The Duck Lake Ski Club maintains an 11K trail system that starts across the street from the hospital in Pine Falls. It is well-maintained with beautiful rolling scenery and goes through a variety of boreal mixed wood forest, balsam fir forest, lowland black spruce forest, black spruce/ tamarack bog, meadow, and black ash trees. It’s gently rolling terrain with one major climb and no steep downhills. There’s a charming warming hut (Doyle-Pitre Chalet) with lots of character along the trail.
The trails are regularly groomed. The club purchased a new groomer in February 2020.
Please support the maintenance of these trails by sending a donation / trail fee:
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Duck Lake Ski Club
Pine Falls MB
The club has an active Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/520056288108300
See the Maps tab for an interesting brochure and map. The map is missing a 1.7K loop called Rabbit.
From Duck Lake Ski Club on Saturday noon:
We were out testing the new groomer. Not all trails were done and not all trails done are skiable. Duck lake trail was done but is much too wet to use. The corner at the the bottom of Sunshine is also wet but passable, from there go up the Bear to the Chalet, back down the Bear from Chalet thru the bush…[Read more]
From Cheryl Pearson on Sunday evening:
Philippe and I skied Pine Falls today and conditions were good. While the glide was not particularly fast today (due to new snowfall), tracks were otherwise in great condition. The club advised us that they will be likely be grooming again tomorrow. It was our first time at Pine Falls and we were…[Read more]
13 members of Nature Manitoba’s Grey Hares skied the Duck Lake trails at Pine Falls on Wednesday late morning and early afternoon. -8°, calm in the lovely forest, and sunshine! Excellent grooming. A nice lunch in the interesting warming hut (Doyle-Pitre Chalet). Everyone had a very enjoyable day.