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99 Mile Cross-Country Ski Trails
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99 Mile Cross-Country Ski Trails
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99 Mile Cross-Country Ski Trails

99 Mile Cross-Country Ski Trails (100 Mile House)

Cross-country SkiingMountain BikingSnowshoeing


Site Closed.
The recreation trail is closed due to wildfire activity in the area.


  • Rec Site #:REC166903
  • Type:Maintained
  • Fees:$10.00 Trail Use
  • Fee Applies:Jan 31, 2014 - May 1, 2019
    All Days
  • Campsites:0
  • Access:Road
  • Facilities:None
  • Site Operator:100 MILE NORDIC SKI SOCIETY
  • Site Description: The 99 Mile Cross Country Ski Trails, located just 2 km south of 100 Mile House, offer over 50 km of groomed cross country ski trails for both classic and skate skiing. The ski trails are accessible to a wide range of skiers and abilities, offering a mix of easy, gently rolling terrain to more advanced, technical and physically-demanding trails. There are also 5 km of lit trails for those wishing to take in night skiing. Trail grooming, track-setting and maintenance activities are carried out by volunteer members of the 100 Mile Nordic Ski Society. Depending on snow conditions, the ski trails may be groomed and in use from mid-November through to the end of March. The 100 Mile Nordic Ski Society is a not-for-profit society, and maintenance activities on the ski trails are highly dependent on volunteer efforts and funds raised through the sale of trail passes. Trail passes are required to use these trails during the winter. Passes may be purchased from the attendant at the day lodge during business hours, or for those skiing outside of normal business hours an honor box is also provided at the trailhead. The large, inviting day lodge is open daily between 9 am and 3 pm, from mid-December until late February, depending on snow conditions. It is a friendly and cozy spot to warm up and enjoy a snack or hot beverage, or discuss wax tips and trail conditions with other users. There are also 2 warming cabins situated along the trail network, complete with wood-burning stoves, outhouses and picnic tables. Motorized vehicles are not permitted on trails from November through to mid April. For updates on current trail conditions, visit the 100 Mile Nordics website http://100milenordics.com/ or phone the 99 Mile Ski Lodge during business hours at (250) 395-2104

  • Driving Directions: From 100 Mile House, travel about 2 km south on Hwy 97 and turn right onto Ainsworth Road. Watch for cross country ski signs on the highway as you approach the turnoff. Follow Ainsworth Road for about 1.5 km and turn right to reach the parking area for the trails.

  • Fire Bans and Restrictions:Link

View in Interactive Web Map


  • Site Maps:

99 MILE CROSS-COUNTRY SKI TRAILS.pdf

99 Mile Trails 48x68 sign ver5.pdf

99 Mile Trails 48x68 detail sign ver5.pdf

 




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