Our network of snowshoe trails offers nearly eight miles of trails. Taking you across rolling terrain, through pine stands, fir groves, and hardwood forests.
What makes our trails unique is their variety. We offer groomed trails wide enough for you to snowshoe alongside friends, family, and furry companions. For those looking for more backcountry snowshoeing, there are also marked, ungroomed trails to explore that really connect you with the surrounding forest. PRO TIP: Backcountry trails are flagged with the same color shown on the maps to help you better navigate.
Dogs are welcome on all our snowshoe trails and well behaved dogs can be off leash.
Dog owners must take responsibility for their animals. This includes:
- Keeping your dog within your sight and control at all times.
- Cleaning up after your do immediately and properly disposing of bags in a trash can. Mutt Mitts are made available with stations located at the kiosk and the start of our trail system.
- Keeping dogs on a leash while in the parking lot.
- Dogs are not allowed within the chalet at any time.