Loch Lomond Travel Guide
Loch Lomond Ski Resort
- Nearest town: Thunder Bay
- Resort Altitude (metres): 442m
- Ski Season: November to April.
- Mountain Range: NorWester Mountain
- Number of Lifts: 3
- Highest Lift (metres): 442m
- Lowest Lift (metres): 213m
- Number of Slopes: 14
- Snowboarding: Yes. Loch Lomond offers a terrain park and pipes and whether a beginner or expert you are sure to find something to satisfy your adventurous spirit.
- Cross Country (km): No
Loch Lomond Ski Information
: For the days when skiing is not on the agenda take a trip to Thunder Bay and visit the museum where there are displays showing the tools with which the regions first people survived. There is also some really stunning Ojibway and Cree beadwork, a full sized wigwam and relics from the great fur trade. Or you could lock yourself in a 1910 prison cell Visit a reconstruction of an authentic fur trade post which is situated at Old Fort William where you will also find a colourful cast of characters to make the visit more entertaining. Or you can spend a relaxing time shopping in Thunder Bay.
- Languages: English French.
- Temperatures: minus13°C
- Driving: Driving is on the right hand side
- Emergency contact numbers: All Emergencies 911
- Population: 109,016 (Thunde
- Religion: Interdenominational
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The Apres Ski scene at Loch Lomond offers restaurants, an indoor pool, health club, lounge and sports centre plus shopping.
Loch Lomond is located in the beautiful Thunder Bay area and offers wide open slopes for skiing and snowboarding. The resort not only has great slopes and great skiing, but offers a variety of events and activities to make your visit either relaxing or energetic. Loch Lomond offers great races to watch or get a tube and ride down the hill, whatever you plan you are sure to have great fun.
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