You Can Glide Past Snow-Capped Trees At This Toronto Skating Trail Next Month

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Toronto Senior Staff Writer
You Can Glide Past Snow-Capped Trees At This Toronto Skating Trail Next Month

Start sharpening those skates, because you’ll want to glide down this icy trail as soon as it opens.

Toronto’s Evergreen Brick Works skating rink is planning to open next month, and you can glide through a wintery wonderland.

The rink is scheduled to open December 12, 2020, and it will run every weekend during the winter, as well as Boxing Day and Family Day.

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The open-air skating area winds through native plant gardens, and it's one of the most picturesque places to skate in the city.

You can glide beneath exposed beams and past snow-capped trees for a magical winter adventure.

Afterwards, warm up with food from the Saturday Farmers Market and drinks from the Sipping Station.

Skating is free, and you must book a time slot online in advance before visiting.

Skate rentals are available for $5 a pair, and you can even schedule a lesson to get the most out of your experience.

Drift through a dazzling winter wonderland at this skating spot next month.

Evergreen Brick Works Skating Rink

Price: Free

When: Planning to open December 12, 2020

Address: 550 Bayview Ave., Toronto, ON

Why You Need To Go: Skate your way past snow-capped trees at this picturesque ice trail.

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