like.

Our “Retail Store” will be set up and ready to go later this month. Once again offering all the latest and greatest Nordic Equipment, clothing, accessories, and more. We are your Nordic experts.

See you on the trails!

 

Business Hours:

Monday: 9am – 5pm

Tuesday: 9am – 5pm

Wednesday: 9am – 5pm

Thursday: 9am – 5pm

Friday: 9am – 5pm

Saturday: 9am – 5pm

Sunday: 9am – 5pm

 

 

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Weather Forecast:Environment Canada Forecast
Road Conditions:MTO Road Conditions
Temperature:Current Temperature
Trail Condition:machine groomed powder
Base Depth:6 cm
Amount of New Snow in Last 24 hrs:0 cm
Amount of Snow this season:71 cm
Number of Km of Loops Open Today:25 km
Trackset:25 km
Groomed for Skating:25 km
Snowshoe Trail:12 km
Number of days open this season for skiing25
Swix Glide Wax of the Day:Red
SWIX Grip Wax of the Day:Violet Special
Open for Fat BikingYes (Snowshoe/Fatbike Trail only)