Cross-Country Skiing


Prairie people: when it’s winter, they’re the luckiest people in the world. They’re lucky enough to be bathed in sunshine, with a big blue sky and sparkling snow in the winter months. So take advantage of that good luck with a refreshing ski through one of the many groomed cross-country ski trails throughout the province. Trails are groomed for classic and skate skiing, with difficulty levels ranging from beginner to advanced.


North

Meadow Lake Provincial Park – Groomed trails located at Grieg Lake 

Gorgeous day (and place) for a little XC skiing.

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Little Red River Park (just outside of Prince Albert) – Over 30 km of trails with warm up shelters along some routes.  River Trail Loop is lit for night skiing. 


Great Blue Heron Provincial Park (Anglin Lake) – 18 km of groomed trails with a warm up shelter. Connects to the Spruce River Highlands trail in Prince Albert National Park.


Prince Albert National Park – 12 trails of varying difficulty and length located throughout the park. 

Central

Duck Mountain Provincial Park – More than 60 km of groomed trails, some with warm up shelters.



Eb’s Trails (Duck Lake) – Over 50 km of groomed tracks developed by the trail’s namesake, Eberhard Fass. 

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South

White Butte Trails Recreation Site (just outside of Regina) – 13 km of trails in treed sections of gently rolling hills.



Cypress Hills Interprovincial Park – 27 km of trails in the Centre Block, 15 km are groomed.