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Out-There is a clearing house for information not a source. Make a point of contacting the staff or authorities for the areas and trails we list before setting out. Access rights change and conditions change even faster - don't be disappointed, send them an e-mail or make a quick call first.

  • Algonquin - There is a dedicated snow shoeing trail just off of the Minnising Trail and of course the whole park is open to possibilities. All the trails except the ski trails can be used for snowshoeing. Inquire with the park (help support the Friends of Algonquin by purchasing a trail description). Of course the rest of the park is accessible too but ensure you have the orienteering skills, survival gear along with map and compass before you venture off trail. Algonquin, Ontario
  • Arrowhead Provincial Park - The park has a designated snowshoe trail in the form of the Stubb's Falls Trail which starts at Arrowhead Lake. Take the 400 to the 11 just passed Barrie and continue on 5km passed the town of Huntsville to the park. Huntsville, Muskoka, North Central Ontario
  • Awenda Provincial Park - The park attracts a fair number of snowshoers in the winter but you must break trail since their are no designated trails in the park. Midland, North Central Ontario
  • Banff National Park - Park Location Map You can snowshoe almost anywhere in the park but the Hillsdale Meadows are a favorite of seasoned snowshoers. Hillsdale Meadows can be found 12 km along the Bow Valley Parkway from its junction with Hwy #1, west of the town of Banff. Avoid avalanche areas and check conditions before you set out. Inquire with the park about skill levels and equipment requirements. Rentals are available. While the park is easily accessible and gets a lot of visitors don't be fooled this is very much a wilderness area. Follow the Trans-Canada Highway (#1) west from Calgary which will take you directly into the park. Canadian Avalanche Association Banff National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta
  • Blue Mountain - Snowshoeing and cross country skiing are available at the nearby Scenic Caves. The snowshoeing trails include a crossing of the parks suspension bridge, the longest one in Ontario. From the south take the 400 north to Barrie and take exit 98 to the 26. Follow the 26 west passed Collingwood about 11km to Blue Mountain Road and the Resort. Restaurants and accommodations are available at the resort and in Collingwood
  • Coaticook Gorge - The park has cross country skiing, snowshoeing as well as lift served tubing area for the kids - big and small. Getting to the park: From Montreal take Highway 10 (the Eastern Townships Autoroute) to exit 121, follow the 55 south to exit 21 where you'll pick up the 141 heading east. When you reach Coaticook watch for the signs for the park. Coaticook, Eastern Townships, Quebec
  • Crystal Mountain - 12km of snowshoe trail with guided tours available, Kelowna is located in south central B.C. in the Thompson Okanagan region approximately 600km from Calgary and about 400km from Vancouver, Kelowna, British Columbia.
  • Cypress Bowl (Hollyburn Mountain) - Snowshoe Trails, Rentals and Tours, Cypress Mountain overlooks the city of Vancouver from the north shore, a short drive from the downtown area. West Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Frontenac Provincial Park - The parks 160km of hiking and portaging trails are open to skiers and snowshoers. The park allows winter camping at the campsite clusters, a permit is required. Frontenac is located just a short distance from Kingston and is just about half way between Montreal and Toronto. From the 401 (either Montreal or Toronto) take highway 9 north to Sydenham, then take Country Road 19 north and turn off at Big Salmon Road. Kingston area, Eastern Ontario
  • Garibaldi Provincial Park - The park is open to backcountry travel on snowshoes for those with expert skills or with a suitable guide. This is a spectacular natural area with winter camping, along with backcountry and telemark skiing for the true outdoor enthusiast. While easily accessible from the Vancouver/Whistler, area this is very much a wilderness park and avalanche training, first aid and survival skills along with all the requisite equipment are essential if you go unguided.
