Ski for Fitness
Arrowhead Provincial Park is located just north of Huntsville, Ontario. It is a multi-season attraction, featuring hundreds of wooded campsites, hiking and biking trails and of course, cross-country ski trails! There are a total of 33 km of groomed Nordic ski trails (22 classic and 11 skate).
Trails are cut through rolling land, sheltered by hardwood and evergreen stands. All ski trails are packed, groomed, and trackset on a regular basis. Sawmill Nordic Centre includes 11 kilometers of cross-country ski trails, groomed for both classic and skate skiing, 5 kilometers of snowshoe trails and 2km of lit trails.
The Five Winds Backcountry Ski Club is a four-season outdoor club. During the winter months, we enjoy cross country skiing on marked, ungroomed wilderness trails, off-trail snowshoeing and winter camping.
GBN is a cross-country ski team located at Sawmills Trails in Hepworth, near Owen Sound, Ontario. Established in 1990, the club has been encouraging and developing young athletes for more than 25 years.
The Haliburton Highlands Nordic Trails Association grooms and maintains 3 ski areas, with trails totaling 36 Km of skiing. Additionally, your membership or daypass gets you access to the trails at YMCA Wanakita: another 16 Kms of classic-only trails. Each area offers a unique experience, with trails suitable for a wide range of abilities.
Located on the Niagara Escarpment, Highlands Nordic hosts amazing views of Georgian Bay and bountiful nature. Enjoy 25km of ski trails (perfect for running and easy biking), single track trails for racing and programs, and an 8000 square foot lodge complete with cafeteria, meeting rooms, pro-shop, rentals, and more.
The Lifeski Academy is a private Cross Country Ski Club sanctioned by Cross Country Canada. Operating around the beautiful Simcoe County area the club works towards a vision to offer more than just an ordinary coaching across all categories and ages.
Mono Nordic has 16 km of trails designed to cater to all levels of skiers from novice to expert with a variety of trails groomed for Classic, Skate Skiing, or both. 2 km of the trail system is lit for night skiing until 9pm.
Ontario’s Para-Nordic Program is designed to provide youth and adults with various types of physical disabilities with opportunities to participate in our sport for purposes of recreation and competition. Categories within Para-Nordic include sit and standing skiing with disabilities such as vision impairment. Our Para-Nordic programs and training camps are organized by a dedicated group of volunteers.
The Club maintains 11 kilometers of cross country ski trails through a mixed hardwood forest centred on a side trail of the Bruce Trail. We endeavour to groom the trails twice each weekend if warranted and once mid-week. The Club rents portable toilets that are placed near the main and back entrances to the trails.
The groomed route begins at The Trans Canada Trail, locally known as the 4 corners of the trail. The trail will be groomed west along the trail just before the 4th bridge at Atkinson Road. The groomed route is 4km total.
The Scarborough Cross Country Ski Club was established in 1978 with the assistance and encouragement of the Scarborough Recreation and Parks Department. The purpose of the club is to provide outdoor recreational activities in a social setting with a particular emphasis on Cross Country Skiing.
If you have an interest in cross country ski racing, then we have a program for you. From our Junior team that places an emphasis on fun, to our Provincial team that focuses on races close to home, to our National program that attends the National championships each year, we have a program to fit your needs.
Trakkers is a volunteer, non-profit, recreational ski club dedicated to the support and enjoyment of cross-country skiing and has been providing Sunday ski trips in luxury highway coaches to Southern Ontario ski resorts for over 30 years.
Thanks to an agreement with the City of Waterloo, the club is able to provide groomed cross-country skiing trails in Bechtel Park in Waterloo. The trails are track set by volunteers for both classical skiing and for skate skiing, whenever snow conditions permit. The lights of soccer field #5 near the indoor complex are on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in January and February.