Nakkertok Nordic (South)
Good classic conditions on the Nakkertrak this morning. Tracking was mid depth with a fresh coating of overnight snow. Hard to say if the grooming was fresh as the tracking and skate lanes were well used. Blue extra gave perfect grip in the -3 temperatures.
Fresh grooming this morning for classic and skate. Leveling out the snow piles on Adi's Way, just need a bit more snowmaking temperatures to fill in Peri's Way and complete the west loop. Family Friendly skiing today 1:30-3:30, open until 6.
Fresh grooming this morning, 1.5k+. The Nakkertrak open at noon for "family-friendly", no fast skiing, until 2pm, open skiing until 7pm.
More info at nakkertok.ca
Fresh grooming, classic tracked. The upper Jackrabbit turnoff has been added, extensions onto the Plateau will be completed today.
A great day for a ski, open to the public until 6. More info: https://nakkertok.ca/early-ski-loop/?lang=en
Updates on our Nordic Pulse site: https://nordic-pulse.com/ski-areas/CA/QC/Nakkertok-Nordique
Good skiing on the Nakkertrak. 1.5k+ PB groomed, with classic track. Jackrabbit Hill loop now open. Family Ski (no fast skiing) noon to 2, open skiing 2-7. Info @ nakkertok.ca
Nakkertok has a network of about 75km of skating, classical and backcountry trails at two locations just north of Ottawa in the Gatineau Hills.
Nakkertok South is the main attraction offering groomed skating and classic skiing, chalets, races and children's programming. There are lit trails for night skiing. Club membership, or a day-use fee required for skiing. Located 15 minutes from downtown Ottawa in Cantley, Quebec, Nakkertok South has a heated ski chalet with benches and tables, and places to store your gear. It's a great place to change your boots, warm-up, and socialize to meet other master skiers or club members. The trails at South are groomed for skating and classic skiing with a state-of-the-art Pisten Bully groomer. Two loops are lit at night. The trails at South form more or less a grid, extending for about 4 km north into the bush and slightly higher country. These offer enjoyable skiing, and are suitable for beginners, with the exception of a few short stretches.
Nakkertok North trails are quite demanding, and only occasionally groomed (Fridays). They offer a refreshing backcountry wilderness experience for those with good skiing skills. The trails at Nakkertok North are almost always quiet. The annual Nakkerloppet event in February is a great opportunity to discover these trails by making the North to South crossing.