Burwalde Woods is the main facility used by the Boundary Trails Nordic Club, including the Jackrabbits. There are trails for both classic and skate skiing. Club membership fees support the operation and maintenance of these trails. Burwalde Trails is located between Morden and Winkler, three miles north of Hwy 14 or nine miles south of Hwy 23. The main trailhead is accessed from the Froese’s yard (home of Burwalde Woods Honey). There is limited parking space; please park tightly so there will be room for others. A donation box is located at the trailhead for non-members to contribute.
Please Note: Burwalde trails are only open for cross-country skiing. NO DOGS and NO WALKERS are permitted on or beside groomed trails.
We skied the trails here on Sunday and they were fantastic – bit of new snow on top of groomed tracks, and just gorgeous in the woods. What a special place!
The snow was thin but the grooming was good at Burwalde Woods, and the trails here have seen lots of traffic. There is some leafy debris and a bare patch or two on the peripheral trails, but the central loops are better. I was pleasantly surprised to see that the ice road is already open: it’s so lovely skiing up the creek. And I always love B…[Read more]
Update from Katrina: Burwalde Woods is ready for skiing! Indoor facilities are closed, but trails are groomed and good to go.