- Due to the high potential for collision and conflict, snowshoeing on Canmore Nordic Centre's groomed ski trails is not permitted.
- Canmore Nordic Centre has a dedicated snowshoe loop with orange signage about 3 km long. Check our map for details.
- There are many beautiful trails in Kananaskis Country suitable for snowshoeing. Several are within a 30-45 minute drive south of Canmore Nordic Centre on Highway #742 (Smith-Dorrien/Spray Trail).
Fat biking at the Canmore Nordic Centre is only permitted on designated single track trails marked with fat bike signage
See our fat biking map. Check Kananaskis Country fat biking for more info.
A wildlife corridor exists in the portion of Bow Valley Wildland Provincial Park located above the stadium area at Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park. Each year, travel in this area is
- Prohibited from December 1 to June 15 (including all trails above EKG East - Killer Bees, Ziggy’s, Nectar Noodle, The Backdoor, The Albertan)
- Restricted to designated trails only from June 16 to November 30
Winter Single Track Trail Etiquette
- Fat Biking is permitted on designated single track trails only. Stay off groomed ski trails except at designated trail crossings and short segments as signed.
- Winter Biking recommended tire width and pressure in snowy or soft conditions is >3.7 inches and <5 psi.
- If leaving ruts greater than 1 inch on groomed single track trails, turn around and consider using other trails.
- If leaving post holes greater than 1 inch on groomed single track trails, turn around and consider using other trails.
- Rundle Riverside Trail can be accessed by using the Rundle Connector Trail.
- Dogs are prohibited on single track in winter.
Be an ambassador for the sport. Be polite, educate other riders and discourage bad behaviour. Please show respect for the park and other visitors.
- A gentle slope is located in a scenic bowl next to the Wax Room Building.
- This area is free to use.
- The rink is at the south end of the cross-country stadium.
- It's free to use and available during regular operating hours.
Winter Disc Golf
- The 8 holes available during winter avoid skier traffic.
- These holes are marked as blue circles on the Disc Golf Map.
- The disc golf course is free to use.
- Trail Sports (located on-site) offers disc rental and instruction.