Please be advised that the Glenelg Klondyke forest is closing for logging activities commencing 2023-11-06 (Tuesday December 6, 2023).
Grey county has not provided an official timeline for the work, however they have provided a estimate of at least a month.
When the club has been provided more information from the county we will update this site as well as Instagram.
Please find the Glenelg Nordic Ski Club Newsletter here: Most Recent Newsletter
In it, you’ll find information on upcoming events.
Winter is coming and the Glenelg Nordic Ski Club is gearing up for another exciting ski season! As the leaves fall and temperatures drop, the club is hard at work preparing for the upcoming winter season.
The club’s main focus at the moment is organizing for the upcoming seasons to ensure that the trails are in perfect condition for when the snow arrives.
We have the annual trail clean up event happening soon. This is a great opportunity for members of the club to come together and put in some hard work while enjoying the beautiful outdoors.
The club also encourages members to keep an eye out for the upcoming newsletter which is set to be released in October.
While snowfall can be unpredictable, the club remains hopeful for a lot of snow this year. Members are eager to hit the trails and experience the thrill of skiing through the beautiful winter landscape.
With a great community spirit, world-class trails and excellent programs, it’s no wonder that the Glenelg Nordic Ski Club is a popular choice for nordic ski enthusiasts. So, get your gear ready and get ready to hit the trails this winter with us!
Our annual boating outing is planned for Tuesday August 15th at 9:30am.
Register through the club email address.
There is still room to sign up if you are interested. Register through the club email address.
Have a good summer. See you at the Bike Rally, Boat Regatta, or on the trails next year!
Please be considerate of skiers and our groomers – do not snowshoe on the ski trails and do not walk your dog on them – besides damaging the trails we work so hard to maintain, it can be dangerous to skiers. Skiers – if you see any signs of these problems, please report them to us immediately.
Skiers, if you have to remove your skis to go up or down hills, please walk on the side of the trail not in the middle. This is for your safety and for the safety and convenience of other skiers.
Many of our trails are on private land owners’ property. We are very grateful for their generosity. Please respect them and stay on the ski trails that run through their properties.
Please consider the hard-working volunteer groomers and other skiers when you choose to use a pulk. If the sled tracks won’t stay in the tracks set by the groomers, please keep off groomed trails. Otherwise, the tracks are messed up for everyone, and the groomers’ work is undone.