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Loch Lomond Ski Area

Winter Recreation Area
Cassandra Marques

What is the perfect way to spend a winter day? How about skiing snowboarding or tubing at Loch Lomond Ski Area with a visit to Thunder Bay? You are sure to enjoy skiing this popular alpine ski resort in the Nor'Wester mountain range!?

After a long day of riding and enjoying the mountains and fresh air, grab a beer in the bar, play a game of pool, or better yet purchase a locally famous variation of the classic Canadian dish Poutine called Rick's Fries. One order of Rick's Fries comes with gravy, fries, bacon and garnished with green onions. (will re-order much of these sections so it makes sense)

Development at Loch Lomond accelerated exponentially in the last 2 years since the new owners Jason Gerry and Grant Brodeur have taken over hosting a number of major events. In 2015, the ski resort hosted the U-16 Ontario Alpine Championships and in February 2017 will be the venue of the U-16 Canadian Alpine Championships.

Improvements at mountain include several new runs, expansion of existing runs, new chairlifts, updated deck and patio area and a new grativity track for mountain biking during the summer months. By opening the hill to mountain bikers, they can remain open all year long.

Snow Sports Area By the Numbers

Loch Lomond has one of the highest peaks in the Nor'Wester mountain range with an elevation of 1450 feet, a base of 700 feet, and a vertical rise of 750 feet. The longest run is about 1.5 Miles!

Elevation 1450 feet
Base 700 feet
Vertical Rise 750 feet
Longest Run 1.50 miles

Trail System

The trail system at Loch Lomond is used by snowshoers and cross country skiers during the winter, and hikers and mountain bikers during the summer months. The new gravity track is a popular summer feature with a shuttle service to transport bikes up the mountains on Saturdays starting in July.

Best Access and Parking Area

There are four parking lots, which means there is never a shortage or parking spots. So come on down to Northwest Ontario's favourite ski area!


Approximate Operating Season

High season- Late November to mid April, low season - May to September.

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