It's easy to do the same thing over and over again once the cold hits, which is why we've made a list of 20 winter activities in Quebec, to make sure you make the most of the season!\nFind out where your next winter adventure could be below!\nVisit MTLBlog for more headlines.\nIf you're like me, you've likely started a bit of a Quebec winter bucket list, with tons of things to do across the province during this special and snowy season. Well, if you're a snow lover, this list is for you because it's got 19 winter activities to do in Quebec that will get you off the couch, out of the house and into the great, white outdoors. It's an action-packed list!\nThere is a solid mix of high-adrenaline, somewhat extreme activities below, like scaling an icy canyon.\nBut I've also included a good number of significantly more chill activities, like hitting up a winter wonderland spa or going ice fishing.\nA lot of these activities can also be done in pretty much any region across Quebec.\nSo, all you have to do is decide which activity you want to do and then just decide where in Quebec you want to explore next!\nTo perfect the occasion, why not rent an adorable Airbnb where you can crash in the woods blanketed by snow?\nIt sounds like it's time to rent a car and take an adventure! Take a look at some awesome bucket list ideas below.\nGo On A Dogsledding Adventure\nView this post on Instagram Cute!! Baby Husky...#husky #traineauachien #dogslife🐶 #winterincanada #petstagram #chiot #lovedogs #dogoftheday #instadog #dogstagram #huskypuppy #huskiesofinstagram A post shared by luna_dancer (@lunarosa_dancer) on Dec 3, 2019 at 2:08pm PST\nWhen: December - April, weather permitting\nWhere: All over Quebec!\nWhy: Travel in this time-honoured tradition with a pack of dogs leading the way as you wind through a winter forest, your breath puffing out in front of you as you twist through the snowy trail.\nPlus, there's almost always puppies.\nFind out more here!\nClimb Over An Icy Canyon\nView this post on Instagram Belle journée pour partir à l'aventure ! #projetvertical #canyonsainteanne #viaferrata #viaferrataquebec #viaferratahivernal #tyrolienne #lovenature #lovemondays #awesomenature #natureisawesome #natureisbeautiful #natureisamazing #naturelovers #natureaddict #lovewinter #awesomeearth #awesomeplace #beautifulplace #amazingplace #amazingpeople #quebec #quebeccanada #adventures #aventure #trailadventure #trailadventures A post shared by Alexa Quesnel (@alexadery) on Feb 23, 2016 at 8:35am PST\nWhere: The Via Ferrata cable climbing course through Canyon Sainte-Anne in Beaupré, near Quebec City.\nWhen: By reservation, visit Projet Vertical for details.\nWhy: This is the world’s third uninterrupted Via Ferrata, which is a steel cable circuit that allows even beginners to reach ridiculous heights.\nGet more info here!\nReach Record Speeds While Tubing\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Céline Le Calvé (@linec7795) on Jan 1, 2020 at 6:02am PST\nWhere: Super Glissades, 2650 Route Louis-Cyr (Route 131 Nord), Saint-Jean-de-Matha\nWhen: Monday to Thursday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.Friday and Saturday from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m.Sunday from 9 a.m. to 6pm\nWhy: The Super Glissades tubing course will have you reaching speeds up to 100km/h.\n(If you're looking for something a little more quaint, maybe try this toboggan ride in Quebec City instead.)\nBut Super Glissades is open evenings on weekends and often will be open late all through March Break, so you can even do some night tubing!\nGet the details here!\nBuild An Igloo Or A Snowman Army\nView this post on Instagram Voici l’igloo By Prosneige ! Pas mal non ? Here is the igloo by Prosneige! Not bad right? . . . #igloo #snow #ice #prosneige #prosneigemeribel #skiinstructor A post shared by ⛷Prosneige ❄️ (@prosneige) on Jan 8, 2020 at 9:19am PST\nWhere: Anywhere with snow!