Get creative this Valentine’s Day with a date outdoors, no matter what climate you live in.
Grab some gloves and a scarf and head out for some cold weather fun on the ice.
You and a friend will take a ride on the Mountain Coaster, and go snow tubing and ice skating. Then, take a 2-hour snow shoeing tour with hot cocoa served along the trail. You’ll explore frozen waterfalls and ancient, old-growth forests. Must be used during the 2013-2014 season.
Being cooped up all winter long is no fun at all. The best way to fight cabin fever is to get off the couch and brave the cold to visit some of these area ice skating rinks. Whether you can dance on ice or end up wobbling even when clutching the wall, ice skating is a great way to spend time with friends and family.
A program is teaching kids to figure skate. Also, we introduce you to the man behind Auctionopia.
One city program makes sure girls have a place to learn by putting them in skates and on the ice.
Who says you have to stay indoors and hibernate during the winter? Whether you’re itching to get out and keep active or you need some motivation when the temps drop, we have a great list of places you can head to. Keep moving and get fit!
The ice rink in the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden is reopening for another season of skating on the National Mall.
Discover the beauty of ice skating at one of the best Baltimore area skating facilities. Chose from the Mount Pleasant Ice Arena, Reisterstown Sportsplex, Skateland Orchard, “Mimi” DiPietro Family Skating Center and the Ice Rink Facility and Public Skating.