Page Updated: April 9th 2023

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. Parking areas are marked on the map below.

Click here to download a PDF copy of our winter Ski Map.

Trail Conditions:

2023 Ski Season is Closed. Thank you for a great ski season.

Classic/Skate Trails

TrailDifficultyOpen?Groomed?Trackset?Date Groomed
Barlow GreenCLOSEDYesYes
Buck Lake Loop*GreenCLOSEDYesYes
Buck Lake CrossingGreenCLOSEDYesYes
Burns LakeGreenCLOSED
Helve Lake Loop*BlueCLOSED
Helve Lake CrossingGreenCLOSED
High LakeBlueCLOSEDYesYes
High Lake CutBlackCLOSEDNoNo
High – Spaniel LinkBlue/BlackCLOSEDNoNo
Lee LakeGreenCLOSEDNoNo
Lee Lake LoopBlueCLOSEDNoNo
Long LakeGreenCLOSED
McReynold ValleyGreenCLOSEDYesYes
McReynold – Lee ConnectorGreenCLOSEDYesYes
Peeler Ski TrailGreen/BlueCLOSEDYesYes
Peeler LoopGreen/BlueCLOSEDYesYes
Solitaire Lake Loop*GreenCLOSED
Solitaire Lake Crossing*GreenCLOSED
Spaniel LoopBlue/BlackCLOSEDYesYes
* Lake crossings are dependent on ice conditions. When crossings are not established Buck and Helve loops are both out-and-backs instead of loops. You cross the ice at your own risk when they have not been groomed.

Backcountry/Downhill Trails

Ski Hill TrailCLOSEDDouble Black
These trails are not groomed and traverse the old ski hill, expect significant grade changes.

(Trail difficulty follows the same scheme as lift-access skiing, in increasing difficulty: Green -> Blue -> Black -> Double Black)