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Skiing and Snowboarding

A vertical drop of 755 feet makes Osler Bluff one of the highest ski hills in Ontario, providing some of the province's longest runs, many over one kilometer in length. Osler boasts an almost perfect fall line on all 20 runs for the beginner to the expert. Spread over 130 acres we offer the most skiable acreage per member of all Ontario clubs.

Our fleet of four groomers operated by seasoned staff with more than 90 years of combined experience work throughout the night creating pristine corduroy on all of our trails prior to each ski day, resulting in optimum snow conditions “bar none”! We have two high-speed detachable quad chairlifts and one fixed-grip quad chair to service our ski trails. Our platter surface lift and a 160 foot magic carpet service our beginner “Beehive” area.

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Social Events

We offer our members a brimming social calendar, including themed après, buffet dinners, junior après activities, family events and much more.

Members please login to view our full social schedule.

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Snow School

The high standard of skiing and snowboarding evident at Osler is a testament to the dedication, skill and enthusiasm of our Snow School.  Osler is privileged to have industry-recognized Lynn Warll as our Snow School Director.

Osler's Snow School is renowned as one of the finest in Canada. Whether you’re a freestyle rider or carver you can excel under the guidance of our competent staff. From preschoolers to seniors, beginner to expert, there is a program for everyone. Most families kick-start the season with a ski, snowboard or race camp during the Christmas holidays and March break camps precede our spring skiing that usually runs into April.

Osler members please login to the member section of the website to view the latest news and Snow School information or to register for programs.

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Racing is an integral part of Osler life with an extremely qualified and competent coaching staff, some of whom have international experience.

Osler is well known for having the best downhill course in Ontario and the Club has been a fixture on the Alpine Ontario race schedule for over forty years.

Osler junior racers have progressed to Canada’s National Team, including 6-time World Cup champion Laurie Graham, and more recently downhiller Luke Sauder. In addition, five former National Team members have joined the Osler family, including Nancy Greene Raine and Ken Read. Four members have also represented Canada on our National Telemark Ski Team.

From entry level seven year olds to interclub team racing, to individual provincial racing or our own adult house league (which is as popular for its camaraderie as for its competitiveness), there is racing for everyone from the young to the young at heart.

Adult House League

Over 100 members participate in this in-house league, ranging in all skill levels. It's all about enjoying some friendly competition.

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Terrain Park & Pipe

Located on the Orchard Trail our 6.5 acre terrain park has a variety of box, rail, tube and snow features suitable for all levels. We have a talented and passionate staff who create a unique park each year.


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Ice Rink

A liquid-cooled 50 x 100 foot skating rink provides another truly Canadian winter activity for all ages, offering shinny and family skate times.


Recreational Trails

Members and their guests (with a day ticket) are permitted to use the trail system. Recreational trails are not regularily maintained or patrolled and trail conditions are subject to changing weather and snow conditions. For updated trail conditions, please contact the Member Guest Experience desk.

Osler Bluff is a paradise for winter trekking. A network of almost 27 km of snowshoe trails wind their way through some of the Niagara Escarpment's most stunning environments. There are trails suitable for all ages, abilities and fitness levels.

A wide and flat system of trails behind the Oslerview Community are an easy introduction to snowshoeing; the North End trails climb through the forest to loop around the mid-mountain snowmaking reservoir; and a challenging 7.5 km climb and descent of the mountain takes the experienced and fit snowshoer on a tour of the entire property. Adventurous snowshoers can extend their hikes to join the Bruce Trail, Pretty River Provincial Park or enjoy the managed conservation area to the south of the Club property.

Note: Snowshoe traffic is not permitted on alpine ski trails. This poses a hazard to both skiers and hikers. Please follow marked trails.

Cross Country Skiing
While the trails that ascend and descend the mountain are not suitable for cross country skiing, Nordic skiing is encouraged on the lower trail, also referred to as the "Fisher Trail", accessed from the snowmaking reservoir in the Oslerview Community. These multi-use flat trails are shared with snowshoers and hikers. Conditions permitting, these trails may be groomed to facilitate skiing.