Croy Nordic was possible because of a unique collaboration and partnership between the BCRD and the private and public owners of Croy Canyon who include, Croy Canyon Ranch Foundation, the City of Hailey, the Blaine County School District and the Simons Family. In addition, key partnerships with the Sun Valley Ski Education Foundation and the Wood River Land Trust contributed to making Croy Nordic a reality. Special thanks as well to John Gaeddert of Corp. for Land Planning & Engineering.  The BCRD operates this trail system west of Hailey, Idaho.

With 9km of trails, a warming yurt, sledding hill, and a separate skiing area for dogs, this Nordic destination is wonderfully convenient from town and a great winter gathering place for the whole community. Located at the base of Lion's Park in Hailey, Croy Nordic is another example of great partnerships at work creating affordable, accessible and quality recreation for all.

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Croy Nordic complements the work and efforts of the City of Hailey and the Wood River Land Trust in the enhancement of Lion's Park and Draper Preserve, areas that form the Hailey Greenway. With the introduction of the Bow Bridge by the Wood River Land Trust, the city of Hailey is now truly connected to its unique river environment in both the winter and summer seasons. Residents and visitors can experience this greenbelt and enjoy hiking, biking, softball, nordic skiing, snowshoeing and nature walks along the boardwalk.

Croy Nordic is open daily from dawn to dusk. To ski the Croy Nordic Trails, purchase a BCRD Nordic Trails Season Pass or purchase a Croy Nordic Day Pass for $10. 

More trail information on Croy Nordic is available under "Croy Nordic" on the BCRD winter trailink site.  This site offers virtual gps trails, elevation information, descriptions, grooming, and weather information for all Sun Valley region cross country and snowshoe trails throughout the Wood River Valley.


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