Pasadena Ski & Nature Park

Pasadena Ski & Nature Park

(709) 686-5515 (only when the chalet is operating)

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pasadenaxc@gmail.com (allow 48 hours for a reply)

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PO Box 209, Pasadena, NL,  A0L 1K0

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Welcome to the Pasadena Ski & Nature Park

Please respect the forest home of our plants, animals, and birds.  

Spring Mushrooms

2018 has been one of the coldest springs in memory so many of the spring wildflowers have not yet bloomed and will be found throughout much of June blooming with the early summer flowers. 

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Thank you to our club member, Henry Mann, for these Nature Program presentations.  Henry has prepared additional shows which we will publish as our summer season progresses.

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Henry retired in 2007 as Associate Professor of Biology and Environmental Science at Grenfell Campus, Memorial University of Newfoundland after 35 years of service.  He is a member of the Newfoundland Rare Plant Project team.  He was a major contributor of both text and photographs to a the Exploring the Limestone Barrens of Newfoundland, published by the Gros Morne Co-operating Association in 2016.

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If you would like to investigate the possibility of a nature walk accompanied by our keen volunteer botanist, Henry, please send an email to pasadenaxc@gmail.com and allow 48 hours for a reply.

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Pasadena Ski and Nature Park is a not-for-profit organization located in the Crown of The Valley, beautiful Pasadena, NL. Our park is a must-see tourist location and local attraction.

With over 18 kilometers of wilderness trails featuring breathtaking views and the wildlife of Western Newfoundland, our ski trails are groomed and tracked daily during our winter ski season. We also have 6 kilometers of groomed snowshoe trails for your enjoyment.

Our cozy chalet offers a comfortable place for guests to enjoy a hot cup of joe, tea or hot chocolate, and a snack by the fire. Everyone is welcome at our "home away from home".

The town of Pasadena is located approximately halfway between Deer Lake airport and Corner Brook, Western Newfoundland's largest population center.

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We ask that you do not walk your pets on our nature trails. IF you insist, then please keep your pet on a leash, and use poop-and-scoop bags that you dispose of back at your pet's home.  Pet poop spreads diseases that can kill wild plants, animals, and birds. Our town has a separate dog park in the area of William Seaward Park off Main Street.

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Click here for map and directions to our Chalet.