Cross-country Ski Trails this Winter

Adding to our snow-shoe activities during the winter, we will now be having cross-country ski trails at the Lodge this winter.

We have been walking the trails the past two months to review the trails that were built in 2007, and operated for several winters. These are trails that we have multi-purposes the past two summers for mountain biking and hiking, with some modifications. We spent the past several weeks walking the trails, trimming brush, and marking the trails.

In addition, we have been purchasing grooming equipment (Ginzhu, roller, and leveler) and have chosen to pull the equipment with a John Deere Gator with tracks (a heated cab to help the groomers enjoy grooming the trails).

As a result, we will have 10-11km of trails which we plan to groom. These trails will be open to resort guests and the general public.

See the initial draft of the cross-country ski trail map below.

We will provide trail conditions via a page on our web site: Winter Trail Conditions.


6 Replies to “Cross-country Ski Trails this Winter”

    1. Hi Rick, it is good to hear from you. Hope things are well.

      Thank you for the support, and excitement. We are looking forward to learning how to groom and operate snow-shoe and cross-country ski trails this winter.

      For the Dining Services, we are closed during November for cleaning projects and to give the staff a rest. We will reopen the Dining Services on December 3rd, and operate through the winter.

      During the winter months, the Dining Services will be open Thursdays – Sundays. The specific hours for Dining Services, and any updates, can be found on this page of our web site: :

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