Stockeld Park's Nordic Ski Trail

Open from 25th October 2018 – 7th January 2019 for our Halloween and Christmas Adventure seasons our Nordic Ski Trail takes a 1.2km path through the magical illuminated Enchanted Forest.

The nordic ski track is parallel to the forest trail and the journey is breathtakingly beautiful as it meanders past fantastical illuminated sculptures and around the stunning lake, brought to life by colour changing light effects and new for this year, a dancing illuminated fountain plus other mystery surprises.

The gentle trail is designed to give novices an introduction to the sport, using authentic Nordic ski equipment, and because the track is artificial, there is no reliance on the white stuff! We recommend it for anyone aged 6 and up (although it can be quite tiring for little legs!)

To Nordic Ski at Stockeld Park you will need a Skate & Ski Ticket

Online Booking Options for Nordic Skiing:

  • You will need to buy an Upgrade Skate & Ski Ticket after buying a Forest and Maze Ticket. (Available for all Dates)

On The Day Options for Nordic Skiing:

  • Upgrade Skate & Ski Ticket after buying an Illuminated Forest & Maze Ticket (Available for all dates)
  • Skate & Ski Ticket (Available for all dates)

* See our calendar for opening exceptions

Useful Information

What to wear

Waterproof clothing, gloves and thick socks are recommended – gloves are available to purchase in the shop.

Ski Boots

We provide ski boots for use with our skis.

– Our ski boots range from child size 10 to adult size 13.

Supervision

All minors should be accompanied at Stockeld Park by a responsible adult. We advise that children less than 6 years of age should not ski.
All children under the age of 8 should be accompanied on the ski track by an adult (18 or over) – up to a maximum of 5 children per adult.
All children aged between 8 and 17 should be accompanied by a responsible adult in skis on the ski track or walking along the parallel forest trail.

 

Nordic skiing is NOT suitable for pregnant women, anyone with a heart condition or anyone still recovering from an injury.