Martock Nordic Ski Club is delighted to partner with The Links at Brunello to groom their golf course trails, whenever snow conditions permit. Club members and Brunello Estate residents are welcome to ski on the trails. Washrooms are available when the Pro Shop is open - please introduce yourselves as Club members if you go in. Directions The Links at Brunello are 10 minutes from the Halifax peninsula, just off Exit #3 on Hwy. 103. Take Timberlea Village Parkway for 1.6 km., then turn left on Brunello Blvd.
Elsewhere - local
The club grooms a loop at the Graves-Oakley field in Spryfield, just off Leiblin Dr. It's a 1K loop on grass, flat as a pancake,so is good for beginners and when there isn't much snow-cover at other trails. There is little wind-protection so the trail is prone to drifting. Parking is available by the fields, when it is plowed by municipal crews. Our volunteers will groom at this municipal park when McDonald Sport Park Bryan Scallion Trails are not fully open and then during the weekdays to provide an evening venue.
Martock Nordic Ski Club grooms 10 km of skate and classic groomed trails on the campground roads of Dollar Lake Provincial Park. Located in a natural snow belt on Highway 212 (Old Guysborough Rd.), approx. 20 km east of the Halifax International Airport, Dollar Lake typically gets a lot more snow than most of HRM. Volunteers with the club will groom the trails after adequate snowfalls.