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.
Season Membership – Individual ($35) and Family memberships ($70) includes free use of ski equipment in Clubhouse.
Daily trail fees: $5 per person
Daily ski rental equipment: $5 per person.
Donations always accepted at the clubhouse.
For info, contact firstname.lastname@example.org or call Danielle C 204-750-0256 or Danielle D 204-828-3232. Check out our Facebook page for updates.
RENTAL SKIS: 35 pairs of waxless skis 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.
Free for members. $40 for non-members. More info to come!
Email email@example.com to inquire.
Pumpkin Creek trail system is now closed for the season. The creek now flows thru the valley as all the crossings. Thanks to all skiers, volunteers and groomers. Thanks to the landowners who allow us access in the wintertime! See you all next year! Stay safe everyone!
PCSC Trails system temporarily closed.
We did not get the snow this week. The trail system went thru a melt on Wednesday and then freeze up on Thurs and today. The trails are rock hard icy and then have grassy patches. Not good, not safe. Sorry all, last thing we need is Pumpkin Creek trails to be closed as well but it is truly…[Read more]
It is beautiful weather that is for sure. There is still snow and the trails in the woods are decent. There are icy and grassy patches but for the most part, there is still some skiing fun to be had.
We will not be grooming unless we get fresh snow so let’s preserve the tracks best we can. If you take your skis off in some areas due to g…[Read more]
From Danielle Dumesnil on Saturday:
Saturday Jan 18 – 6 inches have fallen in the valley. Once the snowing and blowing is over, we will look at grooming tomorrow Sunday and will keep you posted about road & parking lot conditions. No one venturing in the valley today.
From Danielle Dumesnil on Friday afternoon:
Blue Moon to Leary’s, Stroll, Club Trail and Easy Street were groomed Jan 15.
Roger’s Pass and rest of Blue Moon was groomed today Jan 17.
There is snow in the forecast but like Don said, after that snow comes, we will groom again!
Have a great weekend everyone!
Conditions were GREAT at Pumpkin Creek yesterday: beautifully groomed fresh snow with nice deep tracks. The longer trails in both directions were perfect, and we were the first to take advantage of these. A very few spots on the shorter trails could use a bit more snow (getting on and off bridges, etc) but overall very good on these too. We were…[Read more]
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