SIXTH ANNUAL North Shore Ski Trek


Wed-Sun March 7-11

$300 - plus a meal to share
Four nights at Bearskin Lodge.

Get your skis waxed up - it’s time to get ready for the Sixth Annual North Shore Trek. This year we are keeping it simple with just one trip. Four nights all at Bearskin Lodge, the premier cross country ski resort in the Midwest. You will ski right from your lodge onto the legendary trails around Bearskin Lodge. From here you can also ski to the BWCA, or the Banadad Trail. Skiers of all abilities are invited, ski as much or as little as you wish. There will certainly be people who ski at your pace and are fun to talk with. There will be some optional activities like skiing to Golden Eagle Lodge for tea and cookies, an evening star hike (hopefully with Northern Lights) and a ski into the BWCA.



Wed, March 7th - Start driving early morning

Wed. Noon - meet at Sugarbush Trailhead on Onion River Road - near Tofte

(We will ski the beautiful Picnic Loop)

For our Wed ski, pick up a single day Minnesota State Ski Pass at a Holiday Station on your way up. All other trail fees are covered for the North Shore Trek.

Thursday-Sunday - mainly ski/eat/sleep/repeat
(we will have a few optional group activities like a night hike, a ski into the BWCA, and a classic ski group lesson. We’ll see what we come up with)


Write check of

$300 to Kathy Mommsen
(by October 31st)

mail to

Kathy and Tony Mommsen

2770 Xerxes Ave S, Unit 102

Minneapolis, MN 55416

In the same envelope include the following info

Mailing address
Email address
Phone number

Dietary restrictions

Would you like to carpool from Mpls/St. Paul to the North Shore?

Is your car available?
If so, how many seats?
Do you need a ride?

We are doing food a little differently this year.  Carol Stephens and Randi Rood have volunteered to manage food assignments.

  1. Each cabin will be responsible for their own breakfasts.

  2. We will continue to have the large group dinners.  When we get closer to the date we will contact you with your food assignment. Each person will be responsible for one breakfast for their cabin of six people and will share part of one dinner for 10.

  3. Everyone will bring their own lunches.

North Shore Ski Trek
Questions to
Trip leaders Kathy and Tony Mommsen

For more photos and info, join the North Shore Trek Facebook group


North Shore Trek Map
A point to point ski adventure