The BioSki trail system is now officially closed for the season.  The track is rain-soaked following 10mm of rain last night and there is little prospect of enough snow to make a difference to conditions especially with severe frost tonight. Furthermore,  no attempt will be made to track-set. We are now into “spring skiing” when only klister will provide the grip and glide necessary for some enjoyable exercise on the snow. 

Skiers, however, must realize that if they venture out they do so at their own risk.  With icy conditions, the downhills may well be treacherous.  Seeing that very few skiers are likely to continue skiing, those that do so may wish to consider skiing only the flatter parts of the system by skiing some sections of the trail backwards and then returning.  At the same time when doing so one needs to stay alert to oncoming traffic.








Since the early 1970's the BioSki Cross-Country Ski & Snowshoe Club has welcomed both local Sudburians and visitors to enjoy the great outdoors while participating in healthy activities.
Located in the Laurentian Lake Conservation Area, the club manages a system of trails for both cross-country skiing and snowshoeing throughout the winter season.
The groomed trails are open to members and visitors every day and our Ski Cottage is open on weekends from 10am to 4pm and Wednesday and Fridays from 1 to 4pm. The Ski Cottage provides heated washrooms, and sells season memberships, day trail passes, snacks, as well as hot and cold beverages.
Our ski trails are also partnered with the Laurentian University ski trail system giving BioSki members access to a total of 27km of enjoyment.