DAILY WEATHER, CONDITIONS AND GROOMING REPORT

Our PDF Weather, Conditions & Grooming report is updated daily by 7:30am. Scroll down to the Groomed & Trackset Nordic Trails section to view real time grooming updates.

March 23, 2019 march 22, 2019    Nordic Trail Map   Explore Nordic

we're live! trail status

The below grooming status is updated in real-time, overnight as the grooming team works the slopes. 'Groomed with fresh' status indicates 5+ cm of fresh snowfall since the trail was groomed.

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Groomed
  • Groomed with fresh

Groomed & Trackset Nordic Trails

Trail Name
Status
Chickadee (0.2km)
Cotton Tail (1.6km)
Heinz's Way (0.1km)
McGillivray Lake Trail (5.4km)
Nut Hatch (0.8km)
Raven Ramble (1.6km)
Raven Return (1.3km)
Village Trail (0.9km)
Vista Trail (1.8km)
Black Bear (0.7km)
Blue Grouse (2.9km)
Great Grey (2.4km)
Holy Cow (7.7km)
Moose Track (1.2km)
Otter Loop (0.8km)
Pony Loop (0.8km)
Whiskey Jack (3.1km)
En Garde (2.2km)
Stellar Jay Loop (2.3km)

Backcountry Nordic Trails

Trail Name
Status
Bobcat (0.8km) Spring conditions
Bruin Romp (1.5km) Spring conditions
Cougar (1.1km) Spring conditions
Crossing (1.9km) Spring conditions
Deer Run (0.8km) Spring conditions
Ermine (0.6km) Spring conditions
Fisher (1.2km) Spring conditions
Lynx Trail (0.9km) Spring conditions
Marten (1.3km) Spring conditions. Caution, fallen trees on trail, use available detour.
Mt. Morrisey Circuit (2.2km) Spring conditions
Mt. Morrisey Road (1.0km) Spring conditions
Screech Owl (0.7km) Spring conditions
Wolverine (1.9km) Spring conditions

Please NOTE:

You may encounter wildlife on Nordic and Backcountry trails at any time. Please ski in pairs.

Backcountry trails are neither groomed nor patrolled, and are not recommended for those new to the trail system or new to Nordic skiing. They are operated in conjunction with the Province of BC and the Kamloops Outdoor Club.

Nordic Trail Map

Nordic Trail Map 2018-19

Note: Nordic trails Village, Vista, and Cotton Tail are designated multi-use trails for fat biking. To learn more about Fat Biking in Sun Peaks, click here

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