\nWhen: You don't have to wait for someone to start singing the Frozen soundtrack, just grab a shovel and go for it.\nWhy: Igloos are a time-honoured shelter method in the wintertime that be surprisingly warm and protective of winter elements. Plus, they're fun to hang out in!\nSee how to do so here!\nGo On An Adrenaline Pumping Snowmobile Ride\nView this post on Instagram Voici des circuits de motoneige qui vous feront profiter de la neige abondante sur plus de 3000 km de sentiers entretenus et balisés en Gaspésie. La boucle des portes de la Gaspésie, 190 km, se fait en une journée. Elle relie Mont-Joli, Saint-Damase et Sayabec et comprend la montagne Saint-Pierre renommée pour ses fantômes de neige, les éoliennes de même que la montagne du Radar, offrant au sommet une vue grandiose sur 360 degrés. 📷Donald Bélanger. #gaspesie #gaspesiehiver. . . . #exploreqc #explorecanada #quebecmaritime #quebecbythesea #quebecoriginal #quebeccotemer #snowmobile #snowmobilequebec #motoneige #motoneigequebec A post shared by Tourisme Gaspésie (@tourismegaspesie) on Jan 7, 2019 at 12:55pm PST\nWhere: There are tons of snowmobile trails all over Quebec just waiting for you to zoom through on a snowy day, along with a bunch of companies linked below that can help with rentals and instructions.\nWhen: Whenever you can escape the city!\nWhy: If you can't find yourself a sled and some dogs, this is definitely your next best bet. You can feel like a Bond villain speeding through the forest.\nFind out more here!\nGo Ice Fishing\nView this post on Instagram #labaie #pecheblanche #quebec #canada A post shared by @ h.thibault91 on Jan 1, 2020 at 2:39am PST\nWhere: All over Quebec! Find a list of outfitters linked below.\nWhen: Conditions are usually most favourable in January and February.\nWhy: Called "pêche blanche" in Quebec, this is another winter activity we can thank Indigenous ancestors for introducing to settlers, and current Indigenous communities for keeping the tradition alive across the province.\nGive it a try - it's like nothing you've ever done before!\nFind out where to go!\nLuminotherapie\nView this post on Instagram A post shared by Brittany Sterling (@bsterling) on Jan 10, 2018 at 7:52am PST\nWhere: Place des Festivals, 1499 rue Jeanne Mance, Montreal\nWhen: Until January 26, 2020\nWhy: You don't have to leave Montreal to find yourself enamoured with the snow all around.\nRead all about it here!\nHave an old-school snow adventure by snowshoeing\nView this post on Instagram Journée en raquettes a ste-adèle :) #snowshoeing #snowshoe #winter #outdoors #hiking #hikingquebec #rando #raquettes #nature #trails #picoftheday #arcteryx A post shared by chrisrochon69 (@chrisrochon69) on Jan 7, 2020 at 8:41am PST\nWhere: All over Quebec!\nWhen: Whenever and wherever there is snow!\nWhy: Snowshoes are yet another tried-and-true method of getting around the snowscapes of winter in Quebec. Though you don't have to use the big, old, wooden ones - there have been some upgrades.\nIf you have your own equipment, this map will show you all the free snowshoeing tracks in Quebec.\nIf you're trying it all out for the first time, there are tons of outfitters that offer rentals, instructions and guides, in any region you're eager to explore.\nGet more info here!\nTake It Slow While Cross-Country Skiing\nView this post on Instagram [ 🎿Absorbés par la forêt 🌲] . . [ 🎿 Absorbed by the forest 🌲] . . _________________________________________ A r r o n d i s s e m e n t / b o r o u g h Ahuntsic-Cartierville . . ▫Instagram: @ac_genial . . ▫Site officiel: ville.montreal.qc.ca/portal/page?_pageid=7957,88435594&_dad=portal&_schema=PORTAL _________________________________________ #parcsdemontreal #mtlparks #ahuntsic #mtlmoments #montreal #ac_genial #fifty_shades_of_nature #jj_snow #natureinthecity #natureenville #snowstagram #jj_seasons #total_seasons #rsa_landscape #tv_landscapes #raw_landscape #total_landscapes #montrealwinter #hiveramontreal #rsa_winter #tv_winter #jj_winterspotter #raw_winter #snö #snø #schnee #tv_allnature #raw_allnature #crosscountryskiing #skidefond A post shared by E R I C L A P L A N T E (@regardsurmontreal) on Jan 7, 2020 at 6:05am PST\nWhere: All over Quebec!