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Winter Must Do Activities In Edmonton

19.01.14 |
Greetings Edmontonians! 2019 is the start of a new year, which also means Jack Frost is here to greet us as well. During this time of year, there are usually two kinds of people in the world: Those who embrace winter and those who lock themselves away until the snow melts. For the latter, these fun activities will surely get you off your “cold feet”. So throw on some warm layers, grab a cup of hot cocoa and don’t forget the mittens!

Explore the Ice Castles - December 31 to March 10
 

Head down to Hawrelak Park for an awe-inspiring ice spectacle that would even make Elsa’s jaw drop! This award-winning frozen attraction features breathtaking sculptures, tunnels, thrones and more! Don’t miss the opportunity to see this icy spectacle! 



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Boardwalk Ice On Whyte - January 24,25,26,27,31 and February 1-3


Think you have what it takes to make the best ice sculpture? If so, head down to the Boardwalk Ice on Whyte festival in the heart of Old Strathcona. Experience a ton of fun without the sun with food trucks, ice carving lessons, outdoor games and more! 

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Legislature Segway Tour December 8 - January 31

Like lights? How about Segway’s? Then the Legislature Lights Segway tour from River Valley Adventure Co. sounds like the perfect activity for you! Enjoy wonderous views and the beautiful landscaping of the Alberta Legislature Grounds. Just be sure to stay under the speed limit. 

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Get Your Skate On

Get your Mcdavid on and get ready to drift across the City’s best outdoor skating rinks. Experience the best scenery Edmonton has to offer and skate through the Victoria Park Oval. This 400m Olympic sized track is the perfect romantic getaway with its gorgeous display of illuminating lights and gorgeous backdrop of Edmonton’s river valley

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Don’t forget to check out the Meadows Recreation Centre if you’re in need of a quick skate – just a five-minute drive from Maple Crest.

Hit the Slopes!

Who else was waiting to shred this winter?! Ski or snowboard through Edmonton’s largest ski and snowboard resort with one of the best terrain parks in Western Canada. Need some lessons? Don’t worry, Rabbit Hill offers lessons for all ages and abilities so you don’t have to go down the hill looking like a total wreck. 

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Snowshoe or Cross-Country Ski in Southeast Edmonton’s Natural Playground

Think walking in winter is easy-peasy?
Then challenge yourself by snowshoeing or cross-country skiing through Maple Crest’s trails and walkways! We’d love to see you challenge it, so give us a shout-out on Facebook or Instagram and we’ll be sure to give you a shout out!