Cross Country Ski Trails
Trail Conditions — Closed for the Season. Check back after it snows.
Enjoy “The Haven” year-round with our groomed cross country ski trails. Trails are routinely groomed for traditional and skate style skiing. Snowshoe trekkers are welcome to follow beside the groomed trails for their recreational pleasure. Responsible pet owners may include their furry friends in their adventure but are reminded to keep our white snow clean!
Old Farm Trail (Beginner) 1.2 mi. Taking you across the frozen waterfalls and through the matured spruces of the Front 9. This trail provides beginning and all levels of skiers and snowshoers a chance to experience the beauty of winter recreation at the Haven. Marked with Blue lettered signs.
Old Farm Trail (Intermediate) 2.1 mi. The traditional route and then some! This trail has been rerouted to incorporate areas of the Haven that have never been seen during the winter. Glide or trek into the serenity of the Back 9 and loop through the Practice Facility where you may choose to continue this trail or join the Hills and Woods Trail. The remainder brings you through the “Old Farm” and finishes with the Beginner trail. Marked with Blue lettered signs.
Hills and Woods Trail (Expert) 2.25 mi. This serene trail brings out the best the Haven has to offer for natural beauty! Enjoy the ice-laden waterfalls and the peaceful Back 9 with wooded terrain that cloaks the limestone outcroppings of the Niagra Escarpment. The trail adjoins the Old Farm Intermediate route in the Practice facility where you may join to miss the “Expert” section. The Expert level is derived from the slopes in and out of the woods that do require skill on skiis. Marked with Green lettered signs.
In an effort to keep our trails maintained to your desire and safe for your winter recreational pleasure a small fee is charged for adults.
Kids (15 and under) Ski FREE! With accompanying paid adult.
Snowshoe equipment available for rental: Weekday: $5 per pair 2-day Weekend: $10 per pair & $20 refundable deposit.
For the 2016 trail map click here