\nWhen: As long as the snow lasts.\nWhy: Another slow-and-steady way to see some nature and get some awesome exercise. If you're living in Quebec, you've got to try ski de fond at least once.\nIf you're in Montreal, give it a try right on Mount Royal with Les amis de la montagne.\nIf you're trying it out for the first time, there are tons of outfitters that offer rentals, instructions and guides, in any region you're eager to explore.\nGet the deets here!\nTest Your Skills On A Fat Bike\nView this post on Instagram Une p’tite ride de bike sur la rivière gelée?! Envoye donc! #sepaq #hautesgorges #quebecoriginal #narcityquebec #quebecenphotos #rivieremalbaie #moncharlevoix #explorecanada #fatbike #fatbikelife #gooutdoors #paysagesqc #winteractivities #onserejointdehors #womenwhoexplore #fillesdunord #national_park_photography A post shared by Mathilde 🌎🇨🇦 (@mathilde_tr_) on Feb 7, 2019 at 9:26am PST\nWhere: All over Quebec!\nWhen: Fatbiking is not just for the winter! You can actually rent and ride fat bikes all year round.\nWhy: While a lot of these activities have been around forever, fatbiking is a relatively new phenomenon that is picking up popularity pretty fast.\nIf you're trying it out for the first time, there are tons of outfitters that offer rentals, instructions and guides, in any region you're eager to explore.\nFind out more here!\nRelax In A Jacuzzi As It Snows\nView this post on Instagram ❄️ A post shared by BALNEA réserve thermale (@balneaspa) on Mar 12, 2019 at 8:45am PDT\nWhere: Rent an Airbnb with a hot tub for a private oasis, or go full-out and spend the day at a winter wonderland spa.\nWhen: As long as the snow lasts - though most spas are open year-round.\nWhy: Whether it's for an après-ski or a girls day out, visiting a spa is a great way to stay warm while being in the great, wintery outdoors.\nRead our spa article here!\nSkate Away On An Ice Trail\nView this post on Instagram 2019 | jungle boréale ✨ #lostintheforest #iceskaters #naturalicerink #fairyland #borealforest #quebecoriginal #winters #explorecanada #natureaddict #breathofthewild A post shared by jessica • far and wild (@jesscussy) on Jan 3, 2019 at 9:33am PST\nWhen: Dependant on the weather. Keep yourself well-informed on ice thickness when skating on open bodies of water.\nWhere: There is no shortage of spots to go skating all over Quebec, from municipal rinks to lakes and rivers.\nWhy: Feel like a woodland princess as you glide through a snowy forest or embrace your inner speed skater as you circle around the rink - skating delivers on all the fantasies.\nPlus, more and more rinks are introducing fun themed music nights, like up on Mount Royal and down in the Old Port.\nFind out more here!\nTake A Winter Road Trip\nView this post on Instagram Home Sweet Home 🏘 - #montsthilaire #winterwonderland #mountains #dronephotography #dronestagram #phantom4pro #canada #igersmtl #mtlblog #chuch #river #skyview A post shared by Benjamin (@ben_dipwrap) on Mar 24, 2019 at 2:38pm PDT\nWhere: All over Quebec! Stay up to date on weather and road conditions.\nWhen: The next time the desire to hit the road strikes you!\nWhy: If you love the snow but hate getting stuck in it, opt for a little winter roadie instead.\nThis way you can take in the most that the naturally beautiful Quebec landscape has to offer, from the warmth of your car!\nCheck out where to go here!