Using the trails
Excited to start exploring endless kilometers of groomed and lit ski and snowshoe trails? Here's a few things to know before heading out:
Planning on skiing regularly? (So are we!) Sign up and pay for a HRSC membership online by clicking on the 'Membership and Trail Fees' tab above.
Just visiting or only want to use the trails a few times? No problem - the non-member trail day use fee is $10 for the ski trails and $5 for the Dog Walking Trail. Non-member trail fees can be placed in the marked deposit boxes by the trail entrances.
No dogs on the ski trails. Dogs are welcome on the "Tigger" Dog Walking trail. For more information click on the 'Dog Trail' link above.
No walking on the ski trails. Walkers are welcome on the "Tigger" Dog Walking trail.
Snowshoeing is allowed on all ski trails but do not snowshoe on top of the classic ski tracks
Ski and snowshoe equipment is available to registered Ski Club members in the Clubhouse. Please return after use.
Access to the ski chalet is only available to registered Ski Club members
KM 1, 2, 3, & 5 ski trails are lit - come out and enjoy the beauty of the trails 24/7!
Please remember to sign in to the logbook inside the ski chalet before you head out on the trails!
*NEW for the 2020-21 season*- Access to the trails across the river is only available at one location (Hole 6). Access to the return trail, coming up the river bank back to the ski chalet, is closed to do a land slide.
Trailhead, trail signage, and day-use fee deposit box
Follow these trail signs (distances are in kilometers)