Cross-country ski trails, usually complimented by community clubs and chalet facilities, are found throughout the North of Superior Region in Neebing, Kakabeka Falls, Thunder Bay, Nipigon, Geraldton, Longlac, Schreiber, Terrace Bay, Marathon and Manitouwadge. Networks of groomed trails lead skiers through spectacular wilderness settings.
Each March, Sleeping Giant Provincial Park is home to the annual Sleeping Giant Loppet which attracts over 800 participants from around the world.
In Thunder Bay, Loch Lomond on the south side of town offers Skiing, snowboarding and snowtubing. An abundance of lifts ensure that there are rarely any lift lines. Loch Lomond offers a vertical of 750 feet and a longest run of 2.5 miles.
Just north of the city, Mount Baldy, whose vertical is 2100 feet and longest run is 5280 feet, also offers ample lifts, night lighting and great snowmaking.
Superior Slopes in Marathon is an Alpine ski facility with 11 downhill runs, a 350 foot vertical, double chair lift, ski chalet with fireplace,ski rentals and night skiing — all in an amazing setting overlooking Lake Superior.