It's that time of the year again where we are all going broke from the holidays, but still want to party during our short winter break. Well, would you believe me if I said that you can have to best of both worlds? Yes, it's true! You can still be young, broke, and restless while having an insane winter break!\nREAD ALSO: Top 12 Winter Weekend Getaways Near Montreal For Under $100\nYou may be asking yourself "how Emily? Montreal has nothing to do in the winter!" Well, to your benefit there are actually plenty of things to do in Montreal this winter! So, in order for you to have the most insane winter, I have compiled the ultimate Montreal winter bucket list that will blow your mind! Whether indoors or outdoors, Montreal always brings up their game!\nCross Off Igloofest From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Montreal Vibez (@mtlvibez) on Feb 8, 2016 at 4:44pm PST\nPrice: $15\nGo to Montreal's biggest outdoor winter party with all your friends this winter to part, dance, sing, and do it all again next week! The Igloo fest is all winter long every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday, so cross it off your bucket list once you have gone at least one day of every week!\nCheck out their website for more info\nCross Off Flying Yoga From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Nathalie Lambert (@natlambert) on May 26, 2016 at 9:04am PDT\nPrice: $20\n2070 Rue Peel Montreal, Quebec\nIt’s official, Montreal has anti-gravity yoga! You can now fly through the sky in Montreal at Club Sportif MAA. Some call it aerial yoga or zero gravity yoga but whatever you call it, it’s cool AF! Anti-gravity yoga is a new kind of workout invented by aerial performers. It involves performing a series of exercises inspired by yoga, pilates, and aerial acrobatics for a total-body workout. So book your class ASAP so that you can cross it off your winter bucket list!\nFacebook\nCross Off An Outdoor Spa From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by @snofieeg on Dec 6, 2016 at 10:26am PST\nPrice: $50\n124 Boul Labelle, Rosemère & Quais du Vieux-Port de Montréal, Rue de la Commune O\nPretend like you are getting a relaxing massage in Switzerland by heading to one of Montreal’s superb spas. If you want to feel like you are in secluded space, then I suggest trying Spa Le Finlandais. But if your heart is set on being on a boat, then check out Bota Bota! You get to relax in Montreal and see the city covered in snow once you go to their outdoor section. It's truly something you need to do ASAP this winter! The view is stunning!\nFacebook: Spa Le Finlandais & Bota Bota\nCross Off Le Ceramic Cafe From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by fancy pharmacist? (@melher15) on Oct 31, 2016 at 1:30pm PDT\nPrice: $35\n4338 St Denis, Montréal, QC H2J 2K8\nOne of my personal favorite places is Le Céramic Café. It’s a great place where you can create art, relax, enjoy food, and overall have fun! You can choose whichever mold you like and the fun takes off from there! It’s a great way to distract you from being broke and it's a great activity to cross off you buket list.\nFacebook\nCross Off Skiing From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Tremblant (@monttremblant) on Dec 4, 2016 at 6:01am PST\nPrice: $100\nEnjoy skiing like you are in Switzerland this winter break by heading to Mont-Tremblant Village! It is absolutely stunning in the winter and will blow your mind! It’s actually named #13 on the list of the top 25 best ski towns! It's only an hour away so there is no excuse for you to not cross if off your bucket list this winter!\nWebsite\nCross Off Sky-Venture From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Jess (@jeswroblewski) on Jul 20, 2015 at 8:54pm PDT\nPrice: $68\n2700 Avenue Du Cosmodôme\nVisit Sky Venture and experience the first ever free fall simulator in Canada! Instead of parachuting in the summer, stimulate the same activity in the winter and cross it off your bucket list! It’s the next best thing to a vacation!\nWebsite\nCross Off Paint The Nite From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Anastasia (@anastasia_sh21) on Sep 25, 2016 at 9:39am PDT\nPrice: $50 with Groupon\nI suggest checking out Paint the Nite this winter if you love painting and winter scenery. Montreal gladly hosts multiple events at local bars. Simply go on their website and choose an event, which has a specific theme, and buy your tickets. Here, you will drink up, paint, and share amazing memories as you look back at your beautiful paintings. It’s the perfect winter activity that you must try with your BFF!\nFacebook\nCross Off Pole Dancing From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by MilanPoleDanceStudio Montreal (@mpdsmtl) on Oct 1, 2016 at 6:33am PDT\nPrice: $30\n50 Rue Saint-Jacques\nWhy not step out of your comfort zone this winter and try pole dancing with your BFF! Not only is it a great workout, but it’s super fun and you will have a great time! I suggest trying Milan Pole Dance Studio where you can have fun, laugh at each other, and laugh at yourselves. This is something that needs to be crossed off everyone's bucket list!\nFacebook\nCross Off Cocktail Classes From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Grand Glam (@christymalanos) on Nov 22, 2016 at 4:25pm PST\nPrice: $40\n444 Rue Saint-François-Xavier\nGet drunk and go to Ateliers & Saveurs to make some fancy cocktails this winter! You will learn how to prepare tasty cocktails with professionals who will show you how to get drunk the right way! Instead of buying drinks, you will be making them!\nFacebook\nCross Off The Christmas Bar From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Leigh E. Wallace (@leighewallace_bhs) on Nov 20, 2016 at 8:41pm PST\nPrice: $15\nLe Miracle Montreal is opening a pop-up bar in the heart of Quartier Latin.This place will be decked out with bear skins, a fireplace, Christmas lights, Christmas music and TVs that will be playing all your favorite holiday classics.The bar officially opens on December 1st and last until December 31st so be sure to get drunk Christmas style this winter!\nCross Off Tubing From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Antonelle♢♡♤♧ (@2nelle) on Jan 23, 2016 at 10:39pm PST\nYou 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 so be sure to check it out and cross it off your bucket list!\nCross Off Skating From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Anna Conides (@annacon) on Mar 7, 2016 at 2:57pm PST\nPrice: $15\nThe Old Port skating rink seriously has it all: it’s got romance, fun, decorations, lights, and to top things off, it’s outdoors. It may not be the beach but it sure is fun especially in the winter! I mean common, who doesn't want to take an insta on the ice!\nofficial website\nCross Off Luminothérapie From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Ilinca Enache (@ilincaenache) on Dec 8, 2016 at 7:43pm PST\nPrice: FREE\nMontreal set up the 7th edition of the Luminothérapie light display downtown. Right now it is at Place des Festivals and looks cool AF! It’s called LOOp and it’s a new interactive display that mixes music and light to create a crazy experience like no other! You already know everyone is going to be obsessed with these so check it out first and cross it off your bucket list!\nCross Off Seeing Our Ugly Christmas Tree From Your Winter Bucket List\nA photo posted by Michelle Provencher (@michou_lapro) on Dec 8, 2016 at 10:55am PST\nPrice: FREE\nWell, why not!\nAdd mtlblog on Snapchat.