  • Gaspesie Park (Chic-Chocs) - Without a doubt one of eastern North America's finest winter outdoor destinations. The park is located in a vast wilderness in a "sea of mountains" but boasts fine dining and superb accommodations, in the form of the Gîte du Mont-Albert. Exceptional backcountry and telemark skiing, cross country skiing and snow shoeing are available in winter in a superb natural setting reminiscent of western Canada's mountain ranges. The snowshoeing network is extensive with nine trails awaiting you, the longest of which is 16km in length. Full equipment rentals are available. While access to the park is usually good it is a long way from the nearest urban centre - but if you're an enthusiast or a nature lover it's well worth the trip. The park is located in the centre of the Gaspesie Peninsula. From Quebec City follow the 20 east along the south shore, passed Riviere du Loupe where it turns into the 132. At Ste. Anne des Monts head south along the 299 into the park. From the south pick up the 132 just north of Bathhurst N.B. and head east to pick up the 299 north just before you reach New Richmond. Mont Ste. Anne de Mont area, Gaspesie, Quebec. Note: The park is located in a true wilderness, there is a very real avalanche danger within particular areas of the the park. Consult with the park's staff on your route and conditions.
  • Gatineau Park (Ottawa-Hull) - Over 25km of snowshoe trails with rentals available if you don't have your own equipment. If you have the equipment ans skills there is winter camping at Phillipe Lake as well as several overnight cabins and yurts you can take advantage of. The park is located just across the river from the city of Ottawa along Highway 5. Chelsey, Gatineau (Ottawa), Quebec
  • Grandview Hotel (Delta Hotels) - You'll find trails of varying length, through mixed hardwood and red pine forests. Take the 400 north from the 401 just passed Barrie, where you'll pick up the 11 into Huntsville. Huntsville, Muskoka, North Central Ontario
  • Grouse Mountain - 12.8km, Six Trails, Rentals, Programs, Festivals and Tours. Grouse Mountain overlooks the city of Vancouver from North Vancouver a short drive from the downtown area. The park is accessible via the scenic gondola which ascends from the base of the mountain. From Vancouver, take Georgia St. to Stanley park and continue over the Lion's Gate. Follow the North Vancouver exit to Marine Drive then watch for Capilano Rd. Follow Capilano for about 5km to the tram. You can also access the mountain with public transit. North Vancouver, British Columbia
  • Hardwood Hills - 13.5km, full facilities. Two dedicated snowshoe trails, the Wilderness Trail (6km) and the Meadowlands Trail (7.5) both wander through a nicely forested area. From the 401 take the 400 north, take exit 111 east on Doran Road. Watch for Edgar which will take you into the center. Barrie area, North Central Ontario
  • Ile de Boucherville - In the winter time part of the summer trail system is open to cross country skiers and snowshoers. Take note, the ski trails are not groomed, so you may have to break trail yourself. The park also has 5km of trails available for winter hikers. Snow shoes can be rented at the park. If you're driving from Montreal take the 40 (or Sherbrooke) east to the 25 then head south to the tunnel. When you see daylight again take the very first exit, which will bring you into the park, Monteregie (Montreal), Quebec
  • Jacques Cartier Park - A spectacular natural area just a stones through from Quebec City. The park has excellent outdoor opportunities in the winter including snowshoeing. You'll find over 20km of snowshoeing trails which will bring you through snow draped forests and provide you with spectacular viewpoints in the park. Most of the trails are loops allowing you to work your way back to your starting point. Prospectors huts are available for overnight stays (book well in advance). The park's main entrance to the Secteur de la Vallee is located about 40 km north of Quebec City on highway 175. From Montreal take the 40 west to Quebec where you'll head north on the 175.
