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Ski by the light of the moon on lantern lit trails through the Copeland Forest. Warm up when you return with a crackling bonfire by the chalet and hot apple cider and marshmallows.
170 km from toronto
Introducing Horseshoe Valley
Horseshoe Winter XC Chalet
The bus will drop you off at the parking lot in front of cross-country chalet, where ski rentals, washrooms as well as trail passes will be available.
Pickup locations in Toronto
30 Carlton Street
The pick up location is in front of Holiday Inn/Starbucks, on the north side of Carlton Street. TTC College Subway station is located less than 100m away.
1126 Bloor Street West
The pick up location is on the north side of Bloor to the East of Dufferin (1126 Bloor St West) - TTC subway station Dufferin.
Major Mackenzie & Hwy 400 Carpool Lot
The pick up point is located at the MTO carpool parking lot. The bus will pull in right besides the bus stop located at the parking lot.
Frequently Asked Questions
What if there is no snow? Do you cancel buses because of the weather?
There is a possibility that we will cancel a bus due to weather conditions that make visit to the park unsafe or not enjoyable due to trail closures. We generally make this decisions in consultation with park staff. In case of bus cancellation, we will offer an option of a full refund, or a rebooking to a different date, if available.
Where can we get skis? Will someone help me fit them?
Ski package (skis, poles, boots) rental is included in the price of the ticket. Experienced staff will help you get the right skis
Do I need prior skiing experience?
It's nice, but not mandatory! This is cross-country, not downhill skiing, and since this is night ski, the whole route is fairly flat. The experience would be more like walking through the forest - with your path lit up by the moon (unless it's cloudy!) and by lanterns that are put on trees to show the way!
Are there places to get food?
Not really - though hot chocolate is usually served by a bonefire along the route!
Is this a guided trip? Can I get lost on the trail?
No, but you generally do not need a guide - the trails are well-marked, and sections of trail network will be blocked off so that you don't get lost. Horeshoe staff will assist you with getting right size skis/boots/poles on arrival.
Can I bring my skis/skates on the bus?
Yes! Lots of room.
Are there bathrooms on board the bus?