"Stokely Creek Ski Touring Centre offers everything from sheer Nordic bliss to wide-eyed excitement for cross-country ski enthusiasts bent on exploring the wilderness."
-SKI CANADA"

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January 19 2017

Stokely + warmer weather = trails staying in good condition and happy skier. Join us for wine tasting on Feb.18. Call to make reservation



January 16 2017

It has been great skiing the last few day. The Arch Hospice event went very well with over 340 guests snowshoeing or skiing. Our skiers barely notice the skiers. The only issue was the parking lot was full. We are getting some warer weather but we have so much snow that we plan to weather the weather. See you all soon.



January 16

It has been great skiing the last few day. The Arch Hospice event went very well with over 340 guests snowshoeing or skiing. Our skiers barely notice the skiers. The only issue was the parking lot was full. We are getting some warer weather but we have so much snow that we plan to weather the weather. See you all soon.



January 13 2017

january 13, 2017

Another couple inches of snow overnight. It is difficult to believe all the snow we have at Stokely. Seeing is believing so if you want to see daily photos go to Stokely Creek Lodge Face Book page. A picture is worth a thousand words. We are shoveling off all our roofs for the second time this year.
Our trails are firmly pack with about 20 inches of snow and we have about 3 feet on the ground.

Did you know that with the U.S. exchange rate you are getting about 30% off your bill. Someone called us about the bill the other day. He had received his bank statement and thought we had undercharged his $400 but that was just the adjustment for the exchange rate. So if you are looking for a discounted vacation come on up.

Susan and Gaylen and about 30 Stokely Staff who love working here in our wilderness lodge



Stokely’s Hut to Hut Held on Feb.4th

january 12, 2017

The Hut to Hut ( Feb. Saturday the 4th) this year will feature our most remote route, the gem of our snowshoe system, the Peregrine Pass. Bob our snowshoe trail developer is taking us on his favorite route, which includes walking up and down through the forest, past and under ice cliffs, with panoramic views of the Algoma Highlands and Stokely’s massive frozen water falls. The only way to get to these places is with Bob so join the trip. Ski to Stokely Lake hut, snowshoe the Peregrine Pass to the Hakon Lein Hut for lunch and then ski back to the lodge.

Bring a ski bag and a small back pack with dry and proper clothing (gloves, boots dry socks, hats, water bottles, etc) for each portion of the trip. The return ski to the lodge is mostly downhill through the forest. This will be a rewarding day of scenery, exercise, food and friends.

$15 for overnight guests, a $25 fee for season pass holders. Day skiers will pay $40 which includes a discounted day pass. Make your reservations for the Hut to Hut when you book your stay, or as soon as possible. This event fills quickly. This includes transportation of your skis and snowshoes, snacks and lunch and guided tour

Time schedule: 9:00 am to 9:30 - Prepare to leave and load sled. 9:30 to 10:30 - Ski to Stokely Lake Cabin 10:30 to 11:00 -
11:00 to 1:30 - Snowshoe. 1:30 to 2:30 - Lunch at Hakon Lein Cabin 2:30 - Ski back to lodge. 3:30 -4:00 - Arrive at lodge



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