Turtle Mountain Provincial Park has 41K of trails that are groomed for classic.
The rustic James Lake cabin (pictured above), 6.5 km from the Adam Lake trailhead, sleeps ~12 people, is free to stay in but must be booked with the Boissevain District Office 204-534-2028.
The local ski community has an excellent relationship with the Turtle Mountain Park staff . The trails are consistently well groomed.
Trail Conditions reported by Manitoba Parks.
See below for reports submitted by skiers.
Skied all the Turtle Mountain trails over Jan 4th and 5th, staying at the James Lake cabin overnight. The trails are beautifully groomed, though an unexpected jog or two made by the groomer on big hills keeps you on your toes. Lots of snow and it was extremely fast on the Friday. Still quick but crisping up by Saturday. The John Lake trail and the…[Read more]
From Esther MacKinlay:
We skied from the main trail head at the skating rinks along the Mary Lake, Dunseith, James Lake, Vista and Adam lake trails. Beautiful classic ski in +2°C on skin skis. Lots of snow, rolling hills and great lake scenery. Most of the trails had recently been groomed with the exception of the Adam Lake trail which was a…[Read more]