Active Aging Ski

This event is for older Manitobans who want to gather together and be active outdoors this winter. All abilities welcome! Join us every Tuesday morning 10am – Noon at the Kildonan Park Golf Course.


  • This event is FREE
  • All abilities welcome
  • No experience neccessary
  • We supply all the equipment (Skis/boots/poles, kicksleds, snowshoes and, sit skis)
  • Access to the golf course club house, to warm up and, use the washrooms**IMPORTANT: We meet inside the golf club off Main street, just north of turnoff to the park.

    • If coming to the site by car, note that the access to the Golf Club is through the golf course parking lot just north of the primary turn off into Kildonan Park.It is easy to miss the turn when driving from either direction! Watch for a cut in the tall snowbanks. If driving northbound on Main Street, be on the lookout for the entrance to the parking lot on the right about 100′ past the main park entrance.If arriving by bus, the bus stop is located just north of the (mostly) empty parking lot. Here is the closest northbound bus stop on Google Maps. (The southbound busstop is just across the street and will require walking a little eways to cross safely.

      Important info for visually impaired skiiers coming by bus: When you arrive at the borthbound stop, head south on the sidewalk from the bus stop for approx.20m, then turn left into the parking lot then right to head south. The parking lot is fenced and mostly deserted in winter. The pathway leading to the club itself is located in the southeast corner of this parking lot. When you arrive in the southeast corner of the parking lot, you will come to a driveway heading straight east and a pathway heading south. Take the pathway! Head south along that pathway for 5m or so and follow it as it curves right to the main clubhouse door.

      Important info for Transit Plus users: Be sure to let dispatch know that you are going to the golf clubhouse, not Kildonan Park’s pavilion. It is a considerable distance from the centre of the park to our meeting point if that gets messed up.

      If coming by bicycle from points south, know that the entry from Scotia is likely the most pleasant and regularly plowed, and if coming from the northeast, the new pathway on the Chief Peguis bridge is nice. Bike parking is fairly limited in the area around the golf club itself, but it is hidden away and there is lots of chain link fencing and some posts.

Kildonan Park Trail – golf course on


Mar 07 2023


10:00 am - 12:00 pm


Kildonan Park Golf Course
Kildonan Park
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