The Pumpkin Creek Ski Club trailhead / parking lot / shelter building is located ~4 km west of Roseisle on the Valley Road (~5K north of the Birch Ski Area). After turning south (left) off PTH 245 onto the road that leads to the Birch Ski Area, turn west (right) at the first road (at the Pumpkin Creek sign). Go 3.3 km to the Pumpkin Creek trailhead / parking lot that is well signed and on the right (north) side of the road.
There are 20K of well-groomed classic trails along the scenic creek and through hilly terrain, with shorter and longer loop options. Easy and intermediate alternatives.
No dogs allowed on the trails.
MEMBERSHIPS forms available in clubhouse
Season Membership – Individual ($35) and Family memberships ($70) .
Daily trail fees: $5 per person
Ski equipment rentals available in clubhouse: $5 per pair per person
Donations always accepted in fee box in clubhouse or mail to PCSC Box 50 Roseisle MB R0G1V0 or etransfer to email@example.com.
For info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or Danielle D 204-828-3232 or 204-799-3014 .
Trails were re-groomed early Saturday morning Jan 8th.
Came back today for another Birchkin Pumpski — this time with my partner in tow. Started at the Pumpkin Creek end, just to mix things up.
Both halves had been regroomed this morning after the fresh snow, hooray, so conditions were much the same as yesterday… except warmer! Only a very few spots with drifting, and these were well-skied. Most of…[Read more]
From Danielle Dumesnil on Thursday evening:
From our groomer – today Jan 6 – All trails packed and groomed except Club Trail, which is packed.
Tuesday Dec 28 – It may be cold but hearts are warm at Pumpkin Creek.
Don packed & groomed the whole trail system this afternoon except for Club Trail is packed only. He said trails are in beautiful condition.
Jason cleared the parking lot of snow. Rental equipment in Clubhouse.
An extra layer can go a long way!!!
Happy Holiday Season!
Don groomed the trail system today Thursday Dec 23 for the holiday weekend!
Rental equipment is in clubhouse.
Covid protocols in place.
Be good to yourself, to each other and to Pumpkin Creek!
On Sunday there were high winds and blowing snow in Winnipeg, but in the valley at Pumpkin Creek, the conditions were ideal. The wind was minimal, the snow was good and the trails were sheltered and in very good condition. We skied the Blue Moon in the morning and the other trails in the afternoon. Well worth the trip.
Should have posted this earlier but went here on Wednesday to find the trails to be in near perfection (excellent) shape. I found only one small rock in the right track on the way out on the Blue Moon trail and also 2 small ice flows on the return of this same trail. The Club trail was also groomed.
The whole trail system was groomed today except for the CLUB Trail .
Don our favourite groomer said trails looked great with the new snow that fell yesterday Sunday.
Pumpkin Creek has really done the best they can with limited snow, and we had a good ski there this afternoon. Tracks were hard and a bit shallow, and there has been lots of animal traffic, but they’re fairly continuous except in a few very open areas. Most trails within the valley are groomed. The Club Trail is not groomed, nor are the farthest s…[Read more]
Skied Blue Moon yesterday and Stroll today. Tracks were good (a little blown in by the Brickyard as expected in the open). So great to be skiing in November! Big thanks to Groomers & Volunteers for getting the trails ready for the season!
After skiing at La Perdrix, we took a cruise past Pumpkin Creek to scope out the scene. They are not yet open and the gate is closed… but signs are up, the parking lot has been plowed, and it looked as though folks were out packing. Seems like they should be ready soon!