  • Jasper National Park - Location Map One of the most popular areas in the park to snowshoe is Maligne Lake (don't venture out on the ice) which provides excellent views as well as a variety of interesting trails. The rest of the park (except for restricted areas which include the ski trails) are open to you as well. Avoid avalanche areas and check conditions before you set out. Inquire with the park about skill levels and equipment requirements. Rentals are available. While the park is easily accessible and gets a lot of visitors don't be fooled this is very much a wilderness area. Jasper Adventure Centre also provides guided tours in the park.From Edmonton follow highway 16 west which will take you right into the town of Jasper. From Calgary follow highway 1 west to Lake Louise than continue north on the 93 to the town of Jasper. Snowshoe and Nordic Ski Rentals are available from Jasper Adventure Centre. Friends of Jasper Canadian Avalanche Association Jasper National Park, Canadian Rockies, Alberta
  • Kicking Horse - In addition to cross country skiing the ski resort has snowshoeing and provides rental equipment for those who don't have their own. Golden is located in the south eastern area of the province, in the BC Rockies region, approximately 225km from Calgary (2.5-3hrs), and 700km from Vancouver. Golden, British Columbia Rockies
  • Killarney Provincial Park - The park is open for cross country skiing in the winter and you can snowshoe just about anywhere but there are currently no designated trails. This is one of eastern Canada's most spectacular parks. From Toronto take Hwy. 69 heading towards Sudbury, about 40km south of Sudbury, turn onto Hwy. 637 which heads west into Killarney. The distance from Sudbury is about 100 km while from Perry Sound it is about 250 km. Sudbury area, Northeastern Ontario
  • Kimberley Alpine Resort - Kimberly provides snowshoe tours at the resort which include equipment rentals. There are a number of tour formats available, have a look at their website for more information. Kimberly is located in the south eastern area of the province, in the BC Rockies Region, approximately 800km from Vancouver and 400km from Calgary. Kimberly, British Columbia
  • Manning Provincial Park - There are a number of designated trails in the park for snowshoeing and rentals are available if you don't have your own equipment. Winter camping is possible but if you don't have the equipment (or the kahounas) you can stay at the parks down hill resort. Manning is located in the southwestern region of British Columbia about 3hrs from the city of Vancouver. From Vancouver take highway 1 to Hope then follow highway 3 into the park, Hope, British Columbia
  • McGregor Point Provincial Park - The park is open in the winter for snowshoeing (no designated trails) and cross country skiing. You can make an easy weekend of it by renting one of the parks fascinating yurts (book well in advance the yurts are very popular). Port Elgin, North Central Ontario
  • Mont Megantic - Although a bit of a drive, the park has perhaps the best snowshoeing in the surrounding regions of Montreal, particularly if you are an intermediate or expert in the sport. There are several designate trails and you can even climb to the top of one of the parks significant peaks (you better be in shape for this). The scenery is spectacular with the the trees usually heavily laden by the areas phenomenal snow fall. Heated prospectors tens which allow you to warm up along the way are found along certain sections of the trail. Most of the park huts can be reached on snowshoes and if you reserve, your group can book one for an overnight stay, but book early they are popular with the skiers as well. From Montreal take highway 10 (the eastern townships autoroute) passed Sherbrooke where it turns into the 112. Just before East Angus turn onto the 253 going south. Follow the 253 until you reach the junction of the 212 and head east. Stay on the 212 to Notre Dame des Bois then follow the signs to the the park.Out-There's feature article - Hut-to-Hut at Mont Megantic Eastern Townships, Quebec
  • Mont Orford Park - This is a park that has just about everything in the winter, cross country skiing, winter hiking, snowboarding (with a 2000ft vertical) and snowshoeing. There are a number of trails for snowshoers with the real challenge in the form of the Mont Chauve trail, which takes you to the summit and back, a distance of 16km. From Montreal take highway 10 (the Eastern Townships Autoroute) to exit 118 (Magog-Orford) follow the 141 north into the park. Magog, Eastern Townships, Quebec
  • Mont-Tremblant Cross-Country Center - The Domaine St-Bernard is well known for its cross country skiing now has facilities for snowshoeing. Located between the resort at Tremblant, Grey Rocks and St. Jovite it makes for an ideal days outing for families and enthusiasts visiting the area. Mont Tremblant, Laurentians, Quebec
  • Mont Tremblant Park - Both the Lac Munro and the Pembina sectors have designated snowshoe trails. Taking advantage of the extensive hiking network, the parks snow shoe trails will take you into small lakes or up onto some of the parks spectacular look outs. Rentals are available. Diable Sector (Lac Monroe) - From Montreal take highway 15 to the 117 to St Faustin, then follow the signs north into the park. From Mont Tremblant resort take highway around the mountain to the south side bypassing the split to ski hill. At the T intersection take a right and follow the signs a short distance into the park. Pembina (St. Donat) - From Montreal take the 15 or 13 north to the 640 east. Take highway 125 to the northeast towards St Donat then follow route 3 into the park. Laurentians, Quebec
  • Mont Temblant Resort - In addition to almost every other conceivable outdoor activity, the resort has a trail system with guided outings. Consult with the activities centre for descriptions of the tours. From Montreal - Take Autoroute 15 which turns into the 117 just passed Sainte-Agathe. Along the 117 watch for the signs for the resort at Saint-Jovite. Follow the signs (327) to the resort.
