7 Activities to Do this Winter
Are you totally depressed with the weather of the past few days? Do not despair, winter is not over yet and there are plenty activities to enjoy it to the fullest. Try at least one of the 7 activities to do absolutely this winter!
1- Attend a winter festival
Awesome shows, stunning activities, a delirious atmosphere, Québec's winter festivals have everything to warm your heart and make you forget the cold! Here is a small list of must see:
Igloofest 2017 (Montreal) -January 12 to February 19
(photo credit: Igloofest)
Fête des Neiges 2017 (Montreal) - January 14 to February 5 (photo credit: Fête des Neiges)
Winter fun (Sainte-Adèle) - January 17 to February 24
(photo credit: Winter fun)
RikiFest 2017 (Rimouski) - January 28 to February 18
(photo credit: RikiFest)
Nuits Polaires (Trois-Rivières) - February 4 to 25
(photo credit: Tourisme Trois-Rivières)
Montréal en Lumière 2017 (Montreal) - February 23 to March 11 (photo credit: Montréal en Lumière)
2- Explore national parks
Discover the magnificent scenery of the province of Quebec covered with snow. Whether snowshoeing or cross-country skiing, the different regions offer a perfect mix of peace and quiet. Note that on February 18, SÉPAQ offers free access to 13 of Québec's national parks. The perfect opportunity to explore a new region!
3- Skate on the best skating rinks
Put on your skates and try the finest skating rinks of the province. Hot chocolate is always better after a good skating session! An activity to do with friends, family or lovers!
4- Go on a snowmobile adventure
Quebec is full of beautiful snowmobile trails. Obtain a trail map and leave for an adventure! Did you know that Hôtels Gouverneur Rimouski offers a snowmobile package? You have to try it!
5- Try one new winter sports
6- Have fun on the snowy slopes
Whether you are on a small slope in your neighborhood park or at a ski center, experience the thrill of sliding down the snowy slopes. We recommend Ski Chantecler if you want to enjoy a nice day ok skiing and snowboarding. Just a few minutes from Sainte-Adèle and an hour from Montreal, its 22 trails, including 8 lit trails and snow park offer families and thrill seekers a fun-filled time on evenings and weekends.
7- Warm up in a spa
Snowflakes coming down the sky, a little snow covering the landscape, the heat of a hot spa ... how not to fall in love with winter at a spa! Try at least one of the 10 most beautiful spas in Quebec this winter.