Provincial Park Snowshoe

It’s the holiday season and you may be looking for the gift that keeps giving. We have just what you need! The Fernie Trails Pass keeps giving as you enjoy the trails all season long (note the pass runs a calendar year, from Jan 1 – Dec 31). This is the perfect gift for the active person on your list. The pass is designed to give back to the trail network and let him or her reap the benefits. Please note members of the Fernie Mountain Bike Club or Fernie Trails & Ski Touring Club, a Fernie Trails Pass is part of your club membership.

Route of the Month: Provincial Park Snowshoe
Time: 1-1.25 hours (depending on the amount of snow) 
Distance: Approx. 4km | Level: Blue

Mount Fernie Provincial Park is a beautiful spot for an adventure in the winter months. 

Not only will you get some exercise, enjoy some fresh air and be treated to some fantastic views, but you will be adding a service to our trail network. As this area is non-motorized, snowshoeing is needed to help keep the trails packed down for multi-use fun. The goal is to be able to link Stove and Mushroom Head to Phat Bastard, Red Sonja and Black Betty. In addition, create a nice loop up Stove and down Dem Bones. 

So how can you help? Head up Stove for a good snowshoe crossing a few board walks, small bridges and navigating some switchbacks near the top. Turn right for a short grunt up the powerline to Dem Bones. Follow the sign down Dem Bones for a nice loop back down to the bottom of Stove.