Is anyone else a winter enthusiast? If you love the cold, and the thrill of winter activities, you are going to love the list we have created! Read below for 5 outdoor winter activities you can do in Sudbury.
Living in Canada for the winter comes with one requirement: skating at least once in the winter. When winter hits and ice begins to form on ponds or lakes, it’s time to strap up your laces and head outside for an exciting day of skating with friends or family! If skating by itself isn’t thrilling enough for you, embrace your Canadian identity and crack out your hockey stick and puck for some outdoor shinny. Check out Ramsey Lake and Nina’s Way Skating Paths for the best outdoor skating rinks!
2. Horse Drawn Sleigh Rides
Who said outdoor winter activities had to be fitness related? While the holiday season is over, that doesn’t mean you should stop living in a magical winter wonderland! At Wagonwheel Ranch, you can enjoy a horse drawn sleigh ride with hot chocolate and a bonfire to fulfill all your wintery needs. To plan for a private sleigh ride at Wagonwheel Ranch, click here.
3. Winter Camping
Have you gone camping in the summer? If you have, how much different would it be if you went in the winter? Winter camping encompasses spending nights in canvas tents that are heated by a wood stove. If you’d prefer to upgrade from a tent, you can always book a winter cabin or cottage, so you have access to all amenities like electricity, running water, and heat. Wherever you decide to camp, winter camping is an eye-opening experience for anyone who likes to camp in the summer. If you are looking for a place to camp this winter, look up Windy Lake Provincial Park today!
Snowshoeing seems like something straight out of a historical movie, but the reality is that you can still partake in snowshoeing today. Head down to Kivi Park, where you can rent snowshoes for the day, as well as choose a trail to walk through. If you’re a more experienced snowshoer, you can travel on the longer paths. If you are trying snowshoeing for the first time and would like to get accustomed to wearing snowshoes, you can choose a shorter path to practice on.
Did you know that snowmobiling has been a popular sport in Sudbury for over 30 years? This is why many trails in Sudbury are dedicated solely to snowmobiles. In Sudbury, there are 3 main trails you can travel through: Chiniguchi Wolf Loop, Rainbow Elk Loop, and Cartier Moose Loop. While traveling through these trails, you can take time to view the beautiful snowy scenery, as well as enjoy the excitement of snowmobiling!
After spending time in the cold, why not settle down in a comfy, warm, and accommodating hotel? The Quality Inn Sudbury is the perfect location for those who are visiting Sudbury for these outdoor winter activities. To book your stay, call us at (705) 675-1273.