Ascending a Hill
The Kawartha Nordic Ski Club is located north of Burleigh Falls on Highway 28 and offers a variety of cross country ski trails for all activity and skill levels. It’s a great place for classic, skate-skiing, snowshoeing, or winding through the woods on one of their smaller trails. Located in the rolling hills of shield country, a trip to the club offers a chance to enjoy a winter trek through mature hardwood forests with towering pines above.
Bird's Eye View
The forest from above in late afternoon, creating striking shadows.
The trail heads of the Kawartha Nordic Ski Club as seen from above.
A great pine tree towering over the trails.
One of the many friendly chickadees that swoop down from trees near the cabins.
A chickadee taking off…
Looking into a woodpecker hole on a cedar tree.
On a Snowy Day
A ski trail winding through the woods.
Did you know that there are fairies at the Kawartha Nordic Ski Club?
Hanging Out in a Tree
… Her friend is not far away
… And a fairy house is just around the corner
A Kids' Program
Kawartha Nordic Ski hosts many popular activities.
At the trail head there are firepits, where the ice makes striking horizontal icicles.
A wintery scene at one of the wetlands along the way.
A red squirrel scampering up a post.
Granite peeking up through the snow.
A striking log that is home to many fungi.
This rotting endgrain is unusually colourful.
Reed Grasses (Phragmites), growing on the fringe of a wetland.
Looking up at a Pine
One of the many pine trees towering over the hardwood forests.