Ramblewood’s Winter Sport Trails

Trail Map  Click map to enlarge.

               Winding winter trails through snow-covered spruce and fir forests.

  • Open to our guests and the public at no charge-Park at the office and check in so we know you’re out there
  • Only for non-motorized use
  • Cover 3+ miles on 180 acres
  • Accessible from our Lakeside and Hilltop cabins


Our groomed trails are a great place to start, and you can always try Prospect or Covell mountains if you want a more ambitious destination. Those mountain are accessible from the trails on our property. Other possibilities in Pittsburg include Johnson Memorial Park trails (park at the fire station, not groomed) or other places on the Cohos trail (Falls in the River could be pleasant). Off the packed trails, the snow will be deep and difficult to navigate with smaller snowshoes.

spring skiing with coyote tracks on our trails

Cross-Country Skiing 

Because we regularly pack down our trails, this is the best place in Pittsburg to use your skis. The trails are not tracked for classic at this time. We have a few hills which make the trails fun for intermediate skiers, and also some easier and shorter loops.


Fat Tire Biking

New for 2016. Visitors with fat tire bikes are welcome and encouraged to try them on our trails. While you’re in the area, Canada’s Parc de la Gorge in Coaticook  offers a 10k loop trail specifically for fat tire bikes.  They also celebrate a Fat Tire Festival in January  and are located just 40 minutes away. Visit their website for more information