Recognized by EXPLORE MAGAZINE as one of the coolest adventures in Canada
Ron Bergin, editor of Cross Country Skier magazine: "this event is worth checking out - for it's uniqueness and challenge, the wild beauty of the region and to experience the Nordic ski enthusiasm and culture of this region"
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***A link to registration at the bottom of this page***
The Cross Quetico Lakes Tour is hosted by the Beaten Path Nordic Trails in collaboration with Ontario Parks
It is an all day ski tour on the frozen lakes and portages of pristine Quetico Provincial Park, on the Trans-Canada Trail and the Path of the Paddle
"The world class paddling destination becomes a wonderland in the winter"
Return to the roots of cross country skiing - Come ski the canoe routes of Quetico
Friday March 16th 7pm Little Falls Community Centre - safety briefing and final registrations
3/17/2018 – 3/17/2018
Admission Fee (if any)
$55 includes a light breakfast, shuttles to the trail-heads and return and a dinner/social -also included
REEL PADDLING FILM FESTIVAL!
This year we have high quality professional films hosted by Path of the Paddle for evening entertainment
For folks unable to ski that day they can still come for dinner $20 and films $12
Celebrate skiing and paddling and support the Beaten Path ski club as well as the Path of the Paddle Association. Ski the Path of the Paddle
*** REGISTRATION ***
Participation Requirements (if any)
There can be up to 3 lengths of routes 35km -60km depending on conditions. Participants must be able to ski all day over varied terrain, much of it in a non-groomed wilderness park
Participants have all day to finish
To see a clip from 2015 event check out video by Chris Evavold - Black River Photography Cross Quetico Lakes Tour 2015
Pet Friendly Notes
Pets are allowed but must be able to behave with people and other pets and physically up to the task. Pets are not allowed on the bus so for those wanting to bring their dogs they will have to find their own transportation.