Crystal Creek System
All sections are groomed for skating & classic (double classic track). The Crystal 2 km trail is double-tracked for classic plus a skate lane. All other Crystal Creek Trails are single-tracked for classic plus a skate lane.
All the trails on the Crystal Creek Trail System start on this trail. A gentle loop with gradual up hills and down hills. The simple turns and hills makes for an easy beginner trail or a great cool down after a long day’s ski. This is the only trail that is lit for evening skiing. The lights are on (when there is snow) every day from dusk to 10:00 pm.
This is a challenging trail suited for the more advanced skier. The trail is full of exciting twists and turns with plenty of ups and downs.
The trail branches off the Crystal Creek Trail around the 1 km point. The trail has lots of hills and curves, sharp turns, up hills, and fast descents. It rejoins the Crystal Creek Trail just past the 1 km point.
The trail branches off the and rejoins the Crystal Creek Trail around the 2.5 km point. A challenging trail with an enjoyable balance of flats and hills.
Crystal Creek Trail around the 2.5 km point. A single classic track groomed on an irregular basis, when conditions allow (typically mid January).
The Pinder 4 km trail is double-tracked for classic plus a skate lane. All other Extentions are single-tracked for classic plus a skate lane.
Red Pine System
Groomed for classic and freestyle skiing.
There are two well marked trails with distances of 3 km and 4 km. Maps are available in the office. State-of-the-art snowshoes are also available for rent if you do not own a pair and want to give the sport a try.