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Bruce Peninsula National Park

Recreation

Winter Activities

family skiing in winter Winter Fun!
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Bruce Peninsula National Parks Winter Season begins November 1, 2016 until April 30, 2017.

The change in season provides for new discovery in the park. A winter oasis awaits.

Winter Trails Condition: Unmaintained

Activities:

Winter Hiking
Cross-country skiing
Snowshoeing
Winter Camping

Parking is available at the Cyprus Lake Campground’s P2.

Emergency response is limited during winter.

Arrive prepared! Winter services are limited in Tobermory and the park.

  • Cell phone reception is not reliable.
  • Make a trip plan and share it with someone.
  • Winter activity is more strenuous and daylight hours are short. Watch your time.
  • Be alert for exhaustion and hypothermia.
  • The shoreline becomes icy, especially at the Grotto/Indian Head Cove. The ice is often covered by snow. DO NOT APPROACH THE EDGE!
  • Monitor weather closely as winter conditions and snow depths are highly variable.

Map of winter access

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Map of winter access
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