Ski a 9.6 kilometre groomed trail network running through the forested, rolling hills of Grey County between Owen Sound and Meaford. Enjoy the solitude and beauty of a back-country ski with the added bonus of track-set grooming for classic cross country skiing (with two sets of tracks in many areas).

You’ll find a mix of trails from easy to intermediate, and while Massie Hills has its share of hills, including some steep sections, there’s nothing too extreme or too long.

The Owen Sound Cross Country Ski Club maintains the trails on Grey Sauble Conservation property, and our dedicated groomers head out early in the morning at least twice a week – with an additional second weekend groom when Mother Nature has been extra generous.

The varied terrain and mix of cedar, pine and hardwood bush makes the area excellent for snowshoeing treks – enjoyed best when you venture into the virgin snow well off to the side of the tracks. (Please be very mindful of the tracks.)

You’ll find donation boxes for day passes at either trail entrance, but we’d love to have you join us as members – ski all winter and support the maintenance of the trails by our hard-working volunteers.

Beginning in the 2020-2021 season, day-users will be able to pay by cash at either end of the trail or by e-transfer at massie.skiclub@gmail.com

Please help preserve the hard work of our groomers. No snowshoeing, animals, or walking on the track-set ski trails.

March Break skiing!

Just enough new snow for Gary to set a track. It’s beautiful out here in the woods! Should be great skiing the next few days 

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Spring Conditions

Gary touched up the trail this morning and reports good spring conditions. Which means it will be slow in the sun, but it will give you more time to enjoy the beauty of Massie Hills, or the companionship of your ski friends. Tomorrow will be icy, so get out there today.

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Trails

Gary out today and tracks are in good condition, down hills are slow even this old guy came down them all.

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March is the the new January

It looks like we will have more skiing in March than we did in January. Don't put away those skis yet. Paul was out early this morning getting the trails ready. It will be another weekend of good spring skiing!

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