Guys, it's wintertime. I know, I know: the snow, the cold, and the ice might just make winter a little bit unbearable. But fear not, friends. Winter activities are here to save the day.\nREAD ALSO: There’s An “Igloo Rooftop Christmas Village” Close To Montreal And You Need To Go\nWinter activities like going skating, for example! Skating is actually super fun, and a total hallmark of wintertime. And thankfully for us, Montreal has got tons of awesome spots to go skating.\nGet Your Skate On At Atrium Le 1000\nA photo posted by Olaw Huiling (@huiling_olaw) on Nov 26, 2016 at 12:05pm PST\n1000 Rue de la Gauchetière O\nAlthough this isn't an outdoor skating spot, this rink is still super magical. Featuring beautiful decorations, lights, and a super fun vibe that cannot be beat, this hidden skating rink is one of the most awesome spots to get your skate on in the city.\nGet Your Skate On At The Olympic Stadium\nA photo posted by Marie Charest (@mariecharest) on Feb 21, 2016 at 3:55pm PST\n4545 Pierre-De Coubertin\nThe only thing more fun than a skating rink? A skating rink in Montreal's Olympic Stadium. The Big O turns into a beautiful winter village just in time for the holidays, complete with their beautiful, fun outdoor skating rink.\nGet Your Skate On At The Old Port\nA photo posted by Joy Cunningham (@joysie_poysie) on Nov 12, 2016 at 6:22am PST\nAt this stage in the game, I'm pretty sure we all know about the glorious outdoor skating rink in the Bonsecours Basin of the Old Port. But any skating rink list in Montreal would be incomplete without mentioning it; it's that much of a staple, and it's legit that much fun.\nGet Your Skate On At Jarry Park\nA video posted by Gabriella Papadakis (@gabriellapapadakis) on Mar 4, 2015 at 8:08pm PST\nJarry Park is beautiful any time of year, but in the winter, something legit magical happens: everything freezes over, making for one incredibly special and gorgeous skating experience.\nGet Your Skate On At Beaver Lake\nA photo posted by Karina Sonaglio (@karinasonaglio) on Mar 23, 2016 at 6:26am PDT\nLocated on Mount Royal, near the chalet and pretty much right in the middle of one of Montreal's most awesome natural spots, Beaver Lake is gorgeous 12 months out of the year. It's particularly special in the wintertime, though, when it turns into a frozen adventure, basically.\nGet Your Skate On At Parc Maisonneuve\nA video posted by Agnez Rejane (@agnezrejane) on Jan 17, 2016 at 5:29pm PST\nSeriously, how much fun is Parc Maisonneuve? During the summer, Parc Maisonneuve is perfect for jogging and biking. In the winter, it turns into a wintertime activity hub, even having iced-over trails for people to go skating on, so you can skate through the park with ease.\nGet Your Skate On At Bleu Blanc Et Rouge\nA photo posted by Marc-Andre Jobin (@maj41) on Jan 11, 2016 at 9:58am PST\nThis hockey-themed spot in Montreal's Verdun was created by the Montreal Canadiens' Children's Foundation, and is legit the perfect spot for any avid hockey lover during the winter. So, go ahead, grab some hockey sticks and get turnt... On ice.\nGet Your Skate On At Park Lafontaine\nA photo posted by Loic (@lltphotographie) on Jan 14, 2016 at 5:01am PST\nOne of The Plateau's most gorgeous spots gets even more awesome during the wintertime, thanks to the huge lake situated in the park which turns into a super fun skating rink once the temperatures drop.\nGet Your Skate On At Park Jean-Drapeau\nA photo posted by Charles Richer (@chuckyul) on Feb 21, 2016 at 4:32pm PST\nYou might think that Parc Jean-Drapeau is only to be explored during the summer. But I've got news for you, friends: it's even more fun in the winter time. The ice skating rink is more like a huge ice trail, so you can explore the area while you skate!\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.