Wasi Ski Club News

(Updated on 2014-04-29)

Wood Cutting Day is Saturday May 10th at 9am. Please contact Steve Hart at 705-752-4215 if you can make it. Even if you don't feel comfortable swinging an axe, we need volunteers to stack wood in the woodshed!

Annual General Meeting (AGM) Tuesday April 15

A new board and executive have been put in place for the 2014/15 and 2015/16 seasons. For details visit the member news page.

The 2013/2014 ski season is over for another great year!

Check out some photos from the 2014 Pancake Brunch.

Visit and join our facebook group.

NEW THIS YEAR - we now have added snowshoe trails to our facilities. Access to these trails is included in your membership or day pass.

If you are already a member of this club, please visit our Member News page where you can read about club news. Check the events page for details on start-up events as they are scheduled.

Welcome Visitors and Potential New Members

Why we ski

Wasi Cross Country Ski Club is a small club located about 20 minutes south of North Bay, Ontario - close to Callander and Astorville. A number of trails (2 to 15 km in length) meander through a mix of hardwood and conifers. Trails are classically groomed and track set and our new chalet is open and heated with a wood stove. Hot chocolate and tea are available. Day users are most welcome or join our club!

You can use the trails and chalet all week long during the winter season. A bulletin board with trail conditions and other announcements is posted on the building along with a thermometer and trail map. Trail maps are posted at the chalet and at each trail intersection. A sign-in sheet, maps, membership applications, and a daily fees drop box are available inside the chalet.

All our trails are groomed for classic skiing only. Unfortunately, we do not provide ski rentals.

Check for current trail conditions and weather. Download a copy of our brochure and map.

How to Get to our Club

From North Bay, take Hwy 11 south to the second exit (#329): Lake Nosbonsing Rd/Hwy 654. Turn left (heading east) towards Astorville. Follow this road about 4 km over a set of railway tracks. About 1.5 km after the tracks, you will see the ski club on your left – at 907 Lake Nosbonsing Rd.