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Regina Ski Club / Regina Multisport Club
Regina Location: 4 km N of White City on grid road just W of junction Hwys 1 and 48. Maintained through the efforts of the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport, the Regina Ski Club, and the Regina Multisport Club.
Cycling Trails
Hiking Trails
Cross-country Ski Trails
The White Butte Trails Recreation Site is located 20 minutes east of Regina and features 12.7 km of groomed skate and classic cross-country ski trails that are transformed into hiking and cycling trails after the snow melts. The area also boasts a 5 km long pet-friendly, hiking trail that is open year-round, two parking lots (one at each trailhead), a warm-up shelter and outdoor washrooms.

The site’s ten cross-country ski trails are groomed on a regular basis and include sections of gently rolling hills and treed landscapes. The beginner trails include the Aspen (0.7 km), Marsh (1.6 km), Meadow (0.2 km), Rose (0.8 km), Sage (0.8 km) and Willow (1.7 km). The Marsh trail is only open to classic skiers. Meanwhile, the intermediate level trails are the Butte (3.6 km), Cherry (1.3 km) and Snowberry (2 km).

Hikers and pets are not permitted on the cross-country ski trails in the winter; please stay on the pet-friendly trail in order to protect the cross-country ski tracks. Up-to-date trail information is also available on the Regina Ski Club website. Also check out the Regina Multisport Club website for details on the annual Duathlon held at White Butte on the last weekend in September.

Open Year Round

Nearby Attractions

Within 22 km of city of Regina services.

Trail Stats

  • Length : 17.7 km
  • Difficulty : Beginner to Intermediate
  • Surface : Groomed cross-country trails, natural hiking and cycling terrain
  • Environment : Moist Mixed Grassland Ecoregion - gently rolling hills, treed landscape

Trail Activities

  • Hiking
  • Trail running
  • Cycling
  • Cross-country skiing
  • Cross-country skiing (skate)

Additional Trail Information

  • Backcountry
  • No admission charge
  • Parking at trailhead
  • Pit toilet
  • Trail markers
  • Warm-up shelter(s)

Certifications & Affiliations

  • Trans Canada Trail (The Great Trail) designation