Trail Conditions as of:

March 26

Still good skiing. The new snow is settled but still there mostly over the old base. In a few spots you may need to seek snow off the trail or walk across grass of pine needles.

 

At March 23, 2021
4" of new snow overnight, but underneath the base is sketchy. Get out there quick to enjoy it.
We're looking at the last skiing/snowshoeing of the season

 

February 17, 2021

Some new snow last week which got well used through the weekend. The closer to the parking lots the more packed the trails. Here's a report from one skier who skied to CMR yesterday:

I followed ski tracks to the lake via the River Loop - the snowshoers had stayed to the side.
The trail to the ski hill had not been traveled for a very long time - Lovely dry snow about 10-15 cm deep. Still well marked.

Trails are listed from easiest to hardest: color coded GREEN and BLUE. Track setting is done only on the River Loop trail. Snowshoers, please be courteous and stay to the side of the ski tracks.

Trail Conditions

River Loop: Not Groomed

Front Link: Not Groomed

Meadow Trail: Not Groomed

Mine Prop: Not Groomed

Chinook Loop: Not Groomed

Back Link: Not Groomed

Lake Loop: Not Groomed

Racers Loop: Not Groomed

Truck Box Meadow: Not Groomed

Ready for a little more adventure?

Looking for a little more adventure? E-mail SCaT to find out more additional trail information that is not on our trail map at this time. Find out how the Truck Box joins the Lake Loop and how to take the Lake Loop to Castle Mountain. You can even ask to see if you can join one of our members for this little adventure! Check out our Trail Map page.

Check out our neighbouring cross country trails at:

Allison - Chinook Ski Trails ~ http://www.allisonwonderlands.ca

Fernie Nordic Society ~ http://www.fernienordic.com

Waterton Lakes National Park ~ http://www.watertonpark.com/activities/ski.htm