  • Mount Seymour - Snowshoeing, trails, tours, clinics and events, North Vancouver (Vancouver), British Columbia
  • Murphys Point - The park has cross country ski trails but no designated snowshoe trails. You can however break your own trail almost anywhere in the park. From Toronto take the 401 east to Gananoque, then head north on the 32 and pick up the 15 to Crosby. At Crosby take the 14 north, then head east on the 21 and watch for the signs for the park. From Ottawa take the 417 west and pick up the 7 west of Kanata. Stay on the 7 all the way to Perth, then take the 1 south, where you'll pick up the 21 heading west. Watch for the signs for the park
  • Oka Park - The park is a favourite cross country ski destination for outdoor enthusiasts in Montreal and the lower laurentians. There are now three easy snow shoeing trails which will take you through the parks beautiful oak forests. The park is 55 km northwest of Montreal. Take highway 13 or 15 (the Laurentian Autoroute) north to the 640. Then head west towards St Eustache. The 640 takes you right into the park.
  • Red Mountain - As well as cross country skiing the resort has a snowshoe loop. Red Mountain is located in the south eastern area of the province approximately 600km from Calgary and 600km from Vancouver. Rossland, British Columbia
  • Les Sentiers Du Moulin - Snowshoeing 10km of marked paths, Cross Country Skiing 140km of trails, Mountain Biking 40km, You'll also find rustic huts, campsites, prospectors tents all only minutes from Quebec City
  • Silver Star - The resort provides almost every type of outdoor activity including of course snowshoe tours. Vernon is located in the south central area of the province in the Thompson Okanagan region approximately 600km from Calgary and 400km from Vancouver. Vernon British Columbia
  • Springwater Provincial Park - The park has cross country skiing and a short designated snowshoe trail. Midhurst, Ontario
  • Sunpeaks - The ski resort has snowshoeing trails, tours and equipment rentals. Kamloops is located in the south central area of the province, in the Thompson Okanagan region., approximately 350km from Vancouver and 600km from Calgary. Kamloops, British Columbia
  • Voyageur Provincial Park - The park is open to snowshoers and cross country skiers in the winter. The cross country ski trails are groomed but their is no dedicated snowshoe trails so you have to make your own. The park is located about 1 hour from Montreal on the road to Ottawa. From the Metropolitan in Montreal follow the 40 west. In Vaudreuil-Dorion take the split to Ottawa. Once you enter Ontario you take the first exit (exit no. 5) then head east towards the Ottawa River. Chute a Blondeau, Ontario
  • Wye Marsh Wildlife Centre - Designated snowshoe trail, rentals. The trail makes its through hardwood forests and rolling hills overlooking the famous wetland. From the 400 north of Barrie take exit 121 and follow Hwy. 93 north through the passed Wyebridge to Hwy. 12. Follow the 12 east and watch for the sign. - Hiking, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, Simcoe County
  • Whistler-Blackcomb - There are a number of areas to explore and of course rental equipment is available. If you are new to the sport there are a number of guided tours with a variety of themes you can choose from as well. Whistler is located in the southwestern region of the province, in the Vancouver Coast and Mountains Region approximately 140km from Vancouver along the coast highway. Whistler, British Columbia
  • Yoho National Park - The Emerald Lake area has snowshoeing and of course the rest of the park (except for restricted areas which include the ski trails) are open to you. Avoid avalanche areas and check conditions before you set out. Inquire with the park about skill levels and equipment requirements. Rentals are available. While the park is easily accessible and gets a lot of visitors don't be fooled this is very much a wilderness area. Follow the Trans-Canada Highway (#1) west from Calgary through Banff National Park. Stay on the 1 at the split with the 93 and continue through kicking horse pass and into the park. Location Map , Park Map Canadian Avalanche Association Canadian Rockies, British Columbia

    Wilderness outdoor activities are by their very nature inherently dangerous. Ensure you have the skill levels and equipment for the challenges you choose. Never go alone and consider hiring a guide.

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