Michigan Cross Country Ski Trails for Snowy Winter Fun

The state’s rolling hills and beautiful forests create the perfect scenic backdrop for your outdoor activities. In particular, West Michigan cross country ski trails are fun to explore.

Cannonsburg Ski Area

The resort covers over 100 acres that are ideal for cross-country skiing and snowboarding. Lights are placed throughout the trails for evening runs during the holiday season.

Seidman Park

Cross-country skiers can explore the blue and red trails that run throughout the park. Trails are well marked and well maintained to provide a safe and fun experience for everyone who visits.

Kent County Parks

Each of the cross-country ski areas has trails with varied difficulties. Although many of the parks aren’t maintained in the winter, cross-country skiing is allowed.

The area includes a small lake and an elaborate system of trails. A dense forest full of maple, pine, and beech trees and rolling hills are the perfect environments for cross-country skiers.

Riley Trails

Pigeon Creek Park in West Olive is one of West Michigan’s best-kept secrets. There are over 10 miles of groomed cross-country ski trails that travel through 282 acres of deciduous forests and old pine plantations.

Pigeon Creek Park

The state park runs along 3 miles of Lake Michigan’s shoreline and offers a 10-mile network of trails that can be used for hiking or cross-country skiing.

P.J. Hoffmaster State Park

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