Ski report for the Whitehorse Cross Country Ski Club

Dog Trail, Copper to Crossroads, Selwyn’s Loop, Raven, Coyote, the World Cup 10K, and Powerline have been packed and tracked. Excellent for classic or skating. All lit trails are groomed and are excellent for classic and skating.

Trail Report

Dog Trail, Copper to Crossroads, Selwyn’s Loop, Raven, Coyote, the World Cup 10K, and Powerline have been packed and tracked.  Excellent for classic or skating.  All lit trails are groomed and are excellent for classic and skating.

Skiing is good on all other trails and grooming will continue over the weekend.

Skiers are advised to always carry a cell phone, especially when skiing alone.

Skiers with dogs are allowed to park in the Mt. McIntyre parking lot and the Dog Trail parking lot of Hamilton Boulevard parking area. Access to Dog Trail from the Barking Lot is over the bridge and down Ketza Connector. The Stadium is no longer open for dogs.

The Emergency Supply Caches marked are located at various locations.  Check trail map.  Extra caution should be taken when skiing alone in cold temperatures.

Wax Suggestions:  Rex Special Green or Rode Green.

Events and Program Information

Lessons and programs are offered by Aurora Ski School, Performance Ski School and The Ski Base.  Call the club office for more information.

The CWG Selection races are taking place on Dec 21, 22nd.  There are no trail closures but recreational skiers should watch for racers between 12:30 and 1 :30.

Hours of Operation

Wax Room Mon to Fri 9am to 10pm.  Sat/Sun 9am to 6pm.  Lights on Mon to Fri dusk until 9:30pm.

The Ski Base:  Mon to Fri 10am to 9pm.  Sat/Sun 10am to 5pm.


For updated trail conditions and event information call the ski club Information Line 668-7742 or check the website

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