There's A "Garden Of Light" Skating Rink In Ontario You Can Road Trip To This Holiday Season

Okay, I know I'm going to regret saying this in a few days, but guys, I'm actually super excited for winter.

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Can you blame me? The city is gearing up to turn into one seriously magical winter wonderland; the holidays are just around the corner; and super fun winter activities, like ice skating, will soon become part of our daily lives.

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And if you're a fan of outdoor skating, like a whole lot of us are, then have I got some awesome news for you.

Gage Park (45 Main St S, Brampton, ON), in Brampton, Ontario - about a 5 hour drive out of Montreal - is seriously beautiful during the winter time, and happens to turn a whole path of the park into the most fun skating rink you've ever been to:

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The skating rink at Gage Park is currently closed, but usually opens some time in December.

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And if you happen to find yourself in Brampton before then, make sure to stop by Gage Park for their free tree lighting ceremony, on November 18 from 6 PM - 8 PM.

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If this sounds like the perfect way to make your holidays happier, check out Brampton's website for more information.

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Montreal's Beaver Lake Is An Amazing Place To Go Skating (18 Photos)

A secluded and beautiful spot for an awesome winter activity.

It's true that winter in Montreal can be kind of harsh. But we're Montrealers; we've been dealing with winter for a while, so we know how to do it right.

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Prepare to have your breath taken away by the world's biggest skating rink.

Guys, it's winter. It's kind of gloomy, kind of cold, and all in all, it's not that awesome. Unless, of course, you've got the world's biggest skating rink to glide upon and explore.

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Not only is it the biggest in Canada but also the world.

Alright, guys, you've got to admit  that Montreal's got some pretty solid ice skating rinks (was that even a pun? I don't know. It was terrible. I'm sorry.)

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What:

Winter firework show

When:

December 10,17,24 and January 7, 2017, at 8:00 PM.

Where:

Old Port skating rink.

Alright, guys, I'm calling it: winter is here. It's snowy. It's cold. It's icy... And we don't even have the holidays to look forward to anymore.

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But don't worry; not all is lost. Montrealers know how to adapt to the winter, and we've got tons of awesome things going down to combat the winter blues.

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Like the super fun "winter fireworks festival" going down in the Old Port on Saturday, January 7.

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If this sounds like a super fun event, that's because it is.

Basically, starting at 8:00 PM, everyone's favourite skating rink (AKA the Old Port Skating Rink) will turn into the perfect backdrop for a super fun, wintery firework show.

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The skating rink itself will be illuminated, too, so whether you're actually skating or just watching the show, you're in for some highkey gorgeous sights.

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The Natrel Fire On Ice event is free to attend, but normal skating rink rates still apply.

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If this sounds like the most fun you can have while skating, then check out their website for more information.

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