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 2.5 km to the Pumpkin Creek trailhead / parking lot that is well signed and on the right (north) side of the road.
There is a lovely shelter building with outhouse facilities near the trailhead where you can stash your gear, eat your lunch, and warm up with a wood stove.
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.
Daily trail fees: $5 per person or $10 per family and/or donations are accepted at the clubhouse.
Individual ($35) and Family memberships ($60) also available. For info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Danielle C 204-825-4245 or Danielle D 204-828-3232.
RENTAL SKIS: 30 new pairs of skis (26 waxless & 4 waxable) w/ 40 pairs of boots w/ children, women and men’s sizes avail for $5 per use for non-members. Free usage of equipment for members. First-come-first-serve basis.
Details to come with available snow.
Free for members. $40 for non-members.
Email email@example.com to register.
Monday January 7th, 2019
Thanks to Glen who packed the whole trail system and to Don who groomed it all!
Please be mindful of possible icy conditions at the creek crossing from Stroll to Roger’s Pass and the Blue Moon springs behind McNair’s.
Thanks to all who continue to take great care of the ski equipment and the clubhouse so all can enjoy!
Don groomed the whole trail system today Saturday Dec 22, 2018 from 5pm to 8pm. We’ve had approx 6 inches of the white stuff! But it is still snowing buckets here tonight !
The valley road has not been ploughed but I will drive out in the morning. Parking lot as well not ploughed yet. A few challenges…
The fallen snow is beautiful! The t…[Read more]
From Danielle Dumesnil on December 8:
Happy 2018-2019 season!
Pumpkin Creek not quite ready to ski yet. Volunteers have packed the whole trail system and one more snowfall should do it! Thanks to all who have come out and helped this fall to work on upgrading creek crossings to make them safer and install our new aluminum mobile crossing at the…[Read more]
7 Charleswood Ski Club members attended the Pumpkin Creek Mystery Tour on Sunday Feb 25. As in past years for this event, the trails were perfectly groomed and there was fantastic vibe in and around the clubhouse. Our vegetarian lasagne lunch was fantastic. Bonus: -5° to -1° and sunny … but with this week’s forecast mild temperatures and s…[Read more]
The whole trail system was groomed today!
Thanks to all who built the Blue Moon Shorty Creek Crossing today because I didn’t get there so even more grateful to all who did !
Have a great weekend everyone!
From Danielle Dumesnil:
Due to a lack of sufficient snow on the trails to safely host the Mystery Tour on Sunday Feb 4th, 2018, the event will be postponed till we get a good snowfall.
We shall keep you posted on a new date as we encourage mother nature to join the snow dance movement!
danielle dumesnil, danielle cabernel & murray…[Read more]
From PCSC Executive – Trails closed for season
Time to say “see you next year”!
The Club Trail bridge was disassembled today, thanks to the volunteer crew for getting ‘er done.
On Wednesday, the trail head bridge will be coming out as the creek flows!
Thanks to all for taking such good care of the trails, the clubhouse, the ski equipment & each…[Read more]
From danielle dumesnil – Feb 24
Did some tests today & renovated the grid on the hill by the clubhouse w/ Baby Moon several (6) times before resetting them. They turned out not too shabby.
We are going to wait for some forecasted snow and then work at renovating and resetting more of the trails next week.
A gentleman skied Blue Moon to…[Read more]
From danielle dumesnil – Feb 21
Strange weather… Some folks were out this past weekend…The parking lot is very mushy but skiers parked on the road which was ploughed very wide on Friday …
This morning Tuesday Feb 21 we had rain but it has stopped now ….
There is still good snow out here so hopefully the weather will stabilize and we will…[Read more]
Thanks for coming out to the Mystery Tour!
It’s the people that make an event successful so thank you! …from the planning, the volunteering, the grooming, the skiing/snowshoeing, the food, the prizes, the good conversations & the fudge! 117 registered skiers graced PCSC trails today. Appreciate your support and hope you enjoyed your day at P…[Read more]
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