Brunello XC

Changes for 2023:

Brunello Range: Beginner Friendly,  easy terrain, artificial snowmaking area, illuminated for night skiing, Brunello Range Pass required for skiing outside of lessons.  ~1.5 km loop

Natural Snow Loop: Intermediate Terrain. One steep decent with turn and hill climbing required for returning. ~1.5 km loop

SCOTIA XC is delighted to partner with The Links at Brunello to groom their golf course trails, whenever snow conditions permit. SCOTIA XC club members are welcome to ski on the cart paths as part of their membership. Non-members can purchase a trail pass directly from Brunello. The club-house and facilities (washrooms, food and bar service) are available when the Pro Shop is open –you must check in and introduce yourselves as Club members. If the Pro Shop is closed, you are welcome to ski with a headlamp at your own risk.

XC Skiing is just one of several winter activities that take place at Brunello. Please check out their website for other family friendly activities.

Brunello is also one of the few places where XC Skis (skate and classic, adult and youth) can be rented for those friends and family members wants to join in the fun.

SCOTIA XC Ski Trails

Natural Snow Loop

The grooming of the Loop/Cart paths is evolving with the construction happening at Brunello. We will try to keep this info up to date here.

The Natural Snow Loop will be groomed at Brunello XC when there is enough snow. This trail is groomed for skate skiing. Classic skiers are welcome as well, but the trails are not wide enough for a separate classic track. No walkers permitted.

Always stay on the groomed trails.  Skiing on the fairways is not permitted.   Please don’t cut across the fairways at any point. We are Brunello’s guests and want to avoid any damage to their greens, fairways or tee-boxes. Dogs are not permitted on groomed ski trails.

The Brunello Range

Our illuminated, artificial snowmaking set-up has moved from the former Snow Bowl location to the Brunello Range. This is wonderfully ahead of schedule in the grand plan and should provide a very pleasant skiing experience this winter. As opposed to the Snow Bowl, which required significant snow depth, the Brunello Range is a low-snow, grassy area that should provide for more consistent snow coverage, even when Mother Nature isn’t co-operating. The Brunello Range is good for Beginner and Intermediate skiers. Our lessons are held here and members who purchased the Brunello Range Pass, are welcome to use outside of lesson hours.

Be sure to pick up this year’s SCOTIA XC RANGE pass wristband the next time you visit Brunello. Brunello staff have asked for an easy way to identify members who have bought this optional pass.

Didn’t purchase a Brunello Range Pass?…No problem.. email SCOTIA XC and we can get you added on.

It is the ONLY grass area that SCOTIA XC members are permitted to ski on at Brunello. This may be different than other golf courses you are used to skiing at.