Yes, it's still really cold out there, but there's a lot of fun to be had outdoors in Winnipeg at any time of year. Get bundled up, grab your friends or family and get outside to enjoy the final days of winter in Winnipeg! Here are our best ideas for getting outside on wintery days.

Go skiing or snowboarding

Because Winnipeg is often still quite chilly in late winter, skiing and snowboarding are still on the table. There are countless great skiing and snowboarding options in and around Winnipeg. Our favourites include Stony Mountain Ski Area, Falcon Ridge Ski Slopes, Holiday Mountain, Windsor Park Nordic Centre, and Springhill Winter Sports Park.

Enjoy Kendrick’s Outdoor Adventures

If skiing and snowboarding aren’t your thing, but you love the beauty of the great outdoors in winter, Kendrick’s Outdoor Adventures is just the ticket! Run out of The Forks and Pineridge Hollow in Winnipeg, they offer fat bike, ice bike, ice trike, and snowshoe rental so you can get outside and get moving solo, with friends or family.

Check out your local snow maze

Who knew that corn mazes offer a great way to get outside and get in the winter?! Just 15 km south of Winnipeg you’ll find Amaze in Corn, the world’s largest snow maze spanning 30,000 sq ft. It takes about 45 minutes to navigate so dress accordingly! There’s also fire pits, snow sculptures, a snow climbing hill, a toboggan run, horse-drawn sleigh rides and an ice bar on site!

Go tobogganing at FortWhyte Alive

In the city limits of SW Winnipeg, you’ll find some of the best tobogganing Winnipeg has to offer! Get in line for FortWhyte Alive’s tobaggan slide with your friends or family. While you’re there, go for a snowy hike or snowshoe through the wilderness.

Unwind at Thermea by Nordik Spa-Nature

If you are in need of some rest and rejuvenation, take it outside! Thermea by Nordik Spa-Nature is the perfect place to pamper yourself this winter in Winnipeg. The gorgeous spa features outdoor hot and cold pools and thermotherapy. They even have an amazing onsite restaurant to visit after your spa experience!

We hope these outdoor activity recommendations help you enjoy what remains of winter in Winnipeg!

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