Whitewater's Nordic Centre offers 5km of multi-use trails for skate skiing, snowshoeing, and snow biking, all of it dog friendly. Dogs must be on a leash.
Nordic Trails & Skiing
With the impact of COVID-19 on our business and the challenge of managing capacity at the resort, use of the nordic trails will only be available to season pass holders or guests that have purchased nordic rentals or lessons from the resort for the 2020/2021 winter season. Note that all nordic rentals and lessons will need to be booked in advance.
The Nordic Centre is located near lot #3 but can be accessed from the lodge via meadow ski way. The Nordic Centre is open 7 days a week from 9 am to 3 pm. To access our multi-use trails you will require a season pass or a $15 nordic day pass, which you can pick up from the Skier Services building when you are picking up rentals and/or meeting your instructor for a lesson. Note that all nordic rentals and lessons must be booked a minimum of 24 hours in advance to ensure availability.
The status of groomed trails is updated daily on the snow report section of our website and info boards at the trailhead with "freshly groomed" or "previously groomed", depending on the current conditions.
Our multi-use trails can be accessed through parking lot #3
Discover Cross Country Skiing: Level 1 Lesson
The right way to get started in the sport of cross-country skiing. In two hours we'll show you the correct way to dress, how to put on your gear properly, how to control your speed, stop, and turn. Lesson includes a full day ticket, rentals, and a two hour lesson.
Nordic Ski Rentals
Located in the same breathtaking backdrop as our Nordic ski trails, Whitewater offers well-maintained snowshoe trails. To explore our snowshoe trails a valid Alpine Season Pass or pre-booked snowshoe rentals with a $15 nordic lift ticket are required. Visit the Skier Services Lodge to pick up your pre-booked snowshoe rentals. Dogs are allowed on the snowshoe trails if they are on a leash.