Snowmobilers can leave right from the Resort and hit the province’s 1,200 km of groomed snowmobile trails. Take a ride through wide-open backcountry and old woodcutting roads now used for winter adventure riding. These trails provide access to the back country, which is impossible to reach at any other time of year.
Marble Mountain is known for its challenging landscape, abundance of snow and short lift lines. All terrain at Marble Mountain is open to snowboarders and skiers, including the largest terrain park and half-pipe in Atlantic.The vertical drop is the highest of any ski area in Atlantic Canada. Nearby Corner Brook is the snowiest city in Canada and Newfoundlanders are known for being the friendliest people in the world.
Humber Valley Resort is located a short drive from the Blow Me Down Ski Park in Corner Brook, which offers over 40 km of groomed trails, and the 18-km Pasadena Ski and Nature Park. Both have groomed trails and a base lodge.
A very popular outdoor past-time in the winter is snowshoeing. From anywhere on the Resort you can find an interesting route. Snow shoes can be purchased or rented locally.
Both Deer Lake and Corner Brook boast their own teams in the West Coast Senior Hockey League. For a taste of Canada’s national sport, take in a game at the Pepsi Centre in Corner Brook featuring the CB Royals or visit the Hodder Memorial Recreation Complex in Deer Lake to watch the Red Wings. You may be lucky enough to catch these two bitter rivals face off!
Take a family skate! You can choose from a well-frozen pond to indoor rinks. The latter are the Hodder Memorial Stadium in Deer Lake and the Pepsi Center in Corner Brook.
Your ski or snowboard adventure begins well above the tree line in the Blomidon Mountains, which is part of the Appalachian chain. The day includes fabulous skiing and riding and spectacular views away from lifts, line ups, and crowds.
The terrain ranges from intermediate to extreme slopes and can accommodate Telemark and Nordic touring skiers and sightseeing adventures. The only back country cat-skiing in Eastern North America.
Western Newfoundland has numerous ponds and lakes which are accessible in the winter. Many of are home to trout, which can make for a wonderful winter afternoon past-time, and an even better afternoon lunch! Non-resident anglers require a guide.
Stables in the area offer winter sleigh rides and winter trail riding.