Other Winter Activities
- The rink is at the south end of the cross-country stadium.
- It's free to use and available during regular operating hours.
- Ice skate rentals are available on-site at Trail Sports.
- A gentle slope is located in a scenic bowl next to the Wax Room Building.
- This area is free to use.
Winter Disc Golf
- The 8 holes available during winter avoid skier traffic.
- These holes are marked as blue circles on the Disc Golf Map.
- The disc golf course is free to use.
- Trail Sports (located on-site) offers disc rental and instruction.
- Due to the high potential for collision and conflict, snowshoeing on Canmore Nordic Centre's groomed ski trails is not permitted.
- Canmore Nordic Centre has a dedicated snowshoe loop with orange signage about 3 km long. Check our map for details.
- There are many beautiful trails in Kananaskis Country suitable for snowshoeing. Several are within a 30-45 minute drive south of Canmore Nordic Centre on Highway #742 (Smith-Dorrien/Spray Trail).
- Check this map of Snowshoe Trails in Peter Lougheed Provinical Park and Kananaskis Valley.
Fat biking at the Canmore Nordic Centre is only permitted on designated single track trails marked with fat bike signage
- EKG East*
- Blue Coal Chutes
- Long Road to Ruin
- Canmore Trail (double track – part of snowshoe loop and winter disc golf course)
- Georgetown Trail (double track)
See our fat biking map.
* To protect wildlife and reduce wildlife encounters, all trails above EKG East (ie. Killer Bees, Ziggy’s, Nectar Noodle, The Backdoor, The Albertan) are closed from December 1 - June 15.
Guidelines for fat biking at the Canmore Nordic Centre
- Fat biking is not permitted on groomed cross-country ski trails except where crossings are necessary.
- Fat biking is permitted on a signed section of Centennial cross-country ski trail ONLY to provide access to EKG East. Stay to the left on this ski trail. DO NOT ride in the machine-made tracks.
- Fat bikers must yield to skiers at all ski trail crossings.
- Cross ski tracks at a perpendicular angle. Avoid mixing dirt riding with snow riding.
- Only “fat bikes” (with tires measuring 3.7 inches wide or wider) are permitted. Bikes with regular mountain bike tires are not permitted as narrow tires are more likely to leave deep ruts in groomed trails.
- No fat biking is permitted beyond Mine Meadow. No connection is available to the Rundle Riverside Trail in Banff National Park.