Enjoying Winter in Thunder Bay is as Canadian as it gets

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Winterfest Skating at Marina Park
A pair of skaters enjoying the ice to themselves at Prince Arthur's Landing - photo by Lynda Henshell

THUNDER BAY – The essence of winter fun in Northern Ontario is the many outdoor activities that people participate. Skating, sliding, skiing, or just a walk in the brisk outdoors that leaves your cheeks all rosy red are a massive part of the Canadian experience.

The snowfall on Friday led to the joy of the weekend with the opening of ski runs at Loch Lomond. But across Thunder Bay people were out enjoying the winter wonder.

NNL’s Lynda Henshell was out on Saturday capturing some of the fun that fellow residents were having as winter returned to our city.

Skating at Marina Park
A pair of skaters enjoying the ice to themselves at Prince Arthur’s Landing – photo by Lynda Henshell
sliding at chapples
Emma enjoys a smooth ride down the hill at Chapples Park – Photo by Lynda Henshell
Having fun at Balsam Pit
Having fun in the real ‘reality’ there isn’t an app as fun! Sliding at Balsam Pit – Photo by Lynda Henshell
Back up the hill at Balsam Pit
Back up the hill at Balsam Pit – A rosy cheeked sledder enjoying the fun – Photo by Lynda Henshell

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