Regina, Saskatchewan & Manitoba Ski Hills information, listings and links



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Saskatchewan Ski Hills

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Duck Mountain, Kamsack Saskatchewan
Box 1673, Kamsack, SK, S0A 1S0
306-542-3181 Fax: 306-542-4111
near the Manitoba boundary on Highway 57 in Duck Mountain Provincial Park, about an hour NE of Yorkton and 3-4 hours from Regina and Saskatoon
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vertical/longest run

100 m (330 ft)/1524 m (5000 ft)

#lifts/capacity

3 / 1500 per hr

Lift Tickets

$29 adult
$24 student
$18 children (15 & under) (2012)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

25/50/25/*

average snowfall

100cm with %100 natural snow

season

mid-December to mid-March

Accommodation

Kamsack, Yorkton. Closest: Northern Lights and Duck Mountain Lodge

Comments

21 run ski area with 3 lifts and a terrain park 100% natural snow with an average snow fall of 3 feet. just 3 hours from Regina the ski hill offers a full cafeteria and a licensed lounge, lounge hours are from 1pm to 2am Wed. to Sun.



Kinsmen Ski Center
Prince Albert, SK
Hwy 2 N & Highway 55, Prince Albert, SK
located in Little Red River Park, just north of Prince Albert
Phone: (306) 763-5454
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vertical/longest run

28 m / 150m

#lifts/capacity

3/ 2,000

Lift Tickets

$10 lift ticket *(2012)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

60/40/0/0

average snowfall

130 cm

season

early-December to late-March

Accommodation

Broadview, Whitewood

Comments

For winter activities, this beautiful City of Prince Albert park is used during the winter for hiking, snowshoeing and viewing the natural scenery of this spectacular area.



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Mission Ridge Winter Park,
Fort Qu'Appelle, Saskatchewan
east on the Trans-Canada (#1), at Balgonie turn north-east on Highway 10, drive past Fort Qu'Appelle
(306) 332-5479 or 1-800-550-6857
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vertical/longest run

89 m (292 ft) / 792 m (2,600 ft)

#lifts/capacity

5 / 2,000

Lift Tickets

Child(1-12): $ 16.00
Youth(13-16): $26.6
Adult(17+): $32.38 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

50/30/20/0

average snowfall

80 cm

season

early-December to mid-April

Accommodation

Fort Qu'Appelle

Comments

Just 45 minutes from Regina. The ski hill features nine runs including one over half a mile in length. It also has a Terrain Park, two Bunny Hills and Snowboard 1/2 Pipe. The hill is serviced by two T-bar lifts and two handle tows, as well as an excellent Day Lodge. Night skiing from Tuesday to Friday.



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Table Mountain Regional Park, North Battleford, SK
P.O. Box 343, N. Battleford, SK S9A 2Y3
located 16 kms. west of Battleford, turn south at Delmas for 14.5 km
Phone: 306-937-2920, Fax: 306-937-3688

vertical/longest run

(360 ft

#lifts/capacity

3 lifts

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-10): $ 15
Youth(11-15): $ 25
Adult(16-64): $32
Senior(65+): $ 25 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

50%/40%/10%/0%

average snowfall

76 cm + snowmaking

season

early-December to late-March

Accommodation

North Battleford

Comments

Table mountain's 2000' quad chair will smoothly lift you to the top, where you can navigate the terrain park or carve a path down the mountain on 100% man-made snow covered runs. Also, magic carpet lift, a tubing park, licensed lounge, rental area, cafeteria.



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Wapiti Valley Ski Area, Melfort, SK
P.O. Box 181, Gronlid, SK, S0E 0W0
47 km / 29 mi north of the City of Melfort
Telephone: (306) 862-5621 Fax: (306) 862-2828
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vertical/longest run

300ft (90m) / 3900 ft (1200m)

#lifts/capacity

1 quad chair, 1 rope tow, 1 magic carpet

Lift Tickets

Child(6-12): $ 23
Youth(13-18): $ 26
Adult(19-64): $29 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

60/30/10

average snowfall

76 cm

season

mid-December to mid-March

Accommodation

Gronlid, Mefort

Comments

Recently expanded 4000 sq ft chalet, and newly added quad chair up the mountian and a magic carpet for beginners have expanded capacity to 1800 skiers per hour.




