Cross Country Ski Trails
2021-2022 Ski Trail Season will open soon
We hope you enjoyed this ski season. A minimum snow depth of 30 cm is required for setting and establishing trails. Ski trails will be set within 48 hours on business days only (M-F, not including stats) See you soon!
Whether a novice, intermediate or advanced skier, you can enjoy a cross country ski experience right here in Saskatoon!
Cross country ski trails are maintained along the East and West banks of the beautiful South Saskatchewan River and in a variety of parks and open spaces throughout Saskatoon.
Nordic Ski Club offers cross country ski lessons for children, youth and adults in Kinsmen Park. For more information visit Saskatoon Nordic Ski
|Location||Date set||Condition Status||Maintained By||Access Point||Distance|
|Holiday Park Golf Course||
|Visit Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club for more information||Nordic Ski Club||Avenue U South||Outside loop 3.5km double track & skating track|
|Lower Meewasin Park||Mar 8||Bare spots with grass showing||City of Saskatoon||Pinehouse & Whiteswan Drive||Loop 4.8 km single track|
|Upper Meewasin Park||Mar 8||Bare spots with grass showing||City of Saskatoon||Pinehouse & Whiteswan Drive||Loop 3.4 km single track|
|Meewasin Park to Adilman Buffer||Mar 8||Bare spots with grass showing||City of Saskatoon||East end of Adilman Drive or Meewasin Park||2 km single track|
|Diefenbaker Park||Mar 8||Bare spots with grass showing||City of Saskatoon||Ruth Street & St. Henry Ave||2.6 km single track|
|Forest Park||Mar 8||Bare spots with grass showing||City of Saskatoon||Lowe Road, Nelson Road & Forest Drive||2 km single track - Connecting link to Silverspring Park|
|Wildwood Golf Course||-||Visit Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club for more information||Nordic Ski Club||8th Street East||
Outside loop - 2.5 km trail set for classic skiing
Inside loop - 5.5 km trail that winds through the middle of the
|Kinsmen Park||-||Bare spots with grass showing||City of Saskatoon||Spadina Cres. West by the Mendel Art Gallery||2.7 km single track set for both classic and skate style skiing|
Ski Trail Etiquette
- If you enjoy walking in areas where there are ski trails, please respect skiers and avoid groomed trails. Footprints can damage the ski tracks and skating lanes, making skiing difficult and less enjoyable.
- Dogs are not permitted on ski trails.
- Please obey directions on one-way trails.
- Ski on the right on double tracks.
- Please step off the trail for faster skiers.