Are you looking for some end of the winter fun? North Highlands Nordic ski club has over 40 cm of snow in the trails and will be open to the public this weekend March 24th and 25th, and next weekend March 30th-April 1st! Trails are groomed frequently, great rates, and fun for the whole family! Please see a list of accommodations on our website and book now!

As our season is soon approaching the end, the following is some information regarding our hours of operation: The ski room will be open and manned by regular employees from Monday, March 19th to Sunday, March 25th. The room and trails will remain open to season pass holders only from Monday, March 26th to Thursday, March 29th. Grooming will continue as normal and when needed as necessary. Thanks to volunteers, the ski room and trails will be open to the public from Friday, March 30th to Sunday, April 1st.

North Highlands Nordic is open to the public – everyone welcome! Classic and skate ski rentals, as well as snowshoe rentals are available. Both our ski room and trails are open daily from 10 am – 5 pm, weather permitting during the winter months. Please check our trails page for updated conditions, or contact us before travelling. See you soon!

The North Highlands Nordic Ski Club (NHN) was founded in 1977 by a small group of enthusiastic cross country skiers, who shared a love of winter and of the splendid scenery in the Northeast Highlands Area of Cape Breton Island, Nova Scotia. From humble beginnings of skiing on ungroomed trails, the club has developed a very high-class facility and trail system in the village of Cape North.

NHN and operates out of a heated waxing/warmup/ski rental room in the Cape North Community Centre. A trail network consists of 12 kms of mechanically-groomed and tilled track by a Pisten Bully grooming tractor, and offers panoramic views of some of Atlantic Canada’s best scenery.

The club is proud to have hosted any number of major national and regional ski races including the 1987 Canada Winter Games, 1989 Canadian Junior Nationals, and the 1986, 1987, 1994 and 1998 Atlantic Championships and numerous Loppets and Provincial Championships.