TRAILS

Nut Point Trails

At Nut Point Campground, near town, 3.5 km of trail are lit for night skiing.  This trail is usually ready for skiing by December and often remains in good condition until the end of March or later.  Snowshoeing is allowed on the ski trail on Thursdays only.

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Don Allen Trails

The Don Allen Trails near Nemeiben Lake provide 14 km of trails looping through rolling terrain.  This trail is usually ready for skiing by December and often remains in good condition until the end of March or later.

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Saskaloppet Trail

Connecting the Nut Point and Don Allen trails is the 32 km Saskaloppet Trail that snakes through rugged wilderness.  This trail is in top shape by January or February and often remains in good condition until the end of March or later.

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TRAIL MAINTENANCE 

Even if you don't ski but love to cut some mean brush or show off your chainsaw skills, please contact the club's Trails Coordinator to volunteer for trail maintenance!

Maintaining these trails takes a concerted year round effort.  While the club contracts out some trail improvements, volunteer work bees grade and clear the trails.  As winter arrives each year the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport, as well as ski club volunteers, clear fallen trees, mow down brush and rake away debris. Once we have snow, the club’s drags and groomers are used to pack the trails and set tracks.

Treaty Land Acknowledgement

“The La Ronge Nordic Ski Club acknowledges that the ski trails are on Treaty 6 Territory and the Homeland of the Woodland Cree. We pay our respect to the First Nations ancestors of this land and reaffirm our relationship with one another as we continue on the path of reconciliation together.”

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