Trails & Map
Here you will find a map of our proposed groomed trail network. In the future we hope to expand this to include other trails in the area and neighboring communities.
groomed trail network
This map shows all trails that are currently part of our network. Please note: not all trails may be groomed at any given time. Too see the latest trail conditions, please check our grooming updates.
Using the trail map with GPS on your phone:
Our trail map was created in Google Maps. To see your location on the map with your phone's GPS you will need a Google account and the Google maps app (standard on Android, for iPhone download the app in the iTunes App Store).
- Click to highlight the star that appears to the right of the title "NSNA Trail Map". This saves the map in your Google account.
- Open the Google Maps app on your phone.
- Open the menu (by selecting the three lines in the upper left).
- In the menu, select "Your places".
- Under "Your places", navigate to "Maps".
- "NSNA Trail Map" will appear under "Maps". Select it to view. If your GPS is enabled, your location on the trails will be visible!
Legend/Reading the Map
Clicking on the pull-out menu to the left of the title "NSNA Trail Map" will show a legend:
- Trailheads are marked with a skier icon. Some connect with a parking area, while others indicate where a trail intersects a road (these areas do not have parking).
- Parking areas are marked with a P
- Trails are grouped by area and listed by name. Clicking on a name will zoom the map to that trail.
Clicking on a trail will show the following data:
- Trail name
- Length of trail
- Elevation minimum and maximum (above sea level)