Plan ahead and follow our COVID-19 guidelines to help us keep our facilities and trails open. The safety of our staff and visitors is our top priority.
Please note that these rules and requirements may evolve throughout the course of our Winter season as we respond to current Alberta Health guidelines, so please check this webpage before every visit.
Thank you for your cooperation and happy skiing!
Café North and section of Café South are repurposed with chairs only to get dressed in your ski gear. Please do not hold sitting space or gather inside the lodge. Use the trails to socialize with your group, at a safe distance from other parties.
Access to the Visitor Information, Cornerstone Café and Washrooms is available, but please exit the lodge as sitting space is unavailable.
Please go home. Do not enter our facilities.
Season passes can be picked up inside the Day Lodge at the main visitor information desk. If you have a medical condition preventing you from entering a public indoor space, give us a call and we will arrange a safe pick up time for you.
All rentals and lessons are organized through our partner TrailSports. Rental rates do not include trail fees. Pre-book your lessons and rental gear online by clicking on the link below
In the event of a first aid emergency, please call 911, Kananaskis Dispatch 403-591-7755 or the Visitor Experience Desk 403-678-2400. Please report any incidents to a staff member. Please limit the exposure of first responders by wearing a mask or a face covering whenever possible.
Always check our trail report or call the Visitor Experience Desk at 403 678 2400 before your visit to get the latest updates.
While our cross-country skiing and fat biking trails are not in avalanche terrain, nearby popular backcountry destinations in Kananaskis Country can see avalanche activity. Always be prepared, read the latest avalanche bulletin, carry avalanche safety gear (transceiver, shovel and probe) and know how to use it.