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The cross-country skiing and walking trails at Beaconsfield Golf Club will be back.

The City of Pointe-Claire announced that it will offer cross-country skiing and walking trails at the Beaconsfield Golf Club this winter, to the delight of outdoor activity enthusiasts of all levels.

PHOTO: City of Pointe-Claire


The trails will be open as soon as there is enough snow accumulation to protect the course fairways. At least 20 to 25 cm of snow on the ground is needed before the City can begin trail-grooming operations and be sure the ground is protected. With that in mind, please do not try to ski or walk on the golf course before the official opening announcement is made.

New this year, a second course will be available. The walking trails will be laid out on the same circuit as those planned for classic cross-country skiing. The trail entrance is via Cartier Avenue. Dogs on leashes are allowed on the walking trail.


Once the season gets underway, you will be able check the updated conditions of the ski and walking trails, as well as those of the City’s various skating rinks, on the Outdoor skating rinks and cross-country skiing page.


SOURCE: City of Pointe-Claire

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