World Snow Day Celebrations in Ontario

World Snow Day Activities & Events Up North in Ontario

Sunday January 20, 2019 is the eighth annual FIS World Snow Day!

And where better celebrate it than in Ontario Canada.

Here’s where and what you can do to C E L E B R A T E  S N O W !

OFFICIAL WORLD SNOW DAY EVENT:

World Snow Day Offer at Scenic Caves

Scenic Caves Suspension Bridge - winter

Scenic Cave’s iconic Suspension Bridge is southern Ontario’s longest footbridge at 420 ft.

Valid: Sunday January 20, 2019. Open 9am – 5pm (last ticket sold at 3:30pm).

Free youth day trail pass and equipment rental with purchase of one adult day trail pass on Sunday January 20, 2019.

  • Youth: age 6-17
  • Equipment rentals:  first-come, first served
  • Reservations are not required.
  • Coupon must be presented to receive the discount (mobile screen coupons not accepted).
  • Weather permitting

Click the image to download the coupon:

Scenic Caves World Snow Day 2019 coupon

Scenic Caves World Snow Day


OTHER EVENTS AND ACTIVITIES THAT INVOLVE SNOW:

Ski, Shop, Apres-Ski and more – it’s MLK Weekend at Blue Mountain Village and Blue Mountain Resort

The 23rd annual Martin Luther King Ski weekend returns to Blue Mountain Village with on and off-hill celebrations, themed activities, comedy shows and après ski parties. January 18 – 21, 2019.

Blue Mountain Village & Blue Mountain Resort - January activities

Blue Mountain Village Events

MLK Ski Weekend @ Blue Mountain Resort


*The goal of World Snow Day is to encourage children, families and everyone to take part in snow related activities like skiing, snowboarding, snowshoeing and other physical activities outside in the snow (but not too active if you don’t want to be!). There are opportunities for all levels of skill in all these activities, right down to no experience. In fact, if you’re new to snow, this IS the day for you to get outside and try something new while having fun. *


Moonlight Snowshoeing at Horseshoe Resort, Saturday January 19
(plus other dates)

Perfect for the whole family!

Horseshoe Resort - Moonlight Snowshoe

Enjoy a 2km guided moonlight snowshoe through the forest. Snowshoeing at night is a special winter experience. Afterwards, warm up by the fire while you roast marshmallows and sip on some hot chocolate.

Moonlight Snowshoeing Details and Dates


Guided Snowshoe and Chili Cookout @ Snow Valley Resort, Saturday January 19
(plus other dates)

Enjoy the serenity of a guided snowshoe tour. Your guide will point out some of the natural features and wildlife of the area. Then come together around a roaring campfire and enjoy a steaming bowl of homemade chili and local craft beverages, s’mores & more! A true Canadian Experience. This event can be enjoyed by everyone and will be spectacular under the stars.

Snow Valley Resort - Moonlight Snowshoe & Chili Cookout

Honeycomb Drop into the Bowl Tour @ Snow Valley Resort, January 19-20

Visit Honeycomb Cereal in front of the Chalet between 9am-5pm for a FREE bowl of delicious HONEYCOMB cereal with BIG honey taste and to customize your very own sticker for your ski or snowboard gear!

Honeycomb Drop Into The Bowl Event Details


Moonlit Snowshoe @ Abbey Garden, Monday January 21

Explore the Abbey Gardens property under the light of the full moon. You will travel through the fields and forests of Abbey Gardens during this peaceful walk. It’s an amazing experience. Cost is $10 per person. Monday January 21st from 7pm-9pm. Snowshoe pairs available for rent for $10 per pair if required.

Moonlit Snowshoe Event Details


Oh and it’s also the night of the Super Blood Wolf Moon.

We also feel you should know that there is a special rare cosmic event this weekend that will make night snow activities pretty cool. On Sunday January 20, going into Monday January 21st, there will be a lunar eclipse. This night there is also a super wolf moon. The full wolf moon will be at it’s closest point of orbit to Earth. A super moon will appear larger and brighter and this case, red.

The next super lunar eclipse is in 2021.

The eclipse will be visible to much of the Western Hemisphere, including Canada, the U.S., Mexico and South America on Sunday, Jan. 20, and finish early Monday, Jan. 21 (ET time).

Read the Global News news piece to learn more about the Super Blood Wolf Moon


We hope you enjoy World Snow Day! Remember, there are lots of fun things to do, you just gotta poke around.

You can find more places to ski, snowboard, snowshoe, hike and have snow much fun on our Ontario Ski Report page:

Ontario Ski Report


FIS World Snow Day Mission (from their Facebook page)

To reverse the general decline in youth participation in snow sports
To support and encourage involvement, together
To create a new channel to reach the younger target groups
To bring newcomers to snow whilst offering extra value to those who already participate

400eleven.com supports this mission!