Trail Reports


The Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club grooms a number of areas: Eb’s Trails north of town, Wildwood Golf Course, Gordie Howe Sports Complex, and Holiday Park Golf Course.

We also work in partnership with the City of Saskatoon and Saskatchewan Parks to manage and groom Kinsmen Park, Blackstrap Provincial Park, and a number of neighbourhood parks.

Eb’s Trails

Eb’s Trails offer an extraordinary cross-country ski experience with 52 kilometres of groomed ski trails winding through rolling forested terrain. The trail system is varied, allowing skiers of all ages and abilities to have a wonderful experience. The trails are located about an hour’s drive north of Saskatoon, just north of Duck Lake on Highway 11 to Prince Albert. They are accessible by two entrances on the west side of the highway, approximately two kilometres apart. Both entrances have parking, a warm-up hut and toilet facilities.

Eb’s Trails are only for classic skiing, and no dogs are allowed. Trail maintenance and upkeep of the trail system are performed by volunteers from the Saskatoon Nordic Ski Club, so please help to keep these trails in shape for all.

Download Eb’s Trail Maps (Ski & Snowshoe – 2.2 MB PDF)

Eb's CrossCountry Ski Trails

Macdowall, SK S0K 2S0

Holiday Park

Holiday Park Golf Course: Access at Ave U South.  Outside loop is 3.5 kms double classic and skate track.  SNSC is now grooming an added 3 km hill loop accessed at the NE corner.

Holiday Park Golf Course

1630 Avenue U S, Saskatoon, SK S7M 1J3

Wildwood Golf Course

Wildwood Golf course, located in southeast Saskatoon, offers skiers groomed cross country ski trails. The course provides a good balance of relatively flat, slighty rolling and more hilly terrain. The 2.5 km perimter loop is relatively flat and is set for classic style skiing. The 6 km inside loop winds creatively thru the rest of the area and offers good opportunities for cornering, climbing and descending. It is groomed for both classic and skate style skiing. Parking and access to the trails is available at the  Golf Clubhouse  just east of McKercher Drive on 8th street.

Download Wildwood Golf Course Trail Map (433 KB PDF)

Wildwood Golf Course

4050 8 St E, Saskatoon, SK S7H 0R3

Kinsmen Park

Approximately 3 km of cross country ski trails in Saskatoon are located in the centre of the City of Saskatoon at Kinsmen Park.  The cross country ski trails occur on terrain that is mostly flat with three small hill systems, making them easily accessible to all levels of skiers.

Parking is available in the northernmost 2 rows of the Kinsmen Park/YWCA parking lot. Please check the signage as some areas are restricted .

Download Kinsmen Park Trail Map (416KB PDF)

Kinsman Park, Saskatoon

619 25 St E, Saskatoon, SK S7K 3H5

City of Saskatoon Groomed Parks

For an up to date information, please see the City of Saskatoon’s recreational facility page for Cross Country Ski Trails.

Other City Parks

Lower Meewasin Park: Access at Pinehouse & Whiteswan Drives Loop 4.8 km single classic track

Upper Meewasin Park: Access at Pinehouse and Whiteswan Drives Loop 3.4 km single classic track

Meewasin Park to Adilman buffer: Access at eastend of Adilman Drive or Meewasin Park 2 km single classic track

Diefenbaker Park: Access at Ruth Street & St. Henry Avenue 2.6 km single classic track

Forest Park: Access at Lowe Rd, Nelson Rd & Forest Dr. 3.0 km single classic track. Connecting link to Silverspring Park

Grooming updates on the City of Saskatoon X-Country Ski Recreation page.

Blackstrap Provincial Park

For up to date information, please see the Blackstrap Provincial Park page on Tourism Saskatchewan.

The Blackstrap Provincial Park Trail system offers 15 km of trails designed for beginner to advanced mountain bikers, hikers and cross-country skiers, while the lake is ideal for canoeing activities. The hiking, cross-country skiing and mountain biking trails are natural terrain, pavement and gravel surfaced, set up in loops, allowing users to choose either a shorter or longer trail adventure. The trails accessed from Trail Head parking are groomed regularly for cross-country skiing.​

Download Blackstrap Provincial Park Trail Map (235KB PDF)

Blackstrap Provincial Park

Dundurn, SK S0K 1K0