Stride and glide this winter | Cross-country skiing in Toronto

Cross-country Skiing near Toronto

In addition to the numerous parks and multi-use trails groomed for cross-country skiing in Toronto, there are a number of conservation and adventure centres with groomed trails perfect for families. Here are some of our top spots.

High Park

This park features an extensive network of trails perfect for cross-country skiing.

Address: 1873 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON
Website: www.highparktoronto.com

Toronto Island Park

The islands feature extensive cross-country skiing trails.

Website: www.torontoisland.com

Centennial Park

Toronto’s second largest park at 525 acres, Centennial Park is also one of the city’s busiest parks and a great spot for cross-country skiing.

Address: 256 Centennial Park Road, Etobicoke, ON
Phone: 416-394-8754
Website: www.toronto.ca/ski

Earl Bales Park

Also home to the Earl Bales Ski and Snowboard Centre, groomed cross-country trails are available throughout Earl Bales Park.

Address: 4169 Bathurst Street, Toronto, ON
Phone: 416-395-7931
Website: www.toronto.ca/ski

Dagmar Ski Resort

Dagmar features 25 kilometres of cross-country trails, a Learn to Ski Kids Corral, 2 magic carpets, 4 chairlifts including 2 quads and 2 triples, 18 runs and a large terrain park.

Address: 1220 Lake Ridge Rd, Uxbridge, ON
Phone: 905-649-2002
Website: www.skidagmar.com

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