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Ontario Parks Snow Report


Last Updated: 20/02/2024

Facilities at park

Current Condition Closed
Snow Depth 2 cm
New Snow 2 cm
Last Updated 20/02/2024

Number of Trails 5
Open Trails (total length) 0 km
Track Set Trails (total length) 0 km
Skate Set Trails (total length) 0 km

Pinery offers cross-country skiing on 38 km of packed and groomed ski trails. The trails range from 4.2 km to 11 km with difficulties from easy to hard. One trail is available for skate skiing.

Trail Name Trail Conditions Trail Type Last Groomed
intermediate Ausable Trail
(4.7 km, loop)
Classic N/A
beginner Chickadee Trail
(4.2 km, loop)
Classic 01/01/1970
Expert Dune Ridge Trail
(9.4 km, loop)
Classic N/A
intermediate Huron Trail
(9.6 km, loop)
Classic N/A
beginner Skate Ski Trail
(11 km, linear)
Skate N/A

Skating Rink Status Closed
Pinery has a large outdoor rink in front of the Chalet open from morning until after dark, weather permitting.

Visitors are welcome to snowshoe along walking trails or ungroomed roadways and trails. Visitors should avoid steep slopes and environmentally sensitive areas.

Number of hills0

The toboggan hill near the Chalet is lit during the evening and open daily though the winter, conditions permitting.


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

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