24 Photos That Show How Breathtaking The Toronto Waterfront Is In The Winter
It's totally worth trading sandals for skates!
Winter can bring with it a lot of negatives, and not just in terms of temperature. From delayed commutes to icy storms, it's easy to forget the beauty of the season. The city is completely transformed into a glistening snowy wonderland during these months, and it's too pretty not to get outside and enjoy. Take a trip to Toronto's winter waterfront to experience some stunning frosty views.
During the summer months, the waterfront is the perfect place to suntan, play volleyball, and run barefoot through the sand.
The wintertime brings with it a whole new world to explore. You can enjoy glassy ice rinks and incredible snowy scenery all along the shoreline.
lets you glide along while enjoying a view of frozen Lake Ontario. There are DJ skate parties every Saturday night with glowing lights and a variety of tunes.
brings a unique feature to the waterfront with tons of giant art installations. Wander along the frozen beach and take in the exhibits set upon a snowy white backdrop.
Ontario Place is also hosting a, and you can explore interactive light installations near the snowy shoreline.
Grab a hat and mittens and head out to Toronto's snow-covered waterfront this season.
Winter Stations At Woodbine Beach
Winter Stations has some incredible art installations along the beaches to warm your heart on the coldest days.
This rosy spot gets even sweeter in the snow.
Harbour Square Park
Gaze for miles across this frozen paradise.
No matter where you are on the lake, the views promise to be stunning in the winter.
You can see Toronto in all its frozen glory from this spot.
Humber Bay Arch Bridge
If you're daring enough to brave a winter walk, this bridge will bring you right up close to the city's glassy waters.
Scarborough Crescent Park
This snowy park stretches out into Lake Ontario in the most beautiful way possible.
R. C. Harris Water Treatment Plant
These icicles make Toronto look like an arctic wonderland.
Take in the Toronto skyline from this frosty spot.
Winter may bring with it some struggles, but scenery like this makes it all worth it.
Glide down a figure-eight skating trail beside Lake Ontario.
Humber Bay Park
This park is completely transformed during the snowy season.
You may need to trade your lemonade for a hot chocolate when enjoying this spot in the winter.
The frozen lake will have you snapping pictures all day.
Toronto Music Park
This glistening white park by the water looks like something out of Game Of Thrones.
These ice formations are so magical.
Skate along this waterfront rink to enjoy some of the best winter views.