Park and Ski:
To protect skiers and wildlife on the woodland roads, vehicles are required to be left at one of the designated parking areas. The principal parking areas provide direct access to the major ski trails. Please always drive slowly and safely and carefully observe the posted speed limit of 20 km an hour.
That’s all folks!
Unless we get a surprise dumping in the next week our ski season has come to an end.
Thanks for a great winter of safe, socially-distanced exercise and nature appreciation!
We hope to see you back using our hiking trails in the spring and summer!
The trails at the Limberlost Forest provide access to innumerable special natural features as well as tours around a number of the larger lakes. Guests are encouraged to familiarize themselves with trail guide and safety information before embarking on their day tour.
Access of the Limberlost Forest is available at the main gate located 3 km off of Muskoka Road 8 (Limberlost Road) in Lake of Bays. Limberlost does not permit the recreational use of snowmobiles, ATVs, UTVs, or any gas powered motor boats, however skis are encouraged.
- Just past the gates to Limberlost you’ll find a self serve kiosk on your left-hand side
- Park your car in the designated parking lot
- In the kiosk you’ll find
- a guest parking pass to display in your car
- trail maps
- Read and sign the Safety Waiver.
- To protect visitors and wildlife on the woodland roads, vehicles are required to be left at one of a number of designated parking areas. Each of these are a short walk to the start a skiing trail.
- Feel free to stop by our office on the right hand side 300 meters past the self-serve kiosk for trail information, conditions, and suggestions.
Ski trails on the Limberlost Reserve are groomed and qualify as high quality trails. As such, they are suitable for individuals who prefer to enjoy nature at their leisure.
The Limberlost Master Guide contains background information on popular natural features and selected wildlife habitats on the Limberlost property. Donations go directly to Trails Youth Initiatives, who have a Northern Campus at the Limberlost Forest.