Snowtubing Adventure at the Horseshoe Valley Resort

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Travel Portal shows how much Ontario has to offer in the winter educates and encourages visitors with quality articles and interviews on how to explore new horizons, to get out there and discover the world - locally and abroad, to connect with people from different cultures and to open themselves up to new experiences. In addition to providing practical money-saving tips and destination information, this website intends to foster tolerance and understanding for people from other places and other cultures.

Travel and Transitions publisher Susanne Pacher recently visited Barrie for a weekend excursion and found out about all the great winter activities that can be enjoyed in Ontario. From skiing, cross-country skiing, skating, snow tubing, snowboarding to snow-mobiling, ice-climbing and dog-sledding, Ontario offers are a variety of fun activities that people of all ages can enjoy. Ontario has more than 120 cross-country ski areas, offers more than 43,000 km (26, 000 miles) of interconnected, uncongested snowmobiling trails and one of the best known skating opportunity in Ottawa on the 7.8 km long scenic Rideau Canal. Almost all Ontario cities, towns and villages have indoor and outdoor skating rinks.

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