Our day lodge is located in the parking lot, directly off Buck Flats Road. There is a woodstove, a kitchen and our ski library. 

The day lodge is kept locked unless members are skiing. Members can purchase a key for $5.

Non-members: If you need access to the day lodge, a key can be borrowed for a day with the purchase of a day pass at Pawesome Adventures or Country Wide Sports for a returnable deposit of $10. Keys are not available for purchase by non-members.

When you leave the trails, if there are no other vehicles in the parking lot, please check that the lodge is LOCKED. 



If you don’t have skis, come and use our AMAZING SKI LIBRARY.  The Club has 60 pairs of skis, boots, and poles that fit the smallest kids to the largest adults. Sizes may be limited during Jackrabbit sessions. 

The Ski Library is available free for members who do not have their own equipment, or for anyone wanting to use skate skis or no-wax scales for a day. 

Non-members pay a rental fee of $5 per item or $10 per day per person for the full set of equipment. 

Our two Baby Shuttles and Snowshoes are $5 per day for use at trails only.

MMNSC Ski Library Equipment

Day Lodge Bookings

The Day Lodge is available for bookings by members. Please check our policy page with pricing by clicking here. Bookings can include the use of the ski equipment, trails or just the lodge.

Skiers always have access to the ski library – even during a private booking.


MMNSC is happy to share our facilities with local schools. Bookings can include the use of the ski equipment, trails or just the lodge. Click here for school group booking policy and pricing. 

School and Group Bookings (PDF)


Our great little cabin is nestled on a meadow in the sub-alpine forest of Morice Mountain. Built by the club in 1989, it offers solid shelter for a winter retreat. You can be comfortable at -30C. The distance from the parking lot to this cabin is about 11km. The first 3.5km is on a groomed trail. Many people find it easier to ski to the first steep hill, at about 5 km, then snowshoe the rest of the way. Leave your skis and boots (in a garbage bag) here. People have made it on skinny skis and skins, but touring skis or snowshoes allow for a more controlled descent.

More info about the Alpine Cabin