Activities & Events
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Other Winter Activities


  • A gentle slope located in a scenic bowl next to the Wax Room Building
  • Free to use

Ice SkatingCanmore Nordic Centre PP - Skating

  • Located at the south end of the cross-country stadium
  • Free to use and available during regular operating hours
  • Ice skate rentals available on-site at Trail Sports

Winter Disc Golf

  • The 9-hole winter disc golf course avoids skier traffic 
  • Course maps available at the information counter in the Daylodge
  • Free to use


  • 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

  • Fat biking is permitted on single track trails and groomed, machine-made snow trails, specifically
    • Banff Trail to the meadow
    • Bow Trail: Junction 18 - 25
    • Salt Lake Trail: Junction 94 - 96, 
    • Lynx, Centennial, Olympic, Albertville, Lillehammer and Nagano Trails
  • Bikes with regular mountain bike tires are not permitted. Tires must be 3.7 inches or wider.
  • Skiers have priority on all trails.
  • Fat biking is not permitted when the temperature is above freezing.
  • A valid trail pass is required.
  • Check our detailed information sheet.