Manitoba Ski Hills

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Asessippi Winter Park, Russell, MB
Box 70, Inglis Manitoba, R0J 0X0
From #16 at Russell, take#83 to Asessepi Park, West on #482 for 1 mile.
204-564-2000
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vertical/longest run

122 m/ 701 m

#lifts/capacity

2/ na

Lift Tickets

Child(6-12): $ 38.25
Youth(13-18): $ 42.50
Adult(19-64): $50 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

33/33/33

average snowfall

season

mid-December to mid-March

Accommodation

Russell, Roblin

Comments

This resort is Manitoba's most westernly ski resort, just north of the Yellowhead Highway (#16), before it enters Saskatchewan. 21 Downhill runs - beginner to expert served by One quad & one triple chair lift. Night skiing & snowmaking. Snow tubing runs



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Falcon Ridge Ski Area & Recreation Centre, Whiteshell Prov. Park, Falcon Lake, MB
South Shore Rd, Falcon Beach, MB, R0E 0N0
200 km (120 mi) east of Winnipeg off Hwy #1
204 349-8935
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vertical/longest run

46 m / 366 m

#lifts/capacity

3/ 1,500

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 16.00
Youth(13-18): $ 21.00
Adult(19-64): $25.00
Senior(65+): $ 21.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

60/40/0/0

average snowfall

127 cm

season

mid-December to mid-March

Accommodation

Falcon Lake

Comments

Falcon Ridge Ski Area offers one of the finest alpine and cross-country ski centers in Manitoba. T-bars and rope tows whisk skiers to the top of a variety of lush, pine flaked slopes. There is a snowboard park, with 2 tabletops, quarter pipe and a hip and fun box. Also a tubing hill.



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Holiday Mountain, La Riviere, MB
from Winnipeg, SW 90 miles (145 kms) via Highway No. 3.
La Riviere, MB, R0G 1A0
204 242-2172
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vertical/longest run

91 m / 792 m

#lifts/capacity

4/5,000

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 25.00
Youth(13-18): $ 34.00
Adult(19-64): $40.00
Senior(65+): $ 36.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

50/30/10/10

average snowfall

127 cm

season

early-December to early-April

Accommodation

La Reviere

Comments

With 2 chairlifts, 1 T-bar, and a Wonder Carpet Beginner Lift, our uphill capacity is 5000 people per hour. Night Skiing and Snowboarding under floodlights on Wednesday,Fridays from 9am 9pm. Saturdays from 7:00 - 10:30



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Minnedosa Ski Valley, Minnedosa, MB
SW 34-15-18W, Minnedosa, MB R0J 1E0
7km north of Minnedosa, on Highway #10
(204) 867-3509 fax: (204) 867-5323
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vertical/longest run

75 m. (248 ft) / 548 m (1800 ft)

#lifts/capacity

2/--

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 32.00
Adult(19-64): $34.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

33%/44%/23%

average snowfall

127 cm

season

early-December to late March

Accommodation

La Reviere

Comments

Chairlift, rope tow, and nine distinctive & exciting runs are all great reasons to try downhill skiing at Minnedosa's Ski Valley. Ccross-country skiers, snow-shoers, and snowmobilers are welcome to enjoy the winter wilderness of Minnedosa Ski Valley.



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Mystery Mountain, Thompson, MB
20 km. north of Thompson Manitoba, R8N 0A1

204 778-8624
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vertical/longest run

76 m / 640 m

#lifts/capacity

4/ 2,400

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 15.00
Youth(13-18): $ 25.00
Adult(19-64): $35.00
Senior(65+): $ 25.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

17/50/33

average snowfall

191 cm

season

late-November to early-April

Accommodation

Thompson

Comments

This is Manitoba's most northerly ski resort. A T-bar, 2 Poma lifts and a rope tow service 18 downhill runs that range from gentle beginner slopes to steep mogul fields and advanced tree skiing. A 300 foot half-pipe challenges all boarders. Over 20 km of cross country trials.



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Spring Hill Winter Sports Park, Winnipeg, MB
11 km north on Highway 59 at the Floodway (at Oasis Rd.)
Group 612, Box 31, S.S.#6, Winnipeg, Manitoba, R2C 2Z3
(204) 224-3051 fax: (204)224-5956 More Info...

vertical/longest run

110 ft (33 m) / n/a

#lifts/capacity

2/ n/a

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 22.00
Adult(19-64): $32.00
Senior(65+): $ 22.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

100%

average snowfall

191 cm

season

late-November to early-April

Accommodation

city

Comments

Springhill Winter Park features day and night skiing, where an ambitious outdoor buff can downhill ski, snowboard, cross-country ski, toboggan, and ice skate all in the same day! Rope tow and quad chair lift. 100% snowmaking capability and daily grooming



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Stony Mountain Ski Area, Stony Mountain, MB
Box 590, Stony Mountain, MB R0C 3A0
9.6 km/6 mi. north of Winnipeg on Hwy # 7
204 344-5977
Trail Map More Info...

vertical/longest run

33 m / 200 m

#lifts/capacity

2/ na

Lift Tickets

"Child(6-12): $ 25.00
Youth(13-18): $ 27.00
Adult(19-64): $27.00
Senior(65+): $ 27.00 (2014)

terrain
(N/I/A/E)

40/40/20

average snowfall

100 cm

season

early-December to middle-April

Accommodation

Winnipeg

Comments

This resort specializes in making snowboarders happy (skiers most welcome, too), and has full snowmaking on all runs. We are 100 feet vertical and have 6 runs serviced by 2 lifts one handle tow and one rope tow. Nightskiing is offered on Thursday & Friday evenings.





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