Kamsack Ski Club

Welcome

Welcome to The Kamsack Ski Club Home Page. Our membership includes Nordic and Alpine skiers. We organize trail maintenance, Jackrabbits and the annual loppet at Duck Mountain. Please use the links on the left side of the page to find out more about our club and skiing in the Duck Mountains.

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Upcoming Nordic Events

2018-19 Ski season

Posted on Saturday November 17th 2018

Hi Skiers.

As of today trails are not set. We need more snow. We don't have any new trails. Last spring we went out on trails to identify the signage we need. Still working on that. Hope to have basics up for the ski season.

 We do have different places to stay in the park. Duck Mountain Retreats has cabins for rent. They can be reached at 1-306-542-3922 or their website. customerservice@madgelake.info

 Duck Mountain Motel has rooms in Kamsack ( 20 kms. ) Their number is 1-306-542-2656. duckmountainmotel.com

I will try keep trail conditions up to date. I won't post every week unless trails have been set that week. If you aren't sure phone the park. 1-306-542-5500

 Feel free to email me with any other questions.

 Good skiing.

 Allan

Posted by Allan Bear

Cross-Country Ski Camping

Posted on Tuesday January 30th 2018

Would you like to get away from the hectic pace of today’s living for a few days and replace it with:

  • Breathing clean, fresh air and getting plenty of exercise

  • Viewing the beauty of a boreal forest in all its winter glory

  • Observing and interacting with the many birds and animals that live here in winter

  • Soaking up a little peace and solitude

  • Choosing to ski on trails that will challenge your skiing abilities

  • Adventure, who knows what is around the next bend!

    Then my friends may we suggest that you pack your favourite easy meals and head out to one of the following shelters for a day or two... and would you believe that all of this is for FREE! 

Posted on Wednesday January 3rd 2018

I would ask skiers to please move over to the side of the tracks if you have to herring bone up a hill. Skiers travel both directions on the trails. The ones going the opposite direction that you are would like those tracks to go down the hill you just climbe

Posted by Allan Bear