Cape Breton Highlands National Park
5 days a week as needed
Trail is through a mixed forest of birch, maple, poplar and spruce to Warren Lake, the largest lake in the Park
Cape Breton Highlands National Park has 7 groomed trails in four different areas: Black Brook, Warren Lake, Broad Cove and Clyburn River Valley. Skiers should be advised that weather is very changeable especially at higher elevations.Grooming is done five days a week, Wednesday to Sunday. The first priority for grooming is the trails in the Black Brook Area. After those are done then Broad Cove and Clyburn Trail are groomed. National Park Trails are groomed for classic and skate skiing, except the Clyburn which is only groomed for classic skiing. Permit is required to ski on any groomed trail in the Park. Youths and Students ski free. Adult fees are $5.00 per day or $35.00 for the season. For Snow and Trail conditions call (902) 285 -2549. This recorded information is updated daily by the groomer operator -usually by 4:00 pm.