Omineca Ski Club

Season: Winter | Activity: Fat Biking, Skiing, Snowshoeing

Discover the Beauty of Omineca Ski Club
Founded in 1927 by Scandinavian settlers, the Omineca Ski Club is one of Canada’s oldest ski clubs. Located just south of Burns Lake on Highway 35, this breathtaking expanse of groomed trails is easily accessible with a marked entrance.
At night, skiers can enjoy the three km lighted trail, making it an ideal spot for night skiing. The star attraction is Aidan’s Dog Trail, which is a four km loop where skiers and dogs can move together in a magical winter wonderland. Additionally, the world-class biathlon range is a great place to refine your skills.
If skiing isn’t your thing, you can still enjoy the great outdoors by snowshoeing on any of the groomed trails or by taking a snowshoe-specific single-track trail that winds through the forest and back out onto the ski routes. During the rest of the year, the trails are perfect for horseback riding, mountain biking, hiking, berry picking, or wildlife watching.
Whether you’re a seasoned Olympic veteran or a complete novice, Omineca Ski Club has something great to offer.



3242 Ski Club Rd, Burns Lake, BC, Canada

Trail Details

Difficulty: Easy to Moderate

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