Recent News

Gearing up for a full year. Save and spacious adventures await you on our trails.

Early Bird Rates on now! 

Our ski club has existed for 61 years under various names and at various locations with our current site growing from 8.2 hectares in 1985 to 312 hectares in 2019. The latest expansion was a 167-hectare addition and we are now looking at options for new trail development. With historical roots in mind, we are considering addition of a 15 km trail system that is more rustic than the current CNSC trails, and more similar to those we skied on at Tabor Mountain.

You may have noticed the pipes and heavy equipment on site. We are excited to move onto the second stage of snowmaking system that will ensure snow. See the news story on

This project is made possible by the legacy fund from the 2018 Para Nordic World Championships, Northern Development Initiative Trust Fund, and donation of equipment by Brandt Tractors and PRD Construction. 

Thank you PG!

We've done assessments on the singletrack trails and we're ready to roll.  A group of volunteers has started buffing the trails, and we're clearing downed trees. There are still a few wet spots to be found, especially in the upper trails like Java and Crosscut, please avoid these for now. You may come across some trees on trails that haven't been cleared yet, so ride with caution.

If you'd like to help with cleaning up the trails this spring, or would like to report an issue on a trail, please contact Mike  at Otherwise check the status of the trails on Trailforks

Thanks again for your help in keeping off the trails while they were wet!

We are sad to announce that due to Covid-19 our Spring Bike Camps have been cancelled. As it is an ever evolving situation no decision has been made regarding the Summer Bike Camps. We will continue to monitor the situation and take recommended measures for the safety of our coaches and program participants.

Good afternoon,

With the onset of warm weather, I am sure people are itching to get out and enjoy the sun. In light of this, we would like to let everyone know that the ski trails are now open to hikers, though we ask that people refrain from hiking on the singletrack/snowshoe trails at this time. Hiking on saturated soils can lead to compaction, and walking around muddy sections can cause erosion as well as damage surrounding vegetation. Please allow the ground time to dry out. Thank you for taking care of our trails.
Know nature’s limit. Play within it.

Thank you,

Good morning,

We have received an amazing amount of gratitude for keeping our trails open and groomed. I want to thank everyone who has practiced the recommended social distancing. We cannot become complacent; we must remain diligent. The trails can remain open as long as people follow social isolation between households.

Under exertion we expel air with more force and thus our perimeter needs to be larger than the standard 2 meters. Today I learned the recommended distance under low exertion is 4-5 meters, medium exertion is 10 meters, and hard exertion is 20 meters.

Protect your friends, family, and our community and support the trails remaining open by following social isolation between households.

Thank you,

Angela LeFebvre, General Manager

"We strive to create a happy environment and atmosphere that promotes Sport for Life"

Hello CNSC Members,

What now? This is a question many have in their personal lives, at work, and for our club. The current health and economic pressures give us challenges, but our club is stronger than ever. This year we won the Cross-Country BC Membership Contest, we had the highest club points in Biathlon BC, many Cross Country athletes made impressive wins, we saw a resurrection of the Master’s ski program, our volunteers stepped forward with enthusiasm, the recreational skiers always carried a smile, and best of all you were there. Do not think the skiing is over!

We will now close off our indoor spaces as the numbers of COVID19 cases has increased and we are at the point where exponential growth can occur. We do have the support of the Northern Health Environmental Health Officer and the City of Prince George Bylaw Officers to stay open. However, we will do our part and close all the indoor spaces with the groom team still going. Our ski trails will continue to be groomed and do not forget about our snowshoe trails! I will wave from my office, but I ask that you refrain from drop ins. Do your part and keep a minimum of 2 meters apart on the trails and in the parking lot. 

Thank you to our members, volunteers, directors, and staff for the passion and joy you bring to the club. I witness and experience it every day. I feel very fortunate to be part of this family.

With best regards for your health and safety,

Angela LeFebvre, General Manager

"We strive to create a happy environment and atmosphere that promotes Sport for Life"

The Caledonia Nordic Ski Club is committed to the health and well being of our members and the greater community of Prince George. We are motivated to create positive impacts and be leaders in outdoor recreation. There is much uncertainty, but one thing is certain, our extensive trail network offers a great escape from isolation while maintaining a safe distance. 


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