• Essential Stats

    Total KM of Trails:55.3 km of classical trails
    # Trails4 Loops 4.7 to 23.4 km (wilderness = not groomed)
    Skate Skiing:No
    Classic Skiing:Yes
       

    The Minnesing Trail is located on the north side of Highway 60, 23 km from the West Gate.

    The Minnesing Trail has four loops ranging in distance from 4.7 to 23.4 km. The trail is maintained for backcountry wilderness skiing and is not groomed. Proper equipment for deep snow is required. They are all hilly and unsuitable for small children and unfit adults. The western or return side of each loop follows the old Minnesing Road, where the trail is smoother and the grades are less steep. Cabins are located at the start of the trail and on the return run of the second loop. The trail passes through hardwood forest, with views of three lakes along the route. Let your experience and ability determine your destination, route and travel speed. Snowshoes are permitted on this trail.

    The Minnesing Trail network is well marked. Take along the map provided by Algonquin Provincial Park. The Minnesing Trail has four loops ranging in distance from 4.7 to 23.4 km. The trail is maintained for back-country wilderness skiing and is not groomed. Wide touring skis and large basket poles are essential for soft snow conditions.

  • Essential Stats

    Total KM of Trails:55.3 km of classical trails
    # Trails4 Loops 4.7 to 23.4 km (wilderness = not groomed)
    Skate Skiing:No
    Classic Skiing:Yes
       

    The Minnesing Trail is located on the north side of Highway 60, 23 km from the West Gate.

    The Minnesing Trail has four loops ranging in distance from 4.7 to 23.4 km. The trail is maintained for backcountry wilderness skiing and is not groomed. Proper equipment for deep snow is required. They are all hilly and unsuitable for small children and unfit adults. The western or return side of each loop follows the old Minnesing Road, where the trail is smoother and the grades are less steep. Cabins are located at the start of the trail and on the return run of the second loop. The trail passes through hardwood forest, with views of three lakes along the route. Let your experience and ability determine your destination, route and travel speed. Snowshoes are permitted on this trail.

    The Minnesing Trail network is well marked. Take along the map provided by Algonquin Provincial Park. The Minnesing Trail has four loops ranging in distance from 4.7 to 23.4 km. The trail is maintained for back-country wilderness skiing and is not groomed. Wide touring skis and large basket poles are essential for soft snow conditions.