Greater Toronto Area Cross Country Skiing and Snowshoeing Trails

Toronto, Ontario

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Ontario’s cultural hotspot doesn’t get enough snow to be a cross-country skiing and snowshoeing mecca, but there are several areas in the region that have a reputation for decent trails when snow cover is good, and others that benefit from sheltered locations that hold the snow well. The Greater Toronto chapter includes Aurora, Bolton, Bradford, Brampton, Brantford, Cambridge, Oshawa, Port Hope, Pickering, Markham, Milton, Mississauga, Newmarket, and the city of Toronto. Lake Ontario, the Niagara Escarpment and the Oak Ridges Moraine are the most important physical features in the region. This Trail Guide includes descriptions of Albion Hills Conservation Area, Crawford Lake Conservation Area and Iroquoian Village, Dagmar Resort, Durham Regional Forest Main Tract, Five Winds Touring Club, Ganaraska Forest, High Park, Hilton Falls Conservation Area, Kortright Centre for Conservation, Long Sault Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area, Northumberland County Forest, Orono Crown Lands, Seaton Hiking Trail, Seneca College Nordic Ski Centre, Skyloft Ski & Country Club, and Trakkers Cross Country Ski Club.
Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing in Ontario

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Cross-Country Skiing & Snowshoeing in Ontario

by Tracey Arial (Ulysses Travel Guides)

Ontario’s cultural hotspot doesn’t get enough snow to be a cross-country skiing and snowshoeing mecca, but there are several areas in the region that have a reputation for decent trails when snow cover is good, and others that benefit from sheltered locations that hold the snow well. The Greater Toronto chapter includes Aurora, Bolton, Bradford, Brampton, Brantford, Cambridge, Oshawa, Port Hope, Pickering, Markham, Milton, Mississauga, Newmarket, and the city of Toronto. Lake Ontario, the Niagara Escarpment and the Oak Ridges Moraine are the most important physical features in the region.

This Trail Guide includes descriptions of Albion Hills Conservation Area, Crawford Lake Conservation Area and Iroquoian Village, Dagmar Resort, Durham Regional Forest Main Tract, Five Winds Touring Club, Ganaraska Forest, High Park, Hilton Falls Conservation Area, Kortright Centre for Conservation, Long Sault Conservation Area, Mountsberg Conservation Area, Northumberland County Forest, Orono Crown Lands, Seaton Hiking Trail, Seneca College Nordic Ski Centre, Skyloft Ski & Country Club, and Trakkers Cross Country Ski Club.

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Activity Type: Cross-Country Skiing
Nearby City: Toronto
Distance: 380
Trail Type: Several options
Season: Winter or whenever there is enough snow on the ground
Driving Directions: Directions to Greater Toronto Area Cross Country Skiing & Snowshoeing Trails

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May 2018