|Snow Depth||20 cm|
|New Snow||0 cm|
|Trail Condition||Wet Snow|
|Number of Trails||3|
|Total Length of Trails||34 km|
|Open Trails (total length)||20 km|
|Track Set Trails (total length)||20 km|
|Skate Set Trails (total length)||20 km|
|Warm Up Shelters?||Yes|
|Link to Map||Map|
|January 28, 2020 - Temperatures are back below zero! Recent rain and warm temperatures have resulted in hard packed, granular snow with some icy sections. Hopefully, more snow is on the way! The Freeland Trail (11.5 km), Chikanishing Trail (7 km), and Campground Road Trails (1.5 km) are open and were groomed for Track Set and Skate skiing. Check back soon for further updates.
Killarney Provincial Park has 34 km of ski trails winding through the campground and backcountry that take skiers through our beautiful, rugged landscape and to some parts of the park that are only accessible during the winter months.
Chikanishing Trail (Track Set and Skate: 7 km) - OPEN - GOOD - This linear track-set trail meanders along the picturesque Chikanishing Creek. Snow-covered evergreen forests line the trail providing beauty and a peaceful escape from the winds.
Collins Inlet Trail (Skate: 14 km) - CLOSED - This loop trail passes through mature pine forests, open fields and frozen marshlands. Don't forget to take a break and enjoy the serenity of this remarkable landscape. This trail is NOT yet open for the season.
Freeland (Skate: 11.5 km) - OPEN - POOR - This linear trail winds east through open hardwood and coniferous forest, past Cranberry Bog and onto scenic Freeland Lake. This trail currently has rough areas that would benefit from receiving more snow.
Ski and snowshoe rentals are available through the Friends of Killarney Park Outpost Store. Sizes and availability are limited. Ski and snowshoe rentals are on a first-come first-serve basis and cannot be reserved in advance. Please call 705-287-2800 for more rental information before your visit.
For information about winter safety and other winter activities in Ontario Parks, go to our Winter Experience Page.Winter Safety and Activities