There are five types of winter use trails (Dec 1 to March 31):
- Designated and signed XC ski trails for classic and skate ski users only. (blue and green)
- Shared use trails, which are groomed for XC skiing and shared with other users who are fat-biking, snowshoeing, hiking (or in some cases horseback riding). These trails are: WBC Perimeter trail, Mountain Road, Telephone Loop, Elbow Trail from Highway #66 to Snagmore/Sugar Mama junction, and Iron Creek between Iron Springs and Range Road 54. (These are shown on the maps as blue or green plus brown or pink)
- Multi-use winter only trails for shared use by fat bikers, snowshoers, hikers and in some cases, horses. (solid pink)
- Snowshoe/hiking trails (Watershed Heritage Interpretive Trail, Snowshoe Hare, Fisher Link, Fullerton Loop)
- All Season, multi user trails (brown colour on the maps) for hiking, snowshoeing, horseback riding and fat biking
Please respect the multi-use nature of the trails and parking lot. Equestrian users must be able to access the dedicated equestrian parking lot for the safety of all visitors and horses.
In addition, there are several short stretches of trail shared by all users: Elbow to Snagmore/Sugar Mama junction from the Fullerton trailhead, Iron Creek (from Iron Springs junction to Range Road 54) and Mountain Road west of the Blue Bridge.
For more information on any of these activities, please click on the links.