Location: 30 km east of Kirkland Lake
Number of Runs: Five downhill runs
Predicted Opening Date: January 2nd, 2021 or earlier
Variety of ski and snowboard abilities, a T-bar lift, plus a sliding hill and 10 km of cross-country ski trails.
Location: Temiskaming Shores
Predicted Opening Date: December
Boreal forest cross-country trails with 3 track-set skate and classic trails with a variety of difficulty. 20km of cross-country trails with two snowshoe loops. Enjoy a quick bite by the fire in the chalet.
Trail length: 30km of nordic ski trails, 11km for snowshoeing
Predicted Opening Date: Early December
A new chalet is open seven days a week, including night skiing on illuminated trails. For younger skiers there is a ski playground with a soccer field, slalom, hoops, toboggan run, and firepit.
Vertical: 240 feet
Runs: Two beginner, five intermediate and one advanced
Predicted Opening Date: Mid-December to mid-January
Located in the New Sudbury Conservation area, Adanac has a new quad lift and magic carpet for beginners.
Location: Windy Lake Provincial Park, 40 minutes north of Sudbury
Trails: 15km of skate and classic, made up of three trails of differing difficulty, and 2 snowshoe loops.
Predicted Opening Date: Mid-December
Mature pines 1,300 feet above sea level means a long season. Stay in the park for a cozy winter getaway.
Predicted Open Date: December
Crafted by ecologists, these loops are sensitive to the biome they interact with. Trails vary from 1.5km to 10km, for a total of 17km. There’s also a 5-km snowshoe trail, with 2 lookouts. On weekends the chalet is open for snacks.
Runs: Three – beginner, intermediate, advanced
Vertical: 138 feet
Predicted Opening: December 20th
Toboggan hill, fat biking and snowshoeing complete the fun.
Location: 20k NW of Timmins
Runs: 18 runs for beginners, intermediate or experts
Vertical: 400 feet
Predicted Opening: Late November to Early December
The longest run is almost a kilometer. Two quad lifts, a T-bar or a rope tow. Tube park, bar and cafeteria .