TRAIL CONDITIONS

Ski Trail Conditions are posted by Gimli Cross Country Ski Club weekly. Our trails are usually groomed by our volunteers on Saturday mornings and/or during holidays. For the most up-to-date information, check our website frequently.

EAST SIDE TRAILS

4 Access points:

– South parking lot on east side of Hwy 222, approx 3 1/2 miles north of Gimli.  Note:  We are still waiting for MB Parks to clear the main parking area north of the warming shack this season.  Please call MB Parks to let them know if lot is not cleared when you arrive.

– McElheran Rd, the first road north of south parking lot

– North parking lot near mailboxes just south of Camp Morton Rd.

– Camp Morton Rd by the park gate (multipurpose trail access to the north, ski trail access to the south crossing the bridge).

Trails:

Steepleview (Classic – some double track) – Good Jan 29, 2023 (Groomed Jan 29, 2023)

Birch (Classic – some double track) – Good Jan 29, 2023 (Groomed Jan 29, 2023)

Ravine (Classic) – Good Jan 29, 2023 (Groomed Jan 29, 2023)

Moonshine Trail (shared use) – Good Jan 29, 2023 (Groomed Jan 29, 2023)

Camp Morton North Park (shared use – by foot, snowshoe, dog walking, fat bike, skate ski, skijor, dogsled) – Good Jan 24, 2023  (Groomed Jan 23, 2023)

WEST SIDE TRAILS

Turn west off Hwy 222, 3 miles north of Gimli at Lakeside Rd. (Opposite Aurora Centre).  Parking lot entrance first right on Lakeside Rd.

Jackrabbit (Classic, double track) – Good Jan 27, 2023  (Groomed Jan 27, 2023)

Foxden (Classic and skate) – Good Jan 27, 2023 (Classic groomed Jan 27, 2023, Skate groomed Jan 27, 2023)

Pincherry (Classic and skate) – Good Jan 27, 2023 (Classic groomed Jan 27, 2023, Skate groomed Jan 27, 2023)

Shared Use Trail beside kiosk (by foot, snowshoe, dog walking, fat bike, skate ski, skijor, dogsled) – Good Jan 27, 2023. (Groomed Jan 27, 2023)

Snowshoe Trail (Creek Bed) – Watch for slush indicating thin ice in some spots due to unusually high volume of water flow (Jan 20, 2023).  Alternative – Snowshoe on the high banks along the creek.