Sunday, March 18, 2018


Groomed up the skate lanes on the dog trails, Gun barrel, Cataline, BX, Wrangler. Repaied the holes left by the snowshoe tracks so should be safe to ski again, Conditions didn't allow to set any tracks so if you go ski, just be cautious. Enjoy

Snowshoeing Trails and Cross Country Ski Trails

Snowshoers please stay on the designated snowshoe trails.  Significant damage was done to the skate lanes on several trails during the warm weather.  Leaving 4-6" holes in the trail surface, making it very difficult and unsafe for skiers.

The snowshoe trail system starts by the lower parking lot at the large fir tree where a map is posted and trail junction marked as the beginning of the Maison Trail.  All junctions have maps and signs.  The trail is marked with yellow flagging tape and yellow snowshoe signs.  Snowshoe / Ski trail maps are available on the website and can be downloaded and used with Avenza Maps.  This app also provides GPS location so you know where you are.

Thanks for the great season so far and we will keep you posted on trail conditions.

Saturday, March 10, 2018

Another Bluebird Day!

Conditions are excellent!  Get up there in the morning before it gets above freezing for the best ski.  Photo credit to Caroline Munich.


Day users (non-members) please be sure to sign the Day Use Registry located inside the warming hut, and to deposit the day use fee in the drop box. 

Conditions are excellent!  

Wednesday, March 7, 2018

Condition update

Groomed in about 4cm of fresh snow on Gunanoot, Cataline, Gun Barrel, Wrangler and all the dog trails. Conditions are awesome so get out and ski. Snowshoe people, please stay on the snowshoe trails and not on the ski trails. Thanks a bunch.

Friday, March 2, 2018


Set 2 tracks on Gunanoot but was snowing pretty good as I finished. Should be good. Heading back out tonight weather permitting. All the trails have tracks set with a bit of fresh snow on top.

Wednesday, February 28, 2018


 A  little bit of fresh snow that we are grooming in. Conditions are good with fresh tracks on the dog trails, Cataline, Wrangler, BX, Gun barrel. Grooming will be on going so keep checking in to see what get done next.

Tuesday, February 27, 2018

Ski tournament

Many thanks to all the volunteers who helped make our 4th annual kids ski tournament a big success. Teams from 100mile and Quesnel had nice things to say, their kids had tons of fun. Dale did another great job announcing, glen and Paul along with all their support crew handling our timing/results. Lisa and Sean for spearheading course and stadium setup, bev for planning out fun stadium obstacle course for fun team relay, Scott Gordon and Malcolm for grooming. Also Jen Clark and Lynn Samson for taking care of the fantastic food. Special thanks to Jim Simms for taking care of large warming tent which again came in very handy. Many thanks to all the others, without you we cannot host these great events and all the kids really appreciate it. Big pat on the back to all.

Adult Lessons March 3 @ 10am

A single adult lesson for classic skiing (advanced beginner - intermediate) is being offered this Saturday, March 3, at 10a.m. 

The lesson will be approximately 2 hours long and will be taught by Glen Davidson  for $15 (please pay at the lesson).

There is limited availability so please pre-register with Kirsty @ 250-398-5538 or contact us through our Facebook page
or email us

Febraury 27, 2018 Conditions and Volunteer Thank You

Great weekend of skiing up at the hill.  Groomers worked hard to get almost all of the trails track set by Sunday morning and groom for the Williams Lake Ski Tourney.  The event was a good success with young skiers from Quesnel and 100 Mile attending.  Events included a classic distance race, sprint race and obstacle relay course.  For pictures and video look at the WL Tribune local sports section. 

Thanks to all the volunteers as we thank you for the success of this event every year.