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Hadn't been to Nitehawk this year and decided to go with several friends. The weather was rather nice as it was just above 0C. Ski conditions were very good for late March. Runs were well groomed and the hill was not busy. The beer was...More
The location near Grande Prairie is great as you can be there in 15 min from town. You actually ski down a valley towards the river so can head from top to bottom in a little over a minute. There is some variety of trails,...More
Nitehawk has an excellent MTB bike park during the spring/summer months. Shuttle runs in the early/late part of the season, chairlift running during the main season. In the last 2 years the trail crew has turned it up with both new trails and improvements to...More
Nitehawk's not going to wow you. If you can ski or ride half decent it's a 60 second ride to the bottom. There's one chairlift, and one t-bar. And there is a pretty good terrain park with more boxes/rails than I'd expect for a hill...More
We are avid skiers and spend 4 days per week at Nitehawk. Lots of variety with the runs to challenge skiers and snowboarders. Excellent lessons. Well patrolled by CSPS, Lounge food is excellent. Service slows a bit when the lounge is full. Great local hill.
I grew up in Grovedale and I have enjoyed skiing at Nitehawk for many years. Recently, I was given the fantastic opportunity to work there and what I learned is that the Nitehawk staff members are a family who work together to give the customers...More
Sure Nitehawk may be small and in a region thats about as flat as a pancake, but that also gives it its broad appeal..
For one, you get a lot of locals who come year after year giving it a more family friendly vibe.