Winnipeg, well known for its cold winters, is a great place for outdoor ice skating. Numerous city parks in Winnipeg offer free public outdoor ice skating on frozen rivers and frozen ponds, toboggan / snowtube slides, hockey rinks, curling rinks, snowboard venues, snowshoeing / cross country ski trails, etc.
December 29, 2012: Figure skating on Assiniboine Park's frozen duck pond. Toboggan Hill is located at Nature Playground by the duck pond. The park also has extensive cross country ski trails.
St. Vital Park
December 27, 2012: Ice walk on St. Vital Park's frozen duck pond.
The Forks Canopy Skating Rink
December 27, 2012: Skating with music at The Forks.
Skating on Rivers
December 27, 2012: Wanna skate on the world's longest skating trail on frozen rivers? Come to The Forks Historic Port to access to this thrilling experience! Hockey and curling rinks are also on the rivers!!
December 26, 2012: Outdoor skating rinks are available at Central Park by Winnipeg Knox United Church.
December 30, 2012: Besides its famous Witch Hut, Kildonan Park also has public outdoor ice skating.