Snowshoeing in Sault Ste. Marie
Sault Ste. Marie/Algoma brings you the land of snow and the trails to snowshoe on. The abundant lake-effect winter precipitation on Superior’s east coast, the soul-lifting wilderness terrain, the forests, lakes and water falls of the Canadian Shield region, and the easy access to designated or off-trail snow hiking…well, just come. Snowshoeing is as easy as walking. You don’t have to own the shoes…you can rent them. You don’t need special boots or special gear. Just the priceless joy of being outdoors.
Stokely Creek/Algoma Highlands
Five snow-tingling trails to choose from in this pristine corner of the wilderness world…from the fun and easy 2 km Otter’s Trail to the 15 km King Mountain Trail with a peak’s view over mighty Lake Superior. The 2.5 km Peregrine Pass, starting from Stokely Lake Cabin and rising gently 400 feet to end at the ice cliffs of the Frozen Waterfall Ski Trail. Stokely Creek is the 4th largest cross-country ski area in North America, so you have access to the Lodge, and the warming huts. Get this…some wild and woolly winter folk tote gear for both, and ski and snowshoe the trail system. But you don’t have to do that…just strap on the webs and pick your journey. For more information and trail maps, visit Stokely Creek’s website.
- Lodge with dining.
- 4 warm-up huts.
- Snowshoe trails.
- Rentals and certified instruction.
Towering pines, rugged rocks, sparkling creeks and waterfalls punctuate this incredible trail system. This is genuine Canadian Shield terrain just 5 driving minutes from Algoma’s Water Tower Inn & Suites. A major cross-country ski area, Hiawatha Highlands offers you some amazing snowshoe trails as well. This wonderful recreation park, set amid hundreds of forested acres operated by the Sault Ste. Marie Conservation Authority, is one of the city’s greatest natural assets. The park itself is managed by the local Kinsmen Club, in collaboration with The Soo Finnish Ski club. Learn more and see trail maps on Hiawatha’s website.
- Ski and snowshoe trails.
- Ski and snowshoe rentals.
- Indoor facilities with hot and cold beverages, snacks.
- Washroom facilities.
- Repair and service.
- Group Rates.
- Fat Bike trails.
The Inn supports your Snowshoe Adventure:
- Trailhead Rooms – designed for the outdoor adventurer, they provide a larger foyer to store your gear.
- Lunch-to-go – Pre-order a healthy boxed lunch for the trail.
- Room Packages
Call 1-888-461-7077 for more information on packages, adventures and more, or book online.