Trail Conditions in Fernie

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Trail Conditions – March 6, 2021

Lights on the Kids Loop
The lights will be turned on this Saturday evening between 6:30 and 8:30 pm at the Nordic Centre. A great evening coming up!

Please follow the BC guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19
Good practices start at the Parking Lot
Stay home if you are sick. Keep your distance from others or wear a mask. Hand sanitizer is available at each kiosk.

A Membership or Day Pass required to ski at the Nordic Centre and the Golf Course. No dogs on groomed trails please.
Maps and directions are shown here

Elk Valley Nordic Centre

ALERT: A lynx has left some tracks in the area of the Teck bridge lately. Two adult moose were observed on the Lizard Creek Loop on Wednesday morning. Please be aware that they may wander anywhere.

Cedar & Lizard Lookoutgreen easygroomed and track setlast groomed March 5
From Hut to bridgegreen easygroomed and track set March 5
Runt & Gruntblue challenginggroomed and track setMarch 5
Galloway loopblue challenginggroomed and track setMarch 5
Lizard Creek loopblack more difficultgroomedMarch 5
FAR connector & Boomeranggreen easygroomedMarch 5

All trails including the FAR connector were groomed and track set with the snowcat on Friday evening. The Lizard Creek Loop was last groomed on Friday morning. The trails are hard and fast in the morning but the sunny sections soften up after 11 am. More grooming is planned for Saturday and Sunday. Enjoy some evening and saytime skiing!

Groomer Mark is refreshing the trails each weekday morning. Do not forget to 👋
Please be aware that the hut will stay CLOSED during this winter.

Fernie Golf Course

The trails are now CLOSED due to lack of snow on the trails.
Level of difficulty: Easy green easy

Returning members may pick up a renewal sticker for their card at any of our kiosks. Their location is shown on this page.

Other locations where one can ski in the Fernie area are listed below. Please note that these trails are dog-friendly and operated by other organizations.

Fernie Alpine Resort

The trails have been groomed and track set on Thursday morning.

Off-leash dogs are now allowed on the trails if they are still under ‘vocal control’. A map and directions to trails are found here
The FAR snow report is here

Fernie Dyke and RV Resort Loop

No more grroming is planned due to the lack of new snow.
Level of difficulty: Easy green easy


Trail grooming is expected to happen daily and when there is some new snow.

Find map and directions to trails here
Watch for updated info about the trail system on this page

Anyone may text updates to 250-430-2719 at any time.