Place Title: Dixonville Community Forest TrailCategory: Circle Tour, County of Northern Lights, Outdoors, Trails, and Winter ActivitiesTags: Circle Tour and Northern Lights WinterAddress: 1 Street West, Dixonville
CanadaTelephone Number: 780-836-3348
Place Title: Manning Ski HillPlace Description:
If you’re looking for affordable winter fun that the whole family can enjoy, then you MUST experience what the Manning Ski Hill has to offer!
Special Winter Travel Offer
See the Winter 2022-23 Ski and Stay Package at the Manning Ski Hill and save!
The Manning and District Ski Club has been in operation since 1972 as a non-profit organization in the Notikewan River Valley, just east of the town of Manning. With some of the best scenery around, this hill is a favourite to many locals and out of town visitors. The hill itself has four main runs with a t-bar lift, making it easy to use for all ages. Whether you’re just started out on the slopes or are an experienced skier or snowboarder, this hill has something for everyone to enjoy.
Staying active during the winter season is important and the Manning Ski Club is committed to helping users do just that. Although they don’t offer lessons at this time, they do have a chalet with pre-packaged snacks to help visitors refuel after a long day hitting the slopes.
Hours of Operation
Relying solely on volunteers to maintain weekend operating hours, the Manning Ski Club is open throughout the winter months on Saturdays and Sundays from 11am until 4pm. Plus, with the recent installation of lights, they are now open late on Wednesdays from 6:30pm to 9:30pm for exhilarating night skiing and boarding.Category: County of Northern LightsTags: Northern Lights WinterAddress: Range Road 224
Northern Lights No. 22
CanadaEmail: email@example.comIf you’re looking for affordable winter fun that the whole family can enjoy, then you MUST experience what the Manning Ski Hill has to offer! Special Winter Travel Offer See the Winter 2022-23 Ski and Stay Package at the Manning Ski Hill and save! The Manning and District Ski Club has been in operation since 1972 as a non-profit organization Read more...
Place Title: Figure Eight LakeCategory: Accommodations, Campgrounds, Circle Tour, County of Northern Lights, and Parks & LakesAddress: Located 8 kilometers north of Grimshaw, then 20 km west on Highway 737.
MD of Peace
Telephone Number: (780) 624-6486
Place Title: Peace Valley Snow RidersPlace Description:
The Peace Valley Snow Riders are a group dedicated to helping families and friends get out of the house and enjoy the Mighty Peace this winter. Their mission is to promote responsible snowmobiling in the Peace Region and develop trails that form a network on both the east and west side of Peace River. Each trail has rest stops with fire pits, picnic tables, outhouses and firewood.
With many sights and scenery to appreciate, riding their trails is a must this winter!
Memberships & Trail Passes
Memberships and trail passes can be purchased in Peace River at Mighty Peace Powersports, Maximum Powersports and Thomas Homes & RV Center. Purchases can also be made in Hines Creek at Scanalta Sales or online at albertasnowmobile.ca
THERE ARE NOW FOUR GROOMED AND MAINTAINED TRAILS IN THE MIGHTY PEACE
Baytex Wesley Trail
This trail officially opened on March 5, 2016 in conjunction with the Club’s first Poker Rally. This 30 km trail runs in a loop to the east and north of St. Isidore and the staging area can be accessed from Township Road 842, north of St. Isidore. There is also an access point directly from St. Isidore for those in the area.
Osmand/Get Away Cabins Leddy Lake Trail
This trail opened on March 19, 2011 and is located north of Town of Peace River. It runs 40 km north from the Leddy Lake Recreation Area to the area of Driftwood Lake near Deadwood. It also crosses the beautiful Whitemud river valley. This trail also includes a small loop near the Leddy Lake Recreation Area.
Smith Mills Trail
Opening on March 11, 2017, the East End Staging Area is located to the north of Grimshaw and the West End Staging Area is located to the north of the Village of Hines Creek. This trail runs 60 kilometers north of Figure Eight Lake to just east of Stoney Lake. It includes a loop near the west end of the trail that has a magnificent view of the area. Recently there has been 20km added to this trail with community access north of Last Lake.
Canfor Hines Creek Trail
This trail opened in 2019 and joins up with the Smith Mills trail and is the only trail that is connected to a community where sledders can go for fuel, food and a sled shop for repairs. With a total of 100km, it is perfect for those who want to experience a longer ride. The scenery on this trail is diverse and amazing, and the trail itself is one of the more challenging trails.Category: Attractions, Town of Grimshaw, Village of Hines Creek, Mighty Peace Essentials, Outdoors, Parks & Lakes, Town of Peace River, M.D. of Peace, Sights & Experiences, Town of Saint Isidore, and Winter ActivitiesAddress: Leddy Lake Staging Area
CanadaTelephone Number: (780) 618-6649The Peace Valley Snow Riders are a group dedicated to helping families and friends get out of the house and enjoy the Mighty Peace this winter. Their mission is to promote responsible snowmobiling in the Peace Region and develop trails that form a network on both the east and west side of Peace River. Each trail has rest stops with Read more...
Place Title: Twin Lakes Provincial ParkCategory: Accommodations, Campgrounds, County of Northern Lights, and Parks & LakesTags: Camping Near River and Northern Lights WinterAddress: 65 kilometers north of Manning on Highway 35
CanadaTelephone Number: 780-274-0345