\nVisit The Iconic Ice Hotel In Quebec City\nView this post on Instagram Winter vibes - Hôtel de glace ❄️ #pvtcanada #pvt #pvtistes #travelblogger #travel #thediscover #chignonblond #montreal #montrealcity #canada #canadalove #nofilter #roadtrip #roadtripcanada #quebec #girlstrip #hoteldeglace #hoteldeglacequebec #valcartier #iceicebaby #icehotel #canadatravel #canada_gram A post shared by Chignon-blond (@chignonblond_) on Dec 6, 2019 at 10:01am PST\nWhere: 1860 Boulevard Valcartier, Quebec City\nWhen: Visits until March 29, 2020; Overnights until March 21, 2020\nWhy: This is the only true ice hotel in Quebec and it is worth a visit, whether or not you stay overnight.\nPlus, the grand opening on January 17, 2020, will feature a DJ, fireworks and circus performances!\nGet more info here!\nTake A Hike In A Winter Wonderland\nView this post on Instagram Au sommet du mont Orford, il y a cette petite passerelle qui donne un point de vue assez incroyable pour les couchés de soleil A post shared by jean-philippe baillargeon (@jeanphilippebaillargeon) on Dec 12, 2018 at 9:12am PST\nWhen: Whenever skies are blue!\nWhere: Try one of these boardwalk trails that will lead you to stunning winter views.\nSépaq is also making 14 national parks free of a day in January, including Mont Orford, pictured above.\nWhy: You can enjoy rare free admission on the Journée d'Hiver this January 25, 2020. But, the cost of admission to stroll through Quebec's natural beauty is totally worth it on any other day.\nFind out more here!\nFestilumières\nView this post on Instagram #serrano_artfoto A post shared by MGserra💗💙 (@mg_serra) on Mar 11, 2018 at 6:19pm PDT\nWhere: Aquarium du Québec, Quebec City\nWhen: Saturday nights from January 11 to February 29, 2020\nWhy: Wander through a magical lighted forest that will feel like you've been transported to another world.\nRead all about it here!\nStroll Through Vieux Quebec\nView this post on Instagram ❄️ L’hiver en avait marre d’attendre son tour, il a débarqué cette nuit sur Québec ! Le Vieux-Québec et plus particulièrement la rue du Petit-Champlain sont magnifiques sous la neige ! 😍 #petitchamplain #quebec #quebeccity #quebecoriginal #explorecanada #tourismequebec #qcaccent #vieuxquebec #oldquebec #expatlife #francaisaucanada #villedequebec #neige #winter #hiver #qcmoments #igersquebec #quebecjetaime #clichéquebec @quebeccite @tourismequebec A post shared by 🇫🇷 Sarah | Expat' au Québec 🇨🇦 (@plusoumoins30) on Nov 12, 2019 at 11:49am PST\nWhere: Explore rue Saint-Jean, Old Port, Petit-Champlain and Place-Royale.\nWhen: Whenever you can escape Montreal!\nWhy: Not everything needs to be full-tilt adrenaline. Maybe you just want to stroll through the snowy city, sip some cocktails and explore the amazing restaurants.\nPlus, the old part of the city is a UNESCO World Heritage site... So bring a camera.\nFind out where to go here!\nHit The Slopes\nPosted by Tremblant on Friday, October 27, 2017\nWhen: Most hills are now fully open for the season, so take your pick of when and where!\nWhere: All over Quebec!\nWhy: A classic activity that honestly is a must on any winter bucket list.\nWhether you're a seasoned skier or it's your first time on a snowboard, this is a winter pastime that you'll never regret learning.\nGet ideas about where to go here!\nVisit A Cabane À Sucre\nView this post on Instagram Thank you for taking us to cool places Meapi & Pooki ❤️❤️ 📸: @twofoodphotographers/@alisonslattery A post shared by Fiona Khan (she/her) (@fionakhanphotography) on Apr 11, 2018 at 9:35am PDT\nWhere: All over Quebec!\nWhen: The season usually begins near the end of February until mid-April.\nWhy: Sure, we'll have to wait until winter is almost over to participate in this classic Québécois tradition. But, if you're making a bucket list, a cabane à sucre better be on it.\nFind out more here!\nI hope this inspired your winter bucket list. It sure has made me feel like it's time to rent a car and get the hell out of the city!\nWe strongly advise that before you go swimming or visit any location, you check the most recent updates on potential hazards, security, water quality, and closures. If you do plan to visit a location, respect the environment.