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Trail Report for Saturday, March 18th: After receiving several cms of fresh snow overnight and light accumulation continuing, Alex has been busy grooming the trail core trail system which includes Cora's, Sayer Creek, Hannes', Sayer Creek, Walker, Evans and Jackrabbit. Just a reminder that Fat bikes and dogs are now welcome on the trails and we ask that everyone biking remain respectful by staying to the skate side and yielding to oncoming skiers. Most importantly... everyone have fun during the start to a beautiful Spring!!!


Skiing at Stokely

The Stokely experience is out on the trails. You will long remember the views, the challenges, and your personal accomplishments. Regularly groomed and well marked, the trails cover more than 100 km of varied terrain.

Step out the door and you are steps from the wilderness. There are trails for every ski level. Well groomed trails, magnificent beauty and the silence of the  wilderness = STOKELY. 


Ron Bergin retired publisher of Cross Country Skier magazine:

"And with no desire to slight any of dozens of other great destination ski sites across the U.S. and Canada, I can with 

comfort state that Stokely Creek Lodge and trails is quite simply my favorite"

Snowshoeing at Stokely

The Snowshoe trails designed by Bob and Lucie, encompass all the beauty the area offers. Choose trails from 2 to 25 kilometers. Your choice can take you to the heights of King Mountain or the cool architecture of the Beaver Dam in the valley below.

Nothing is more breathtaking than stopping beneath the frozen waterfalls, walking along the creek or viewing the vistas from on top King Mountain.


James Smedley, Outdoors award winning photographer and writer.

"With Stokely's world classic Nordic ski trails and new network of snowshoe trails, a healthy appetite comes with the territory."

Snowshoe maps

Stokely's Trails

Nature makes the trails, we groom them for your enjoyment.

The trails are groomed for classic and skate skiing. 12,000 acres of wilderness takes you from thrilling runs down King Mountain, to gentle rolling trails through hardwood forest and around 9 undeveloped lakes.  


The extensive trail system includes 6 warming huts, strategically placed, so skiers can warm and refresh themselves by the fire.

Groomer on trail

Alex Lapensee has been grooming the trails for 31 years. He arrives by dawn before the skiers awake to begin the trails. With the help of groomers Jonathan and Richard, it often takes all day for the groomers to complete the Stokely trail circuit.

Stokely's Instruction, Passes and Rentals

Ski Instruction

Private & Group ski lesson can be scheduled with licensed ski instructor, Jonathan Reinke. Jonathan is a level 3 certified CANSI instructor.


Lessons are available by appointment

Season Passes


Season Pass Membership features are:​

  • Unlimited season xc ski pass

  • Use of clubhouse from 9am - 5pm

  • Use of waxing room

  • Individual: $250.00 (HST included)

  • Family: $450.00 (HST included


              Day Passes



Adults $26.54 + tax = $30

Children(6 to 18 $13.27 + tax = $15

Children 5 and under are free

Snow Shoe

Adults $22.12 + tax =$25.00

Children (6 to 18) $13.27 + tax =$15.00

              Rental Rates

Snowshoe rentals are $10.00 + tax = $11.30


Rates for Ski Rentals

Adult full day:    $22.60 + tax =  $23.00

Adult half day:   $12.00 + tax =  $13.56

Adult 3 days:      $35.00 + tax = $39.55

Adult 5 days:      $60.00 + tax = $67.80 

Child full day:     $15.00 + tax =  $16.95

Child half day:    $  8.00 + tax =  $  9.04

Child 3 days:      $25.00 + tax =  $28.25

Child 5 days:      $40.00 + tax =  $45.20

Stokely Creek Lodge recommends Cross Country Ski Headquarters and Velorution Bike and Ski for your ski packages, fat bikes, supplies, clothing and expert advice.


9435 N. Cut Rd

Roscommon, MI 48653  

(989)-821-6661   (800) 832-2663  

Bike and Ski

162 Old Garden River Rd

Sault Ste. Marie, On P6B 5A6

(705) 253-9388

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