Cross-Country skiing (Dave Heath photo)
As soon as the first snowfall settles on the hills surrounding Logan Lake, the local cross-country ski club transforms the landscape into a network of trails.
Cross-country ski routes are suited to various skill levels, and range from groomed and marked trails to backcountry wilderness trails. Floodlights located on several hills make night skiing possible.
Logan Lake Ski Trail System
The Logan Lake Ski Trail System begins in the community – at the end of Chartrand Ave - and extends out into the surrounding wilderness. Trails are groomed for both classic and skating techniques. The ski season usually starts in the first week of December and continues through March. The Loop is a 2km/1.2mi lighted section of a 36km/23mi track set trail on the upper slopes of Logan Lake. To reach The Loop follow residential signs.