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The breathtaking views of the Beaver Valley, along with an abundant snowfall make this area perfect for cross-country skiing. Enjoy one of many trail systems throughout the County of Grey!

GREY COUNTY FORESTS MAINTAINED DURING WINTER

  1. Camp Oliver – Grey County Forest 21
  2. Camp Oliver Egremont – Grey County Forest 12
  3. Camp Oliver Glenelg – Grey County Forest 17
  4. Chatsworth Property – Grey County Forest 45
  5. Derby Tract – Grey County Forest 10
  6. Dornoch Property – Grey County Forest 20
  7. Glenelg Klondike Property – Grey County Forest 24
  8. Grey Main – Grey County Forest 19
  9. Harkaway Property – Grey County Forest 16
  10. Holland Centre Property – Grey County Forest 26
  11. Kolapore Property – Grey County Forest 9
  12. Lily Oak Property – Grey County Forest 29
  13. Mountain Lake Property – Grey County Forest 36
  14. Normanby Tract – Grey County Forest 37
  15. Quarry Property – Grey County Forest 35
  16. Rocklyn Property – Grey County Forest 14
  17. The Fish Hatchery Property – Grey County Forest 41
  18. Taylor Road Property – Grey County Forest 28
  19. The Massie Property – Grey County Forest 44
  20. The Rocky Saugeen Property – Grey County Forest 23
  21. The Wickens Property – Grey County Forest 39

All maps are taken from the Grey County website at: http://www.grey.ca/services/forests-trails/?activity=7234

Nordic Centre-Scenic Caves

22 kms of groomed trails for cross country skiing and snowshoeing.

www.sceniccaves.com

Massie Hills Ski Trail

10 kms of groomed trails maintained by the Owen Sound Cross-Country Ski Club.

http://owensound.org/ski/

Glenelg Nordic Ski Trails

25 kms of regularly groomed and track set trails maintained by the Glenelg Nordic ski club. Located on Grey County Forest #24 and neighbouring properties.

www.glenelgnordicskiclub.org

The Kolapore Uplands Wilderness Ski Trails

60 kms of trails groomed by the first skiers of the day only. http://www.kolaporetrails.org/

The Loree Forest

4.4 km loop with terrain that is perfect for beginners and moderate skiers. Parking is located east of Victoria Corners on Sideroad 21.

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