- April 24th 2020 UPDATE: Grooming has ceased so Summer day passes are now available for all pedestrian and biking activities! See above. Summer memberships coming soon on Zone4. SEE THE AHS GUIDELINES ON OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES
- Thursday, March 25, 2020: View our COVID-19 Update here
- Tuesday, March 17th 2020: Due to the declaration of a State of Public Health Emergency in Alberta that references public access to recreational facilities, the WNSC Executive has decided to the close the Steve Cooper lodge until further notice to dissuade public gatherings. We hope that you will understand this decision, and as a Board we are committed to keeping members informed as this situation evolves. For the latest AHS updates, see: coronavirus-info-for-albertans.aspx
Multi-Use Trail System
The Multi-Use Trail System was added November 2018 for snowshoers, back country skiers and fat biking and provide s unique experience for non nordic users to enjoy the outdoors during the winter months. Trail head signs have been posted, the mapping (on Trailforks) is up to date, and new trail navigation markers are in place. See the new North multi use trail map and South multi use trail map. Dogs are permitted on the NORTH multi use trails if accompanying snowshoers, back county skiers or fat bikes - sorry no pedestrian users during the winter. See our Fat Bike page for further information.
Report a problem:
If you experience a blockage on the trail, please email us and provide specific information (trail name, location, etc) where possible
- Complete trail system - Summer & Winter versions
- 5km Route
- Biking trail map
- Multi Use Trail Map - North (dog friendly)
- Multi Use Trail Map - South (sorry, no dogs)
Please review here before using our trail network
See our Mountain Bike page for additional info on trail maps and elevation profiles recorded by local trail enthusiasts!Saturdaw
Inclement Weather: Please check on Facebook if there is inclement weather. The lodge is generally closed early if the roads are bad due to freezing rain or heavy rain. Each program informs the participants what their cut off temperature is. For example the Chicks program uses a cut off of -25 C. On evenings that the temperature is -30 by 5 pm the lodge is closed early. These guidelines have been developed based on the number of skiers that come out, and to ensure the safety of WNSC staff and volunteers. As always the trails are open 24/7.