Lying along the rolling hills of the Canadian Shield, Stokely Creek offers cross-country skiers and snowshoers the opportunity to explore a winter’s paradise. Over 130km of well-marked trails expand through 8,400 acres of privately-held land, plus 3,000 acres of land owned by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, making Stokely Creek one of the four largest cross-country ski resorts in North America. Trails receive over 200 inches of lake effect snow per year guaranteeing snow every winter.
Stokely Creek includes 130 km of privately-owned, well-marked, low altitude trails groomed for skating and classic striding, with many more occasionally groomed but well-marked kilometers for those who want to enjoy free-heeling across country.Explore 8,400 acres of privately-held land, plus 3,000 acres of land owned by the Ontario Ministry of Natural Resources, making Stokely Creek one of the four largest cross-country ski resorts in North America.The trails are varied, uninterrupted by roads, and protected for silent sports; so you can experience a true wilderness silence. Trails receive over 200 inches of natural lake effect snow per year guaranteeing snow every winter - all winter.You can take a short loop to view a wild lake or a forest undergoing restoration, or you can venture farther to take in panoramic views of the Algoma Highlands and Havilland Bay on Lake Superior's Eastern shore.The Stokely trail system offers everything from the region's highest peak (King Mt. is 1880 ft.), canyons with ice falls, to kilometers of wild countryside where the only other tracks will be those of the pine marten, otter, fisher and fox; some have even seen wolf tracks.For additional information, visit www.crosscountryski.ca
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