When the temperature falls and the snow begins to arrive, it’s
time to embrace the spirit of winter adventures in Sudbury.
Take in the crisp clean air and wide-open spaces as you discover a winter wonderland across the city on foot, skates, snowshoes, skis, fatbike, or sled.
Put on your winter boots, strap on some snowshoes, or hook into some skis and make your way through a shimmering winter landscape. Enjoy Lake Laurentian Conservation Area, Kivi Park, Windy Lake Provinicial Park or many Rainbow Routes Association trails.
Once the ice is ready, lace-up for an open-air skate on the Ramsey Lake Skating Path or skate through the trees at Kivi Park on Nina’s Way Skate Path or enjoy a quiet evening under the lights skating on the oval at Queen’s Athletic Field, a favourite family activity.
Experience outstanding scenic vistas, fresh snowfalls, and well-groomed trails by checking out one (or all 3) of these Loop tours! Check out these three amazing loops that will make some amazing snowmobiling adventures in and around Greater Sudbury.
With 330 lakes in Greater Sudbury, the options to find a great fishing hole are endless. Whether you’re fishing offshore or prefer the comfort of an ice hut, there are plenty of options to get outside to try ice fishing in Sudbury. Family Day weekend is also one of several weekends annually when Ontario residents can legally fish anywhere in the province without a valid license. Learn more >>>
Bundle up for a horse-drawn sleigh ride adventure through a scenic winter wonderland at Wagonwheel Ranch, and enjoy a bonfire stop in the woods where you can cozy up to a crackling fire and roast your favourite treats.