1220 Lakeridge Rd., Uxbridge
Posted on November 13, 2018 / 2201
Listing Type : Cross Country Ski / Skate Ski
X-Ski km : 4
Skate km : 4
Snowshoe km : none
Skill Level : Easy, Intermediate
Terrain : small hills, large hills, steep sections, open fields, flat sections
Facilities : parking, chalet, warming huts, toilets/outhouse, change rooms, lodging near, drinking water, food close by, trailhead map, good trail signage, trails maintained, track set, pro shop, gear rentals
Trail Fee : yes expensive

CLOSED – Nordic Skiing has been Discontinued (they still do downhill)

Length – 4 km

Cross Country track set  4 km
Skate Skiing  groomed  4 km & perhaps less
Snowshoe  trail – none

Skill – equal amount of loops for all levels

Terrain –  beginner loops with a few humps, more advanced trails are north in the treed area. Big hill on Flying Fox trail

Hours – 9am-4pm  closed Monday and Tuesday

Fee – adult ~$20, a little less for kids,  rentals ~$30+

Trail Map – well signed trails

Facilities –  parking, 2 chalets,  waxing hut, snacks, rentals of skis, lessons

Highlights – downhill skiing (small vertical) across the road and larger chalet (food)

Phone – 905 649 2002

Website – Ski Dagmar

Current Conditions 

Similar Trails – Ganaraska

Local Clubs –  Scarborough Cross Country Ski Club, Trakkers Cross Country

Access – 60 km northeast of Toronto.  North of Ajax • East on 401 to Salem Rd. • North on Salem to Hwy #2 East on Hwy #2 to Lake Ridge Rd. • 20 Kilometers North on Lake Ridge Rd. left at Dagmar sign

CLOSED – No longer offering Nordic Ski Trails

Dagmar is the closest Nordic ski location on the eastside of Toronto. If the snow is there it has been a great place to ski but not so much now. Just this season they have reduced the trails from 20 km to 4 km and the price is the same!? So heads up, seasoned skiers who are thinking of going.

What was once a decent spot worth driving to is now questionable. The hours are reduced, the snack bar is gone and so are the long advanced runs. The north trails and meadow trails are closed.

The downhill skiing is their main focus ($$) and little mention on their website anymore for Nordic skiing. Rather sad, and having little snow the last few years has not helped.

If you go, expect short loops that you may do twice. The new map has 2 new advanced trails but they too will be over in no time. Perhaps more suited for beginners, but still the rates for a trails pass and gear rentals is high. Amenities are bare bones and you would be better served to head over to the downhill chalet for eats.

Always wanting to promote any ski spot, it’s hard to recommend this new format. I hope one day it will return to its former glory….let’s hope.

Opening Hours
  • Monday :Closed
  • Tuesday :Closed
  • Wednesday :9 - 4 pm
  • Thursday :9 - 4 pm
  • Friday :9 - 4 pm
  • Saturday :9 - 4 pm
  • Sunday :9 - 4 pm

Dagmar Ski trails

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