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Where to learn winter sports in Sudbury

Sudbury offers the perfect winter wonderland to try a variety of winter sports. For today’s post, the Panoramic Properties blog team has compiled a list of activities to try near our Sudbury Apartments.

 
Skiing and snowboarding

 

Skiing and snowboarding are two very popular winter sports. One popular place to go skiing and snowboarding is Adanac Ski Hill (744 Beatrice Crescent). This winter sport destination is around a ten-minute drive from Tiffany Place Apartments (1 & 44 Humber Court). You can also take lessons here if you are new to this winter activity. This hill features nearly 250 vertical feet of skiable terrain. Here you will also find a carpet lift and terrain park. After you are done on the runs, warm up in the spacious chalet.

 

Outdoor ice skating

 

Did you know that volunteers support over fifty neighbourhood ice skating rinks all throughout Sudbury? If you want to learn to ice skate this winter, head out to the ice skating rink nearest you with a group of family and friends that can help you get started.

 

Cross-country skiing

 
Walden Cross Country Fitness Club can help you learn to cross-country ski this winter. This club started in 1978 and has a reputation for being one of the province’s top cross-country ski trail networks. The club includes three trail systems located throughout the greater Sudbury area. Lessons are provided to help you get started. Don’t worry if you do not have cross-country skiing gear, the club offers rental equipment. To learn more about joining the club, call 705-692-2321 today.

 

Snowshoeing

 

Snowshoeing is a relatively simple winter sport to learn. This slower-paced activity is also a great way to enjoy the beautiful outdoors during the winter months. If you are looking for a spot to go snowshoeing with your friends, Panoramic Properties recommends Lake Laurentian Conservation Area (2309 South Bay Road). This scenic natural destination is only a fifteen-minute drive from Southend Apartments (1310 Nesbitt Drive). Here you will find over two thousand acres of protected conservation with snowshoeing and cross-country skiing trails.

 

If you have been considering learning a new winter sport this season, Panoramic Properties hopes today’s post gives you the extra encouragement you need to get started. For more information about our distinct Sudbury Apartments, visit our website today.