Canmore Nordic Centre Provincial Park

Alberta Parks

Frozen Thunder (facility)

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Frozen Thunder is an early season 2km long ski track allowing training on snow for High Performance Athletes. Public skiing is allowed after 12pm everyday and requires a Frozen Thunder/Fall Season Pass. 

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Frozen Thunder is open as of October 21st. Access from the East side of the construction area (Wax Room Building side with detour).

Morning times reserved for athletes wearing BIBS and with trail pass (7am-12pm). Frozen Thunder is open to the public after 12pm with trail fee in effect from 12pm-5pm, free after 5pm.

Groomed: Oct 20 

Length:2.1 km
Type:Loop
Difficulty
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Updated: Nov 3, 2022