Welcome to Ontario’s Ski Central!
Winter fun snow activities are ready for you! So many things to do to help you love winter and we are your source for winter sports!
Read the daily ski and snowboard report below or find out the latest snow conditions on the slopes and trails by selecting from the Alpine and Nordic operators listed below or call Ontario Travel Centre in Barrie, 1 (800) 567-1140 for full details. Conditions are updated daily by 7 am.
Check the latest winter road conditions provided by the Ministry of Transportation or call 511.
Read the current Ontario Ski and Snowboard Report right here
Antoine Mountain (Mattawa)
Hardwood Ski and Bike (Oro-medonte)
Hockley Valley Resort (Mono)
Horseshoe Resort (Barrie)
Scenic Caves Nordic Centre (The Blue Mountains)
Snow Valley Resort (Barrie)
Wye Marsh (Midland)
Featured 2018 Ski & Snowboard Resort Events
Antoine Mountain – Events Calendar
Blue Mountain Village – Events
Hardwood Ski and Bike – Calendar
Hockley Valley Resort – Events
Horseshoe Resort – Events
Snow Valley Resort – Events
Scenic Caves Nordic Centre – Events
Wye Marsh – Events
Featured 2018 Snowshoeing Trails & Centres
Ontario winter getaways are safer by checking out the road and snow conditions before your highway trip north in Ontario.
Get links to more road information and video cams
Ski and Snow Reports at Ontario Provincial Parks
There are 18 Ontario Provincial Parks offering winter activities including, snowshoeing, tobogganing, snow tubing and cross country skiing. Check the Ontario Parks Ski report before heading out. Many parks have rental equipment on site for classic and skate skiing as well as snowshoeing. Some have snow tubes and tubing available and some Tubes are provided (no charge) at the tubing hill or visitors can bring their own crazy carpet or soft toboggans.
Pick your getaway location from more than 25 snowmobile packages and check check with both the property owner and the The Ontario Federation of Snowmobile Clubs (OFSC). OFSC trails are clearly marked and well-defined corridors with fewer dangerous surprises. Because they are groomed and used regularly, overall they are smoother and wider, with better sight lines and fewer hazardous corners, intersections, inclines and obstacles.Traffic signs are prevalent throughout the system to give riders as much advance warning as possible of trail conditions ahead. Check snowmobile trail status and conditions in your resort destination area before heading out.
On your way north to the snowbelt areas you need to stay alert, slow down and stay in control — the three key elements of safe winter driving. Drive according to highway and weather snow and ice conditions. Keep a safe distance between you and the vehicle in front of you. Avoid situations where you may have to brake suddenly on a slippery surface.
Watch out for black ice! If snow white-outs can be avoided, get off the highway at the nearest exit and wait out the storm. See more information on road safety during the winter in Ontario. Make sure you get your snow tires before heading north in Ontario.
Dressing for Winter Weather in Ontario
Winter coats, boots, gloves are a must have. A comfortable winter outdoors increases fun and enjoyment. Appropriate winter boots and a winter coat, will keep you warm for the winter snow and winter weather (link to winter weather & road conditions). Active sports enthusiasts should include layers of clothes, that can be removed as the body heats up. Keep in mind each winter sport has its own recommended clothing.
See Environment Canada for latest seasonal forecasts on winter and snow conditions.
Use our Google map ‘400Eleven Places’ to plan your day trip or getaway.