Township of

Kiwissa Ski Hill

Residents Community Services Kiwissa Ski Hill

Kiwissa Ski Hill – Messages in 2021


January 29, 2021 – The Township of Manitouwadge Kiwissa Ski Hill – It’s more than skiing and snowboarding. It’s our livelihood, it’s our local community, it’s the reason we thrive in winter. Stay home, our season is in your hands. #SkiONRideON




  • 10 Challenging Runs
  • 94 M Vertical Drop
  • Ski and Snowboard Rentals
  • Spectacular View of the Town
  • Snow Making
Trail Name Length Degree of Difficulty
Angel 475 m Most Difficult
Devil 400 m Most Difficult
Girl’s Run 420 m Most Difficult
Main 380 m More Difficult
Pine 375 m More Difficult
Glade 480 m Easiest
Centennial 550 m Easiest
Bunny 800 m Easiest
Practice Hill 129 m Easiest
The 614 1000 m Easiest


Safety and Risk Awareness

Please visit the Safety and Risk Awareness link below with Ontario Snow Resorts Association.

Safety and Risk Awareness


How Kiwissa Got Its Name

“In the fall of 1956, at one of their first meetings, with 12 members in attendance, they came to a deadlock as to what should be the name chosen for the ski hill. There were 6 votes for “Manitouwadge Ski Club” and 6 votes for “Kiwissa Ski Club.” The latter name honouring a local Ojibway trapping family was chosen. They didn’t record how the tie was broken, but “Kiwissa Ski Club” was accepted unanimously as the new name.” -Taken from: Manitouwadge Cave of the Great Spirit. Author: Pauline Dean