The Falcon Ridge Ski Area offers over 25K of skating and classic trails for all levels of ability. The trails wind throughout the boreal forest of the magnificent Canadian Shield country, exploring remote lakes and untouched wilderness. Skiers will be nicely challenged by the climbs and descents that Falcon Ridge is famous for, while still being able to relax and enjoy travelling on the flats of either Falcon or High Lake.
The Falcon Ridge trail system also connects with the larger South Whiteshell trail, offering an additional 40K. On weekends ski rentals, wax, wholesome meals, and hot chocolate are available at the ski hill chalet where you can warm up beside a stone fireplace and enjoy some live music (every Sunday 1pm during the ski hill operating season). Falcon Trails Resort provides lakefront post and beam style cabins for rent with private hot tubs located right at the trail head of our network of ski trails.
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From Al Stewart:
I ski skated Falcon Ridge today and all the trails except on High Lake (slush) were in fabulous shape for both skating and classic. If you get a chance to ski there before the melt you will not find a more beautiful and impeccably groomed trail system. And wow is there snow out there!
Falcon Ridge Feb 22 – groomed on the 21st, but received probably an inch of fresh snow overnight and throughout the day. I classic skied both of the high lake routes with elephant head and mighty megan… classic poling along the outside track edge (near forest) is literally hollow in many places. its like there are massive air pockets under in…[Read more]
My friend says that most of the trail system at Falcon Ridge was in great shape last weekend (Jan 5 & 6), the exception being the marshy area east end of biathlon area, and the portages on High Lake. He skied both days, classic and skating. Beautifully groomed for skating, fine for classic.
Skied yesterday from the chalet towards High Lake along trail #1,3 &4. Turned around just after #4 splits from #3. Lots of grass and branches sticking through #4, ahead looked like it was getting worse as it entered the marshy area. Trails had been groomed for skate and track set. Skating on #3 looked decent.