Blue Mountain has a giant suspension bridge where you can snowshoe over a snowy forest

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Arrowhead Provincial Park Skate Trail

Price: $ 12.25 + per vehicle

When: January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 451, chemin Arrowhead Park, Huntsville, ON

Why you need to go: A 1.3-kilometer ice trail winds through the dense forests of Muskoka. They organize fire and ice nights where you can skate with lighted torches at night.

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Cranberry Skating Trail

Price: $ 12 + per person

When: Exact dates to be determined

Address: 1074, chemin Cranberry, Bala, ON

Why you need to go: You can hike about 12 acres of frozen cranberries on a 1.2 mile loop of skating trail. You can play hockey, enjoy an on-site wine tour or hike the snowshoe trails.

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RiverOak Skate Trail

Price: $ 13.50 per person

When: December (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 2900 York’s Corners Road, Ottawa, ON

Why you need to go: You’ll skate through orchards and forests on a 3.5-kilometer skating rink, surrounded by twinkling lights. Fireplaces and snacks are available.

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Spray Lake Ice Trail

Price: $ 25 + per person

When: January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 18205 Keele Street, King Township, ON

Why you need to go: This scenic ice trail is a 2-kilometer loop that winds along a frozen lake. There is also an ice rink which you can rent for a private skating.

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Rideau Canal Skateway

Price: Free

When: End of December or January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: Rideau Canal, Ottawa, ON

Why you need to go: It’s the world’s largest outdoor skating rink and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. The total length is 7.8 kilometers and winds through the heart of Ottawa.

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Richmond Green Skateway

Price: Free

When: December (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 1300 Elgin Mills Road. E., Richmond Hill, ON

Why you need to go: Skate through the trees on this 250-meter ice trail, with twinkling lights during night skating. It’s right next. to an arena for many parking options.

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Ice skating atop Woodview Mountain

Price: $ 17 + per person

When: December or January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 201 Scenic Caves Rd., The Blue Mountains, ON

Why you need to go: Take in the views of the Niagara Escarpment as you glide along a 1.1-kilometer ice path to the top of Blue Mountain. It is illuminated with thousands of lights during the evenings. Discover the ski slopes nearby!

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Nina’s Way at Kivi Park

Price: $ 10 + per person

When: December or January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 4472, chemin Long Lake, Sudbury, ON

Why you need to go: You’ll skate the park’s 1.3-kilometer ice trail, past a scenic birch forest. There are many other activities to enjoy, including Nordic skiing, snowshoeing and hiking.

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Skating Adventures in the Countryside

Price: $ 14 + per person

When: December (exact date to be confirmed)

Address: 16495 Sixth Rd., Moose Creek, ON

Why You Must Go: You can enjoy a 2 mile ice trail through a beautifully wooded trail. They also have snowshoe trails and a tube slide trail.

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Island Lake Ice Skating Trail

Price: Free

When: January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 673067 rue Hurontario, Orangeville, ON

Why you need to go: You can enjoy a scenic backdrop of trees as you skate along a mile-long outdoor skating rink.

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Colonel Samuel Smith Park Skating Trail

Price: Free

When: Open from November 27, 2021

Address: 3145, boul. Lake Shore. W., Etobicoke, ON

Why you need to go: You can skate a 250-meter figure-eight ice path through a park filled with trees and wildlife. The park is nestled on the shores of Lake Ontario.

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Laurentians valley skating rink

Price: free, donations welcome

When: January (exact dates to be determined)

Address: 2 chemin Henan, Pembroke, ON

Why you must go: This is a dream location to glide through a forest on the 1.5 kilometer skating rink. There are special events for night skating lit by sparkling fairy lights. A 2 km snowshoe trail runs along the skating track.

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