Buy your trail pass online and complete your screening before visiting Kawartha Nordic:
Please review Important Covid Information and our grooming report. Enjoy your ski!
2022 Kawartha Nordic Club Race Series 1
This event is meant to be a fun introductory race experience for skiers of all ages and abilities.
Due to COVID-19 concerns, this race is open to Kawartha Nordic members only.
Please note that most trails will be open for public skiing during the race. If you encounter a racer please yield to the side! Thank you
Registration is now open on Zone4.
All Kawartha Nordic members can access one free trail pass at Haliburton Nordic. Members from Haliburton Nordic have the same reciprocal benefit at Kawartha Nordic. This exchange program is intended to enhance cooperation and awareness between our two regional clubs. Since Haliburton Nordic operates self-serve kiosks at each of their 3 trail systems, please write "KNSC + your name and Member ID" on the self serve registration slip. Enjoy!
This page contains important information on our plans and protocols for operating under the COVID-19 Pandemic. We will be updating this page with new information as it becomes available so please check back each time you visit to ensure we keep everyone safe.
Kawartha Nordic has been working with Peterborough Public Health and Cross Country Ski Ontario to design plans and protocols that meet or exceed Local, Provincial, or National standards.
Our main objectives will be to:
- Avoid the 3 C’s: Closed-spaces, Crowds, Contact
- Promote the 3 W’s: Wash frequently, Wear a mask, Widely space
- Follow all XCSO & Public Health Guidelines plus Provincial & Federal Directives
- Communicate and Document
Preparing for your Visit to Kawartha Nordic
Bring a Face Mask! a face mask is recommended within the washroom building, the Woodfine Chalet, in queue at the rental shop, and when participating in programs when not physically distant from coaches or other skiers.
Trail Passes: on the same day you plan to visit, please purchase your trail pass online before visiting Kawartha Nordic. If you wish to pay by cash, please use the self-serve kiosk at the trail-head (exact change only). Once you've purchased your trail pass online please keep a paper or electronic receipt with you as your trail pass - you do not need to obtain a trail pass when you arrive at Kawartha Nordic.
Rentals: please download, complete, and print the rental form and bring it with you to the rental shop at Kawartha Nordic. There will be no entry to the rental shop this year. Pay for your rentals through the window and return your rentals to the wax room.
Chalet: Please note the chalet, trail-side cabins and wax room are open this year.
Our Plan for KN Programs
All participants, students, athletes, coaches, and leaders for any Kawartha Nordic ski program, including Youth Programs (Bunnyrabbits, Jackrabbits & Track Attack), the Racing Team (Racing Rabbits, U12/U14/U16/U18/U20/U23), and Private, Semi-Private & Group Ski Lessons, are required to know and follow the expectations layed out in the Kawartha Nordic Safe Return-to-Sport Plan (to be updated for 22-23 season).
- Children in youth programs should bring their own water and snacks, spare mitts, and equipment as required
- Masks are recommended when joining the program and when physical distancing cannot be maintained
Our Plan for Skiing & Snowshoeing
Details on our plans for helping members and day users stay safe while visiting the club for personal skiing and snowshoeing are layed out in the Return-to-Skiing for Facilities Plan (Revised October 17, 2022)
- 7 Nov 2022 — Kawartha Nordic COVID-19 Vaccination and Testing Policy revisions approved (applies to staff only)
If visitors are travelling to Kawartha Nordic from outside the region, they are asked to respect the current public health advice regarding inter-regional travel. Refer to the Government of Ontario response framework and your local public health agency. Peterborough Public Health has published guidance for seasonal property owners who may frequently visit Kawartha Nordic.
Kawartha Nordic is looking for Candidates to fulfill the following roles for the 2021-2022 ski season.
Details on the positions and information regarding how to apply can be found in the following job notice.
The Annual General Meeting of the members of the KAWARTHA NORDIC SKI CLUB, INCORPORATED will be held on Monday November 8, 2021 from 7:00 pm to 8:00 pm. In addition to the electing our directors and receiving the annual and financial report, come on out to hear about the modifications to our programs and services this year.
Nominations for Directors may be made in writing and filed with the Secretary seven (7) days prior to the Annual General Meeting. All members in good standing, 16 years or over, are eligible to vote. Nominations may be sent to Kawartha Nordic Ski Club Inc., PO Box 1371, Peterborough ON, K9J 7H6 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Official AGM notice
- Minutes of last year's AGM on November 9, 2020
- KNSC Bylaws (current)
- Proposed KNSC Bylaws (to conform to the recently proclaimed Not for Profit Corporations Act)
- Agenda and Proposed Resolutions
- Financial Report for the year ending June 30, 2021
Location: (details emailed to eligible members)
Date: Monday, November 8, 2021
- October 16 and 17 - cancelled due to heavy rain forecast
- October 23 and 24
- October 30 - cancelled due to rain forecast
- October 31
Firewood cutting, chopping splitting, and disbursement
Clearing the trails of debris and dead fall and trimming back.
Cleaning up growth around the trailers, lodge, stadium, and surrounding area
Disbursement of picnic tables
Relocation of asphalt
- February 5th sessions moved to the afternoon due to cold temperatures. Group 1 will be 12:00 pm to 1:30pm and Group 2 will be 2:00 pm tp 3:30 pm
- January 29th session is moved to January 30th due to cold temperatures. Please check your email for details and start times.
- January 15th session is moved to January 16th due to cold temperatures. Please check your email for details.
Youth Programs including Bunnyrabbits, Jackrabbits, Racing Rabbits, and Track Attack focus on skills and fun! For children from age 4 to 12, these programs are scheduled for 8 weeks in January and February 2022 on Saturdays (January 8, 15, 22, 29 and February 5, 12, 19, 26)
Again this year: to reduce crowding, morning (10am to noon) and afternoon (1-3pm) sessions will be offered for Bunnyrabbits, Jackrabbits and Track Attack. The Racing Rabbits program will run only in the afternoon (1-3pm) as well as Wednesday evenings.
The main focus of all our youth lessons is fun on the snow. Within each program we aim to address the needs of beginner and experienced skiers, sometimes in separate groups.
For more information check out our programs online or take a look at our Youth Program Handbook.
Be sure to review the Covid-19 protocols for this ski season in the Return-to-Sport plan before you register and before each session.