Snowshoeing

More than 1,100 hectares to discover! With kilometres of marked trails and more than 1,100 hectares of mountain terrain, forest and lakes to discover,
Snowshoeing is probably one of the best kept secrets of the Park.

 
SNOWSHOEING TRAILS

The Park has two snowshoeing trail networks.

THE WHITE PINE TRAIL

starts / penetrates the forest at the entrance of the camping, slow climb going East along the campground then North on a small hill that presents a beautiful view of Mount Sugarloaf.

• ACCESS: left after the campground gate

• # OF TRAILS: 1

• LENGTH: ± 3km

 

THE MONTAGNARDS SNOWSHOE TRAILS starting from the Montagnards shelter. There is a network of 6 km of marked snowshoeing trails. Snowshoeing enthusiasts will discover a beautiful mountain scenery as well as the magnificient Prichard Lake [trail #6].

• ACCESS: ± 2km driving from the main lodge to the X-Ski shelter

• # OF TRAILS: 2

• LENGTH: ±6 km

CONSULT THE SNOWSHOEING TRAIL MAP

Snowshoers are not allowed on cross-country ski trails.
 

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 SEASON PASSES INCLUDING THE MONTAGNARDS MEMBERSHIP CARDS

Point-of-Sale PARK TICKET OFFICE:

Sugarloaf Park: Please contact the Park for the Ticket Office opening hours at (506) 789-2366.

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XC-Ski Trail Conditions

Snow Report and Weather

XC-SKI TRAIL CONDITIONS

Updated Monday, April 2, 2018
Trails:

Closed

Terry Fox/ Campground: Open

Not Tracked & Not Groomed

Trail #1

Not Tracked & Not Groomed

Trail #2:

Not Tracked &  Not Groomed 

Trail #3

Not Tracked &  Not Groomed 

Trail #4

Not Tracked & Not Groomed 

Condition: Spring conditions

 

Ski/Snowboard Trail Conditions

 

SKI/SNOWBOARD TRAIL CONDITIONS
Updated

Monday, April 2, 2018

Trails: Close
Lifts: Close
Hours: Close
Condition: Close for the season

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