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Duck Lake Location: Duck Lake.
Cross-country Ski Trails
Trail is named in honour of the trail’s founder and long-time member of the Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club, Eberhard Fass. The system of single and double track trails covering over 50 km was developed by Eb starting in 1976. It is maintained and groomed by the Nordic Ski Club and used by members and the public at no charge; however, donations to the club are appreciated. The trails are perfect for cross-country skiers of every age and skill level, and there are back-country trails with difficult terrain for expert skiers.

The trails, located just north of Duck Lake on Hwy 11, run through a forested area, providing spectacular scenery for your journey. Warm-up shelters, with outhouses, are located at each of the two entrances to the trails on the west side of the highway. Markers are posted throughout the trails to make it easier for skiers to navigate.

Open Year Round

Trail Stats

  • Length : 50 km
  • Difficulty : Beginner to advanced
  • Surface : Groomed
  • Environment : Natural terrain; groomed cross-country ski trails

Trail Activities

  • Cross-country skiing

Additional Trail Information

  • Urban / Suburban
  • Backcountry
  • Pit toilet
  • Trail markers
  • Warm-up shelter(s)

Certifications & Affiliations

  • Saskatchewan Trail Association member