Skiing, Snowboarding and Snowshoeing

Winter? Bring It On!

Put on your best ski pants and ditch busy mega-resorts in favour of New Brunswick’s wide-open slopes. Your ski trip can include the highest vertical in the Maritimes, cross-country trails, and slopes for beginners or those looking for a challenge. You’ll have plenty of room to perfect your technique in loads of fluffy white snow. 

Discover Real WinterWhere to Enjoy Skiing and Snowboarding
Crabbe Mountain (Hainesville) – New Brunswick's highest vertical at 260 m (853 ft.), with 27 alpine trails and glades, is just minutes from Fredericton and offers challenging terrain for skiers of all abilities. 

Mont Farlagne (Edmundston) – Over 20 ski trails and a terrain park open to downhill skiing and snowboarding, and even tubing hills with a lift! 

Poley Mountain (Sussex) – Centrally located between 3 major cities (Moncton, Saint John and Fredericton), it provides some of the best skiing and snowboarding in Atlantic Canada. 

Sugarloaf Provincial Park (Atholville) – Offers 11 downhill ski trails, groomed cross-country ski trails expertly laid out around beautiful Prichard Lake and a groomed snowmobile trail system which connects to the provincial trails. 

Where to Enjoy Cross-Country Skiing and Snowshoeing 

Around the province you’ll find many cross-country ski trails, competitions and workshops that are maintained and operated by local Cross-Country New Brunswick clubs. You can also explore groomed ski and snowshoe trails at Fundy National Park and Kouchibouguac National Park. Visit Canada Trails for a listing of cross-country ski trails in New Brunswick, as well as other great spots for hiking and snowshoeing.

Track how much snow has fallen around New Brunswick with our snow accumulation map.