The Mt. McIntyre ski report

Copper to Best Chance, Dog, Selwyn's Loop, and other popular trails were groomed Wednesday and in excellent condition for classic and skating.

Copper to Best Chance, Dog, Selwyn’s Loop, and other popular trails were groomed Wednesday and in excellent condition for classic and skating. World Cup 10K, Pierre Harvey, 7.5K and Monique Waterreus were groomed Tuesday night and are excellent for skating and classic.

Most other trails were groomed recently and are good for classic and skating.
The Ascent trail has not been groomed recently and is only recommended for expert skiers.

The Descent trail and Jack Fraser loop will not be groomed.

Sundog trail is packed and tracked. It provides an alternate return route for skiers with dogs.  Please ask at The Ski Base for details.

Dog rules are now in effect.  Access to Dog Trail is available from the Mt. McIntyre parking lot or the alternate Dog Trail parking lot off Hamilton Boulevard. The Ski stadium is closed to dogs this year.

Wax Suggestions: 

Super Blue or Multigrade Violet, Swix Special Red. Rode Green for colder conditions.

Events and program information

SnowFun program is underway, but there are still openings. SnowFun is offered on Wednesday.  The Masters training group meets on Wednesdays.  For information or to register for these programs call the club office.

Adult Lessons are offered by Aurora Ski School, Performance Ski School and Stride and Glide. 

Hours of Operation

Wax Room is open Mon. to Fri. 9 am to 9 pm. Sat/Sun 9am to 6 pm. Trail lights are on until 9:30 pm on weekdays.

For updated trail conditions and event information check the website www.xcskiwhitehorse.ca

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