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Ontario Parks Ski Report

Killarney

705-287-2900

Snow Information
Current Condition Excellent
Snow Depth 34 cm
New Snow 20 cm
Trail Information
Trail Condition Fresh Snow
Number of Trails 3
Total Length of Trails 33 km
Open Trails (total length) 18 km
Track Set Trails (total length) 18 km
Skate Set Trails (total length) 18 km
Groomed Trails? Yes
Last Groomed: 06/04/2018
Warm Up Shelters? Yes
Rental Equipment? Yes
Link to Map http://www.ontarioparks.com/pdf/maps/killarney/ski_trails.pdf
Additional Information
April 9 2018 - Mother Nature is holding onto Winter a little bit longer! With 2 days of fresh, fluffy snowfall last week, there is almost a foot of new snow, and these colder temperatures are keeping it from crusting over. Come out to Killarney for your last chance to catch some end-of-season snowshoeing and cross-country skiing in great conditions! Chikanishing Trail (6km) and Freeland Trial (12km) are open and freshly groomed for Track Set and Skate Ski. The Campground is also groomed for skiing. Check back soon for further updates. Killarney Provincial Park has 33km of trail winding through parts of the park only accessible during the winter months. Chikanishing Trail (Classic and Skate: 8km) - 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 (Classic: 14.3km) - This loop trail is packed, but not always track set. As you pass 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 tracked yet for this winter season. Freeland (Classic: 12.4km) - This linear track-set trail winds east through open hardwood and coniferous forest, past Cranberry Bog and onto scenic Freeland Lake. Groomed with Fresh Track Set. Limited ski rentals available through Friends of Killarney Park by calling 705-287-2800

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one half full snowflake Fair Condition

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