Monday, January 16, 2012

20 adventures to try this winter-Ryan Stuart

“20 adventures to try this winter”

Twenty ways to make the most of the cold Canadian winter

By; Ryan Stuart

The one thing that people dread most about Canada is our cold winters. It is a time of year were you feel like you just want to curl up by the fire with a warm blanket and not come up of your house till spring. We are very lucky here in Canada because we have so many activities that we are able to do during the winter. So instead of staying indoors this winter season you should try an activity from this article

This article is exactly what it says in the title. It gives you a list of 20 different outdoor activities you can participate in this winter time. I enjoyed this article because it gave me many different options of winter activities that I can do. The list of activities is varied which is nice because it gives you a lot of options you could choose from. I also learned about many different activities I had never heard of before. For example I learned about a winter triathlon, which is when you skate10 laps of a one-kilometer outdoor oval then do 10 kilometers of cross-country skiing followed by a five-kilometer run. The nice thing about this article is that it offers you the price of the activities and where you can do them. If you are on the website you can even open the links to the different activities. Be able to know the price is helpful because you will be able to know if it is realistic if you can participate in this activity for not.

I would recommend this article to other people to read. It can give you different ideas for things you can do this winter. You may even learn about activities that you had never heard of before. Even if you may not do anything of the things on the list it is an easy and good read. It can give you ideas about future activities that you may want to do or something that you may want to work towards in the future.

Rating: ****

Explore magazine/November 2010 issue

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