Your next winter adventure awaits! There are a number of cross-country skiing trails to enjoy, scattered all over Ontario. And as the snow piles in, a lot of these are becoming more and more favourable – totally day trip worthy.

If you’re looking to stretch those legs and have fun outdoors, check out our list of cross-country skiing trails in Ontario.

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Kamview Nordic Centre

With more than 30 km of groomed trails, the fun is almost endless at Kamview Nordic Centre. There are also 5.5 kms of well-lit trails to explore.

Where: 851 20th Side Rd – Thunder Bay, ON

Horseshoe Resort

Besides skiing, Horseshoe Resort offers snowshoeing, snow tubing, fat biking, and cross-country skiing.

They have over 30 km of set track and corduroy-groomed trails to enjoy.

Where: 1101 Horseshoe Valley Road W – Barrie, ON

Calabogie Peaks


Make the trip to Ottawa for a snow-filled day at Calabogie Peaks. Besides offering skiing, snowboarding, pond skating, and snowshoeing, there are cross country trails perfect for skiing.

Where: 30 Barrett Chute Road – Calabogie, ON

Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park

Explore Kakabeka Falls Provincial Park this winter and enjoy a day out on the trails. It has 15 km of groomed track-set cross-country skiing trails for all levels.

Where: Kakabeka Falls, Ontario

Kivi Park

 

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Go on an adventure through this 21.2 km world-class skiing trail network at Kivi Park.

There are shorter trails that span from one to two kilometres while others from 10 km in length. It’s important to note that trail conditions may change due to the weather so keep that in mind before you embark on your adventure. You can check out the ski trails here.

Where: 4472 Long Lake Rd – Sudbury, ON

Stokley Creek Lodge

For a really great cross-country skiing experience, head to Stokley Creek Lodge. It has more than 100 km of varied terrains that are regularly groomed.

The trails are for every ski level!

Where: 194 Pickard Rd – Goulais River, ON