1) Ice Climbing Frozen Waterfalls in Elora Gorge
Looking for a physical challenge this winter? How about ice climbing frozen waterfalls? One Axe Pursuits offers its ice climbing classes for both beginners and experienced climbers at Elora Gorge in the town of Elora.
oneaxepursuits.com

2) Algonquin Dogsled, Ski and Snowshoe Adventure
Join the Best Winter Package in Canada, “Footsteps of the Pioneer”. This three-day Algonquin Park winter trip offers a sample of winter adventures, including dog sledding, back country skiing, and snowshoeing.
voyageurquest.com/winter-lodge/adventure

3) Ski like a Canadian in the Haliburton Highlands
Come glide into winter with this half day introduction to cross country skiing in beautiful Haliburton. Your instructors will guide you along scenic trails that are suited to your level of ability.
yoursoutdoors.ca/packages/ski-canadian

4) Arrowhead Ice Skating Trail in Muskoka
The Arrowhead Ice Skating Trail has quickly become one of the province’s most sought after winter ‘bucket list’ experiences. The 1.3-kilometre ice skating trail winds its way through the thick Muskoka forest, an absolutely stunning sight, and one that you won’t soon forget.
discovermuskoka.ca/iceskating-trail-arrowhead

5) Niagara Icewine Festival in Niagara Falls
For three weekends in January, the Niagara Region celebrates Canada’s iconic Icewine. This golden elixir has put the Canadian wine industry on the global map. Take part in incredible wine and culinary programs, including gala evenings and outdoor activities, like Icewine marshmallow roasting, ice sculptures, and live entertainment.
niagarawinefestival.com