This Town In Ontario Is Transforming Their Downtown Into A Gigantic Snow Tubing Hill And It Looks So Fun - Narcity

This Town In Ontario Is Transforming Their Downtown Into A Gigantic Snow Tubing Hill And It Looks So Fun

This is every snow lover's dream!

It's no secret that if there is any part of the world that accepts winter weather with open arms, it's Canada. While dropping temperatures and bundling up aren't necessarily everyone's cup of tea, Canadians make the most of the weather and set up some pretty extravagant events, though we have to say this one may take the cake. 

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The event is a part of a festival called Fire and Ice and is set in Bracebridge. The festival incorporates both "fire" and "ice" elements for the festival with fire artists performing throughout downtown as well as firepits. Of course, the main focal point is the "ice" aspect of the festival that includes the entire town coming together to transform their downtown into a massive snow tubing hill - no big deal.  

That's right, the main road in their downtown area gets transformed into a two-lane snow tubing hill that visitors can enjoy throughout the festival. It takes snow tubing to a whole new level! 

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It turns out it's not just the snow tubing hill that the festival hosts though as they also will feature a skating trail, road hockey tournament and vendors handing out treats such as Beaver Tails and maple syrup on a stick. Clearly, it's not an event you want to miss out on, who wouldn't want to be able to say they road a tube through town via the most insane manmade hill we've ever seen!? 

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If you are already inflating your snow tube in preparation, you'll have to wait until January 26th when the event finally happens. On the bright side, at least that means there will be tons of snow come late January! To learn more about the event you can visit the festival's website by clicking here

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