Can’t stand the cold? Here are 7 winter activities that’ll change your mind and your mood

Whether you’re planning to spend the season enjoying the great outdoors or the great indoors, Canadian Tire has everything you need to Bring On Winter fun. From winter activities the whole family will enjoy to tips on building the ultimate home gym, Canadian Tire has the gear you need to stay active this winter, both indoors and out.

Father and son going sledding
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If you despise winter, we completely understand. Between the subzero temperatures, messy weather and precarious driving conditions, it’s not always a walk in the park.

That said, the term “winter wonderland” didn’t come from nowhere. Not only can the season be visually stunning, there are endless fun activities you can only enjoy during winter. (Skijoring anyone?) Snow and ice are often seen as a deterrent but today, we’re making a case for winter.

As the temperature dips and you start to experience the first crisp blasts of winter weather, instead of holing up inside to wait out the season, try turning your attention to all the fun cold weather activities you’ll be able to enjoy. Getting out there and playing in the snow is a great mood-booster, and the perfect antidote to winter blues. In fact, with a little effort, you just might be surprised to find yourself becoming a winter person—or at the very least, less inclined to hibernate until spring.

Here are seven winter activities that even the most ardent winter-haters will have to admit are pretty darn fun.

Winter isn’t always easy, but Canadians know how to make the best of it, and Canadian Tire is here to help. Whether you’re looking for tips on dealing with messy winter weather or fun outdoor activities to keep kids active, Canadian Tire has everything you need to Bring On Winter this year, so you can embrace all the fun and excitement the season has to offer.

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