Montreal To Host “Colourful Night Light Tubing Festival” This Winter
Slide through a land of winter magic and wonder.
Guys, tubing is bae. Have you ever gone tubing? There's legit no more fun winter activity (in my book) than going flying down an icy mountain in a rubber tube.
Actually, the only thing more fun than that is going flying down an icy mountain in a rubber tube at night, as colorful holiday lights glow literally everywhere.
If that sounds magical AF to you, then I've got some great news. You can actually participate in this wonderland of light and fun this winter, thanks to Parc Jean-Drapeau's 2017 Fete Des Neiges.
The Fete Des Neiges features tons of super fun winter activities, like skating and dog-sledding, but one of their most famous activities is tubing.
You can go propelling down a huge snow mountain with 12 separate paths (so you can go down at the same time as 11 other friends, probably!), overlooking downtown Montreal.
At night, the tube sliding activity takes a turn for the magical, with glowing lights and super fun views.
This year, the Fete Des Neiges takes place in Montreal's Parc Jean-Drapeau between January 14 – February 5, 2017.