The Chignecto Ski Club grooms up to 25 km of trails for skate and classic. All trails start at Chignecto South. See brief trail descriptions below map. Click here to download a pdf version of the map.
Fundy National Park is home to the Caledonia Highlands. The terrain is rolling in places with steep ascents and descents in others. All ages and levels use these trails. Go at your own pace and stay safe!
Pink (1.7 km): Shortest Trail, Begins with steep ascent, short wooded section, steep descent to finish.
Green (2.8 km): Begins with steep ascent, short wooded section, flat and fast linear section (Hastings Rd), second climb through the woods, steep descent to the finish. Clockwise loop.
Black (4.6 km): Begins like Green. Reach marked junction, turn left. Long, flat-ish, linear section (Hastings Rd), several climbs through an extended wooded section, steep descent to the finish. Clockwise loop.
Blue (6.2 km): Begins like Black. Crosses open field section. There is a shelter along this route, with picnic table. Note that the shelter does not have a wood stove. Travel back through a beautiful wooded section and meet up with the black trail to the finish. Clockwise loop.
Red (3.5 km): Steep ascent, short wooded section, turn left at the first two marked junctions, travel a short distance along Hastings Rd., travel up a second steep ascent to the radio tower. Look up for breath-taking view, as you take a long, rapid descent down the other side of the hill. Slowly climb back up to the beginning. Loop is counter-clockwise.
Yellow: Available for snowshoeing
Point Wolfe Rd: Closed, Open for snowshoeing
Chignecto North: Closed, Open for snowshoeing