Check The Snow Reports!

The weather has varied this season and trail conditions have varied along with it. Before visiting the trails, please check the most recent Snow Report in the right sidebar of this webpage for updates. (Scroll down on mobile to see sidebar content.)

Are you on Twitter? Follow @MonoNordic for trail condition updates!

Our Moonlight Ski Has Been Rescheduled for February 7th!

Let’s do a snow dance and “get out and play!” On February 7th, Ski at your leisure under the full moon and trail lights and/or take part in the “Pass the Torch” ceremony starting at 7:15 outside the lower pavilion. There will be cider, marshmallows, and M&M treats at the fire pit as well as coffee, tea, and treats in the pavilion. More information about this event is available here.

Time: 6:00 – 9:00pm
Venue: Lower Monora Park Pavilion
RSVP here to help with our planning


2019/2020 Online Registration

Registration for 2019/2020 Mono Nordic Ski Club membership is available through Zone4. More details on the Registration page and at the top of the web form.

Mono Nordic On The Front Page!

If you didn’t have a chance to see the Orangeville Citizen this week, you can read the story here. Thanks to all the volunteers who made this event a success!

We Now Accept Credit and Debit Cards At The Pavilion!

Mono Nordic Ski club now accepts all major credit and debit cards when the Pavilion is open. Cash and cheques will be accepted, but we strongly favour debit.

When the trails are open and the pavilion is closed (i.e. midweek or evenings), you may ski with an active membership or a Day Pass purchased from one of the self-serve kiosks located outside the lower pavilion entrance and at the lower parking lot trail entrance.

Previous Events

Last season’s weather was definitely up and down, but the Mono Nordic Invitational, Family Ski Day, and Annual Ladies Day were all successful again in 2019! Thank you to the many volunteers and coaches who worked hard to make it so, from event planning to grooming and more!

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