If you have never skied before – this day is for you! Get involved and find out what this skiing stuff is all about!
Available for skiing, snowboarding and cross-country skiing at Manning Park Resort!
Supported by the Canadian Ski Council. Sign up at: http://www.nevereverdays.com/ *
*This event is not offered in-house. Prior sign-up required through Nevereverdays.com is required.
Join us for a magical evening with our Lantern Lit Ski. We’re lighting an easy trail with lanterns for a night ski from 7:30 – 9:30 pm. The event starts at the Nordic Centre at Manning Park Resort. All levels of cross country skiers can participate in this beautiful event.
The Lantern Lit Ski is free with a valid trail pass. Evening trail tickets and rentals (including headlamp rentals) are available at the Nordic Centre, open until 9:30 pm. Stop by for a free hot chocolate after the trail.
Come celebrate spring at Manning Park with the carnival-like atmosphere of some fun ski events. The Streak the Streak Race, the Slush Cup and the Dummy Downhill are all part of the rollicking good fun we have planned.
Registration for events is in the Daylodge from 8:30am.
This fun race will challenge any level of racer. Enter as an individual or gather your best buds and form a team of 3 to participate. Two chances to win!
If you can ride a blue square, you can do this race!
A team is comprised of:
- a team of 3 persons
- both genders, and
- at least 2 of: (1) downhill skiing; (2) telemark skiing; and (3) snowboarding disciplines.
Costumes and team spirit welcome! $15/pp, includes burger and prizes
March 25 Slush Cup & Dummy Downhill
Dummy Downhill start @ 11:30am in Terrain Park area
Slush Cup start @ 1pm by Twin Tow building
BBQ on from 11am-2pm
Take part in the annual Dummy Downhill event!
Be devious, be crafty, be cute, be funny. Create the most ingenious downhill dummy your creative genius can fathom. Your dummy will ski down a hill, take a jump and then….well, we’ll see what happens!
Prizes for best jump. Public will vote on the best dummy.
We challenge you to try out the Slush Cup!
Will your jump clear the slushy pit, or will you test the temperature of its slushy waters? Prizes for best jumps. A wet-suited rescuer will be waiting in the wings in case the slush wins!
If you don’t want to risk a freezee baptism, we won’t blame you. Join the fun and watch the spectacle with rest of the crowd! Costumes welcome!
Hop into Easter at Manning Park Resort!
Find all the fun activities and info at the Nordic Centre from Friday-Monday. We have got crafts all weekend there, with create-your-own Easter baskets, egg decorating, colouring contests and more.
Find the laminated paper eggs out on the trails that can be redeemed for prizes at the Nordic Centre, and don’t miss the egg hunt and kid’s games on Easter Sunday!
10:30am Nordic Centre
Alpine: egg hunt, a visit from the Easter bunny on skis and some easy crafts/colouring contest for kids through the Ticket Office or in the Daylodge.
We want to thank all our season pass holders for your continuing support and to celebrate a great season!
Bring your season pass, and join us for a BBQ burger on March 30th – our treat. Plus ride the Polar Coaster for free!
Enjoy a winter tradition in Manning Park’s true Alpine wilderness. Experience Nordic skiing in the magic of winter after dark with Manning Park Resort’s Moonlight Ski Down.
Sign up in advance at the Nordic Centre to reserve your spot. This is an 8km ski, best for those with some experience.
Cost: $15 per person, includes classic cross country ski rentals, an evening trail pass, shuttle ride, and safety patrol. Prices adjusted accordingly if you bring your own skis.
Last day of ski hill operations – Thank you for a great season!
Please note that after the ski hill closes, we close our gate and the ski hill becomes a work zone. We ask that you explore the other beautiful areas in the park if you want to take a back-country tour.
Although Manning Park Ski hill is closed, our Nordic Ski Centre will remain open, as we continue to have great conditions for cross-country skiing and snowshoeing on our higher elevation trails. Our accommodation, restaurant and other amenities will also continue to remain open.