St. Cyr Hills - Trail, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan

St. Cyr Hills - Trail, Meadow Lake, Saskatchewan


The beautiful St. Cyr Hills area offers very exciting off-road riding. This site is a popular stop on the mountain bike points race series and offers a variety of single and double track systems. The system fans out as part of the St. Cyr Nordic ski trails and offers riders anywhere from 1-30 kilometre routes. The area is very well marked and the layout is such that all trails lead back to the main chalet area.

The St. Cyr trails are primarily sand and hard-packed soil that twist and turn their way through spruce and jack pine and, depending on the route you choose, alongside three lakes: Beaver Pond, St. Cyr Lake and Anderson Lake. There is plenty of climbing at St. Cyr Hills, most of which is gradual and rolling; a few climbs, however, are steep and technical. Luckily, the trails are designed as concentric loops, so it is easy to change your mind and choose a shorter trail. Wildlife abounds in the forest and riders are likely to see deer, black bear and even moose

Directions - The area is accessed by following Highway 55 for approximately 20 kilometres east of the town of Meadow Lake. Turn north at Island Hill Road and follow it for another two kilometres until you see road signs indicating St. Cyr Hills Ski Area. The area is well marked from Island Hill Road.



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