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Ontario Parks Ski Report

Sleeping Giant

807-977-2526

Snow Information
Current Condition Excellent
Snow Depth 38 cm
New Snow 0 cm
Trail Information
Trail Condition Machine Groomed Powder
Number of Trails 4
Total Length of Trails 62 km
Open Trails (total length) 62 km
Track Set Trails (total length) 62 km
Skate Set Trails (total length) 52 km
Groomed Trails? Yes
Last Groomed: 31/01/2018
Warm Up Shelters? No
Rental Equipment? No
Link to Map http://www.ontarioparks.com/pdf/maps/sleepinggiant/ski_trail.pdf
Additional Information
As of February 9th, it has been 2 weeks since our last snowfall. This site will not be updated again until February 20th, so we recommend calling the Nordic Trails Snowphone at 285-0801 for up to date trail info. On January 31st, the 20km loop around Marie Louise Lake and the upper 30km loop (Pickerel Lake Trail and Burma Trail) were groomed with the Piston Bully for both skate and classic. The 20km loop is in excellent condition and the upper 30km loop is in good condition (with occasional grass and small brush still protruding through the snow base at this time). The 10km Ferns Lake Loop was groomed with the Ginsu Groomer on January 31st and is in great condition for classic skiing only. As a bonus, the entire 9.2km (18.4km round-trip) Thunder Bay Lookout Road from Rita Lake to the Lookout was groomed for both skate and classic. There has only been one pass on this section of trail, so conditions will be soft. Please call the Thunder Bay SnowPhone Hotline for current trail conditions at 807-285-0801 or call the Sleeping Giant Park office at 807-977-2526 for the most up to date information. We have Family Cabin rentals available year round which can be reserved by calling 1-888-668-7275.

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one quarter full snowflake Poor Condition

one half full snowflake Fair Condition

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full snowflake Excellent Condition

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