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Ontario Parks Snow Report


Last Updated: 25/02/2024

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Current Condition Excellent
Snow Depth 28 cm
New Snow 0 cm
Last Updated 25/02/2024

Number of Trails 9
Open Trails (total length) 32 km
Track Set Trails (total length) 18 km
Skate Set Trails (total length) 14 km

There are 33 km of classic ski trails and 16 km of skate ski trails, ranging from beginner to expert level.

Trail Name Trail Conditions Trail Type Last Groomed
intermediate Arrowhead Lake
(5.1 km)
Classic and Skate 24/02/2024
Beaver Meadow
(5 km)
Ungroomed N/A
beginner Bunny
(1 km)
Classic 23/02/2024
beginner East River
(6 km)
Classic 24/02/2024
(2.8 km)
Ungroomed N/A
(3 km)
Ungroomed N/A
intermediate Lumby
(4.5 km)
Classic and Skate 24/02/2024
beginner Roe
(2.5 km)
Classic and Skate 25/02/2024
intermediate Sprint
(1 km)
Granular, Hard Packed
Skate 21/02/2024

Skating Trail Condition Excellent

Glide through the forest on this 1.3 km skating trail. Be sure to check out our “Fire and Ice Nights” when the trail is lit up for a nighttime skate.

Book your daily vehicle permit in advance to guarantee access.

The conditions are updated every day by 9:00 am.

Fire and Ice nights take place on Friday and Saturday evenings starting late January depending on weather conditions and run from 6:00 pm to 9:00 pm. This event sells out. Book your daily vehicle permit in advance to reserve your spot.

More information about visiting Arrowhead in the winter.

The skate trail will be open 9:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. with no closure period.

Visitors can explore the more than 8 km of marked snowshoe trails, as well as off-trail snowshoeing through mature hardwood forest.


one quarter full snowflake Poor Condition

one half full snowflake Fair Condition

threee quarter full snowflake Good Condition

full snowflake Excellent Condition

closed No Snow

For information about winter safety and other winter activities in Ontario Parks, go to our Winter Experience Page.

Winter Safety and Activities