Information

City Of Saskatoon
Saskatoon Location: Primary trails at Holiday Park Golf Course, Wildwood Golf Course, Kinsman Park, and Lower Meewasin Park, Saskatoon.
Cross-country Ski Trails
Whether a novice, intermediate or advanced skier, you can enjoy cross-country skiing in Saskatoon. Saskatoon is home to several outstanding cross-country ski trails totaling 29km that are monitored and groomed by the City of Saskatoon, with assistance from the Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club. Ski trails are located along the banks of the beautiful South Saskatchewan River and in a variety of parks and open spaces throughout Saskatoon. The city boasts both skate and classic ski trails that are perfect for people of all ages and skill levels.Kinsmen Park has 2.7km of classic and skate trails (mostly flat terrain with some small hills; perfect for all ski levels).Wildwood Golf Course has 8km of classic and skate ski trails (mostly flat terrain with some gentle hills; perfect for all ski levels).Holiday Park Golf Course has 3.5km of double tracked and skating trails.Meewasin Park to Adilman Buffer has 2km of single track trails.Lower Meewasin Park has a 4.8 km single loop track.Upper Meewasin Park has a 3.4km single loop track.Diefenbaker Park has a 2.6km single track trail.Forest Park has a 2km single track trail.Enjoy outdoor skating and tobogganing in the Meewasin Valley as well. The outdoor skating rink adjacent to the Bessborough Hotel is open daily 12 noon - 9pm, Sun 11am - 9pm (weather dependent)Cross-country ski lessons for people of all ages are taught by the Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club at the Kinsmen Park.

Open Year Round

Trail Stats

  • Length : 29km
  • Difficulty : Beginner to advanced
  • Surface : Groomed
  • Environment : Urban - flat terrain, gentle hills, beautiful views of the South Saskatchewan River.

Trail Activities

  • Cross-country skiing
  • Cross-country skiing (skate)

Additional Trail Information

  • Urban / Suburban
  • Parking at trailhead
  • Trail markers
  • Accommodation near trailhead