Honesty time: winter is not the best of seasons. It's not exactly my least favourite, but to say that I'm in love with all the ice, sleet, and snow would be a huge lie.\nREAD ALSO: The Merriest Christmas Song Playlist You Can Listen To During The Holidays\nThere are a couple of things I do love about winter, though, like the holidays (!), all of Montreal's above and beyond awesome winter events, and all the super fun activities there are to do in the city once the temperature drops.\nA video posted by @cath_girard on Jan 17, 2016 at 8:09pm PST\nLike ice skating, for example.\nAlthough there are tons of super popular - and fun! - ice skating rinks in the city, there's one gorgeous spot that just might be a little bit tucked away for some of us.\nA photo posted by Alexandre Thibodeau-Rouleau (@portraitdemontreal) on Dec 28, 2015 at 1:26pm PST\nI'm talking about the skating rink in Rosemont's Parc Molson, of course.\nA photo posted by Mathieu Bédard (@mathieubed) on Mar 5, 2016 at 9:53am PST\nThose of you who have been there before already know that this spot is seriously magical... but those of you who haven't had the chance to go yet? Well, strap on those skates and prepare for the time of your life.\nA photo posted by Florence (@flogauth) on Jan 24, 2015 at 6:21pm PST\nThe skating rink features tons of Christmas lights, and a lighted gazebo right in the center, for maximum good vibes.\nNo word on when the rink officially opens, but most skating rinks in the city are open around mid-December (ish), if the weather permits.\nA photo posted by Maryse Tremblay (@tremblaymaryse) on Feb 17, 2015 at 5:04am PST\nSounds like the chillest place ever to get your skate on? Then check out Parc Molson's Facebook for more information.