Loop and lutz your way around the Columbia Valley! There are many places for skaters of all levels to take in the sights while gliding around the ice.
Lake Windermere Whiteway
Skate the World’s Longest Skating Path, the Lake Windermere Whiteway!
Running from Kinsmen Beach in Invermere and looping across Lake Windermere, the Whiteway is truly a winter must-have experience. Lace up your skates and enjoy uninterrupted views of the Purcell & Rocky Mountains while cruising down the frozen lake.
This multi-use trail carves out space for skaters, Nordic skiers, walkers, and fat bikers. Take in incredible views of the mountains surrounding the Columbia Valley while skating along a plowed trail.
Community Outdoor Rinks
Nothing is more iconically Canadian than enjoying a local community skating rink! Lace up your skates, grab hot chocolate, and take to the ice.
Frank’s Rink - Edgewater
The large, covered rink is a community hub in Edgewater. There are covered benches, washroom facilities, and friendly faces to skate around with or join in on a game of hockey.
Take a spin on the centrally located rink in Radium: beautiful during the day with views of the Rockies and magical at night with large flood lights. With washrooms, a picnic area, and fire pits, it’s a great place to spend a winter day.
Community Indoor Rinks
Explore indoor rinks and skating opportunities in the Columbia Valley.
Eddie Mountain Memorial Arena in Invermere offers family skating at select times. Check out a schedule here.
The Canal Flats arena is popular for hockey tournaments throughout the winter months. Check their schedule for rental availability and public skating.
Rent skates for your winter fun in the Columbia Valley. Find skate rentals in Radium at Far Out Adventure Hub or in Invermere at Inside Edge.