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Algonquin Park has several ski trail networks with over 110 kilometres of cross-country (nordic) skiing opportunities. Algonquin's long, cold, and snowy winters plus award winning trails make for excellent skiing. Check the latest conditions below or learn more about winter in Algonquin Park.

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Trail
Status
Closed
Closed
Use Caution
Use Caution
Kilometres Open
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16 km (100%)
32 km (100%)
50 cm
50 cm
50 cm
50 cm
Last Groomed & Trackset
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February 17
Backcountry wilderness skiing
Conditions & Updates
Ontario Parks has closed this trail network because of above freezing temperatures.

 

Ontario Parks has closed this trail network because of above freezing temperatures. The Old Railway Bike Trail serves as a multi-use trail best accessed from Mew Lake Campground during the winter. This trail is suitable for novice skiers, snowshoers, fat bikers and winter campers. The trail is groomed and trackset from Mew Lake Campground to near Cache Lake to the Pog Lake Dam area. Always watch for hazards on the trail. This trail is for backcountry wilderness skiing, snowshoeing, and winter camping and is not groomed or trackset. Proper preparation and equipment is required. Always watch for hazards on the trail.
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Open = Open   Caution = Use Caution (see conditions)   Closed = Closed

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