Snow Trek – 1st Annual Winter in motion

Sunday, January 17, 2010

As the mercury plunges and the snow begins to fall, your first instinct may
be to hibernate until spring. But, get up off the couch, put down the
remote, and discover the real potential of Winnipeg’s winter by joining us
at the first annual “Snow Trek – Winter in motion”.

It promises be a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family to get outside
for some cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, skating, tobogganing and
walking. No Experience, No Problem! We are offering FREE cross-country ski
instruction and guided snowshoe hikes. No Equipment, No Problem! We will
have a limited supply of FREE cross-country skis & snowshoes for you to use
(ID required) at all four locations. Too Young, Too Old! No such
thing…Everybody Welcome!

Come out and explore the new cross-country ski trails and winter walkways
available in Winnipeg – from The Forks to Assiniboine Park and out to Fort
Whyte Alive – over 50 kilometres of groomed ski trails!

What: Snow Trek – Winter in motion
When: Sunday, January 17, 2010
Time: 12:30 – 3:30pm
Where: FOUR locations to choose from:
Assiniboine Park Duck Pond
Bourkevale Community Centre (100 Ferry Road)
Fort Whyte Alive (Free admission for the event)
The Forks
Who: All Welcome!
Cost: FREE!

For more information and a detailed schedule check out or call Winnipeg in motion at 940-3648.

See you on the trails!


Snow Trek – Winter in motion is a community event put on by the Assiniboine
South in motion Committee and community partners – Thank you!


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