Trail Etiquette & Safety
These policies have been developed for your safety and to ensure that everyone
who uses these trails has an enjoyable experience at Pineland Farms.
Pineland Farms Trails Code of Conduct
• Trail passes must be purchased and displayed at all times during the winter season.
• Please obey all trail signs, closures and directional signs.
• Please be respectful of grooming personnel and grooming schedules, understand that they are
subject to change based on conditions.
• Please give way to maintenance and/or grooming equipment, personnel, and/or emergency vehicles.
• If an accident occurs, please offer assistance and report it to the Outdoor Center staff by
• Please travel in a way that does not endanger yourself or others. Maintain control of your speed and
direction at all times. Do not stop where you obstruct a trail or are invisible to others using the trail.
• Please respect right-of-way on trails: snowshoers and fat bikers give way to skiers; fat bikers give
way to snowshoers; all give way to grooming equipment.
• Snowshoers and fat bikers should avoid groomed ski tracks, snowshoe trails are also fat bike trails.
• Please carry out all litter.
• Please return to the Outdoor Center by the posted closing time.
• Please remember that common sense and personal awareness can help reduce the elements of risk that skiing and other outdoor activities involve.
Our exceptional outdoor facilities include approximately 30 kilometers of professionally designed, well-kept trails for biking and walking.
We are enthusiastic about providing year-round activities, including trail running, walking and hiking, orienteering, mountain biking, tennis, disc golf, Nordic skiing, dry-land Nordic ski training, sledding and ice skating.
Ski, disc golf, snowshoe, sled, fat bike and chariot rentals are available at the Outdoor Center.
When conditions warrant, trails are groomed and tracked for skate skiing and classic skiing.
Difficulty levels vary not only from trail to trail but also in changing weather conditions.
NO MOTORIZED VEHICLES
ALLOWED ON TRAILS