Jack Rabbit Level 1 kids cross country skiing program on winter trails at Strathcona Wilderness Centre
  • Regular operating hours are daily from 9 a.m. – 4:30 p.m.
  • All trails are open for walking from April to November.
  • Please leave your pets at home.
  • Walkers and dogs on leash are welcomed to enjoy these natural area trails:
    • Beaver Hills Biodiversity Trail on Range Road 211 has a beautiful trail with views of the moraine. 
    • Explore the top of the North Saskatchewan River Valley at the Riverside Nature Trail. 
    • Explore the Old Edmonton Trail and a 3 km walking trail at the Sherwood Park Natural Area. 
  • Looking for cycling trails? Explore more than 80 km of bike trails at the Cooking Lake Blackfoot provincial recreation area. Drive south on Range Road 195 off Hwy 16 to the Blackfoot Lake staging area.
  • Strathcona County gift cards are available and can be used to purchase 2024-2025 season passes and programs.
  • Live trail conditions webcam
  • Subscribe to the ski bulletin for updates throughout the ski season including information on trail opening and conditions.
  • Register now for spring and summer programs and summer day camps.
  • Book the Lodge and campsite now. Bookings can be made up to a year in advance for overnight bookings. 

Cross-country ski bulletin
Read the latest cross-country ski bulletin for updates on trail conditions and news from the Strathcona Wilderness Centre and The Broadmoor. For trail condition updates throughout the week, please check the Nordic Pulse grooming report.

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Strathcona Wilderness Centre 780-922-3939
The Broadmoor 780-467-2211

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Last updated: Monday, April 22, 2024
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