The Runs

The Runs

Explore the diverse terrain Alpine is known for. From the beginner runs close to the clubhouse to The Steeps on the North, we cater to all levels of ability.

120 acres – 760 feet elevation 37 runs

Alpine is proud to offer the most runs across all private ski clubs in Ontario. Our pistes progress in difficulty lift by lift to suit every ability level, from first-time skiers and snowboarders to seasoned experts.

The protected beginner area is steps from the clubhouse, served by a Magic Carpet that permits independence for even the youngest athletes. Next up is the Arrowhead Chair, serving easy and intermediate terrain, followed by the Summit Chair with intermediate to difficult runs.

A quick skate over to the North side’s Millennium Chair showcases the diversity in Alpine’s terrain. From here, choose intermediate or difficult runs, or head over to the Club’s terrain park. If you’re still looking for a greater thrill, continue on to the Steeps Chair with its five extreme double black diamond runs and adrenaline-inducing views across Georgian Bay. 

For the freestyle aficionados, Alpine is home to the last remaining competition-size half pipe in Ontario, which has produced three athletes and coaches who have gone on to compete in recent Olympic Games as well as countless other athletes who have used our pipe as their home training ground over the years. 

Regardless of your chosen equipment or ability level, Alpine has something for every winter sports enthusiast.

Explore More.

Looking for an alternative to skiing and snowboarding? Alpine is home to an extensive network of marked snowshoe, cross-country ski and hiking trails. Alpine’s very own snowshoe committee works hard year after year to maintain these spectacular routes for all to enjoy.

Tuck Shop

Visit the Tuck Shop at the Club and show your Alpine pride wherever you go, on and off the slopes, with our limited-edition apparel and merchandise collection.