Skating Trail & Park Conditions

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Conditions Variable

Arctic Glacier Winter Park and Manitoba 150 Trails

  • Rink Under the Canopy
  • Hockey Rink at CN Stage
  • Crokicurl
  • Manitoba 150 Trails
    • Trails near CN Stage
    • Trails across rail bridge
    • Upper Trails

More info about the Arctic Glacier Winter Park and Manitoba 150 Trails

Manitoba 150 River Trail

  • The Forks Port Rink
  • Red River Sections
    • The Forks Port to Queen Elizabeth Way
    • Queen Elizabeth Way to Churchill Drive
    • Churchill Drive to St. Vital Bridge
  • Assiniboine River Sections
    • The Forks Port to Donald Street
    • Donald Street to Legislature
    • Legislature to Osborne Bridge
    • Osborne Bridge to Hugo Docks

Always Use Caution

Look out for warning signage while skating. Conditions can change quickly due to weather, especially when it is warm, or after a snowfall.

January 28

Foggy in the morning.

  • -6°
    high
  • -11°
    low

Precipitation: 6% snow
Humidity: 89%
Wind: 5.8 km/h

January 29

Foggy throughout the day.

  • -4°
    high
  • -12°
    low

Precipitation: 8% snow
Humidity: 94%
Wind: 7.4 km/h

January 30

Foggy until evening.

  • -4°
    high
  • -11°
    low

Precipitation: 11% snow
Humidity: 94%
Wind: 6.9 km/h

Manitoba 150 River Trail Conditions

  • are updated a minimum of once daily.
  • vary with weather conditions and extent of use.

The Manitoba 150 River Trail is built upon a moving body of water and the quality of the ice surface is not comparable to a flat surface or an indoor arena. Learn more about the full amenities available for the Arctic Glacier Winter Park and the Manitoba 150 River Trail.