Chain of Lakes Regional Park Ski Trails

There are about 8 kilometers, or 5 miles, of generally flat/beginner level trails in the Chain of Lakes area.

We offer Natural Snow Ski Passes for those skiers who ski in the trail system on trails with natural snow only. All-Access Ski Passes are required to ski on any of the All-Access (Snowmaking/Lighted) Trails.

Trail Descriptions

Brownie Lake Trail: This 1 kilometer trail circumnavigates Brownie Lake and connects to Cedar Lake through the Brownie Tunnel

Cedar Lake and Cedar Lake Park Trails: These 3.2 kilometer and 2.3 kilometer trails are generally flat/beginner level, with great views of the downtown skyline and the neighborhoods around the lake.

Kenilworth Trail: This 0.7 kilometer long man made channel connects Cedar Lake and Lake of the Isles with views of historic homes along the way.

Lake of the Isles/Luminary Trail: This trail follows the same path as the famous Luminary Loppet. It is about 3.5 kilometers in length and completely flat.


Chain of Lakes Regional Park Ski Trail Map