FAQHave some questions before you come to Blow Me Down Trails?
Let us try to answer them for you!
What trails are groomed?
Grooming varies each day depending on weather, snow conditions and usage. For the most up-to-date grooming information, please visit https://skitrails.info/report/blowmedown
Whats the weather like up there?
Check the live, on-site weather station before you leave home. You’ll be glad you did when you arrive with just the right number of layers on! https://www.wunderground.com/weather/ca/corner-brook/ICORNERB5
When are the trails open for night skiing?
6.5km of our trails are lit for night skiing, Monday-Friday, until 9pm. Please note that on Mondays only the locker room portion of the lodge is open – the canteen and rental shop are closed on Monday nights.
When does the season start and end?
The dates of Blow Me Down Trails’ ski season vary from year to year depending on weather and snow conditions. Generally, the trails open in late December and continue grooming until late April.
How do I register my child for a season long program?
Registration for Blow Me Down’s season long programs happens in November each year. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
How do I book my wedding banquet?
The Blow Me Down lodge is available as a venue for weddings and banquet, including on-site catering and a full-service bar. For details and to check if a certain date is available, please email email@example.com, call 709-639-2754, or send a message on Facebook.
What trails can I showshoe on?
Snowshoeing is permitted on all of Blow Me Down’s trails as long as proper trail etiquette is followed. Snowshoers are asked to stay to the side of the trails so that the grooming for skiers isn’t impacted. There are also 5km of dedicated snowshoe trails that take you through wooded areas. Please ask at the lodge for details.
What trails can I fat bike on?
Fat biking is a trial activity at Blow Me Down Trails and at this point it’s offered on Tuesday nights as a group activity through Cycle Solutions. Accessible trails vary based on weather and snow conditions. Please note that trail passes are required for Fat Biking, even for Blow Me Down season members.
Can I bring my dog skiing at Blow Me Down?
At this time, dogs are not permitted at Blow Me Down.