Skating Trail & Park Conditions

  • Open
  • Closed
  • Conditions Variable

Arctic Glacier Winter Park

  • Rink Under the Canopy
  • Rink at CN Stage
  • Skating Trails
    • Trails near CN Stage
    • Trails across rail bridge
    • Upper Trails

More info about the Arctic Glacier Winter Park

Nestaweya River Trail presented by The Winnipeg Foundation

  • 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 - Respect Health Guidelines

 

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

Please respect all current public health guidelines including physical distancing and the most current gathering and group sizes. 

 

June 28

Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • 21°
    high
  • 13°
    low

Precipitation: 10% rain
Humidity: 56%
Wind: 9 km/h

June 29

Possible light rain in the morning and afternoon.

  • 23°
    high
  • 12°
    low

Precipitation: 71% rain
Humidity: 68%
Wind: 19 km/h

June 30

Partly cloudy throughout the day.

  • 22°
    high
  • 14°
    low

Precipitation: 24% rain
Humidity: 66%
Wind: 20 km/h

Nestaweya River Trail presented by The Winnipeg Foundation Conditions

*THE RIVER TRAIL IS OFFICIALLY CLOSED FOR THE SEASON*

Note: The conditions highlighted here refer to the skating trails only. The walking and cross country ski trails may differ. Find the up to date walking and cross country ski trail information on The Forks social media accounts.

The Nestaweya River Trail presented by The Winnipeg Foundation 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 Nestaweya River Trail presented by The Winnipeg Foundation.