Hardwood Ski and Bike, at Oro Station, will re-open its trails to the public on Jan. 6. On Christmas Day, the chalet was devastated by fire causing the building and most of the contents unusable.
Skiers will need to bring their own gear and use their own cars for getting ready and staying warm, but portable washrooms will be available.
“This is the first step in a long journey to full recovery,” said Gareth Houben, Hardwood Ski and Bike president and general manager. “I am optimistic that Hardwood, with the support of our community, will be back stronger than ever before.”
The NordiKids programs have been postponed one week and will begin on Jan. 13.
Visit www.hardwoodskiandbike.ca for updates.