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Duck Mountain Ski Hill History

Duck Mountain’s long history goes back to Kamsack— the Crocus Hill and the Bill’s Hill in partnership with the Happy Valley Ski Club in the 1950s. It was not the same back then, but people’s love and passion for skiing have grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years.

In the 1960s, skiing moved to Kendal Hill, east of Kamsack and then expanded to the Fire Tower Hill in Duck Mountain Provincial Park. By this time, the audience was growing, and a larger hill was needed to cater to the growing demands of Canadians.

So potential hills were located in the south end of Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Committed efforts by the local government and citizens of the neighborhood resulted in setting up our current location.

We proudly remember it as the beginning of the Duck Mountain Ski Area, where skiing first occurred around the 1978-1979 winter season.

About us

Duck Mountain Ski Hill History

Duck Mountain’s long history goes back to Kamsack— the Crocus Hill and the Bill’s Hill in partnership with the Happy Valley Ski Club in the 1950s. It was not the same back then, but people’s love and passion for skiing have grown by leaps and bounds in the past few years.

In the 1960s, skiing moved to Kendal Hill, east of Kamsack and then expanded to the Fire Tower Hill in Duck Mountain Provincial Park. By this time, the audience was growing, and a larger hill was needed to cater to the growing demands of Canadians.

So potential hills were located in the south end of Duck Mountain Provincial Park. Committed efforts by the local government and citizens of the neighborhood resulted in setting up our current location.

We proudly remember it as the beginning of the Duck Mountain Ski Area, where skiing first occurred around the 1978-1979 winter season.

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DIRECTIONS TO THE HILL

From Kamsack, SK
    • Leave Kamsack on Hwy 5 heading east for 8 km.
    • Continue east on Hwy 57 for 14 km to Duck Mountain Provincial Park.
    • Follow hwy 57 into Park and turn south on Ski Hill Road. (watch for road signs and our large business sign.
    • Follow Ski Hill Road for 12 kms to arrive at Duck Mountain Ski Area
From Manitoba
    • From Hwy 83 (Travelling south from Benito, MB or north from Roblin, MB) turn onto Hwy 57 and enter Duck Mountain Provincial Park in Saskatchewan.
    • Travel 3 kms to Ski Hill Road. (Watch for signs)
    • Follow Ski Hill Road for 12 kms to arrive at Duck Mountain Ski Area
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