Sometimes you want to head out to enjoy winter; other times you just want to cozy up. Either way, you’ve got plenty of options in Regina, Canada.
6 Regina Winter Get-Aways
Whether you’re into cross-country skiing or museum hopping, Regina is an easy—and exciting—place to spend an afternoon or a weekend.
Head to Wascana Centre
This urban park doesn’t slow down just because of a few snowflakes. Instead, it celebrates them with snowshoeing, tobogganing, ice-skating, and cross-country skiing. Prefer to enjoy the view without a workout? Head to The Willow on Wascana
for some of the city’s best food and
Explore Regina’s Museums
Use The Hotel Saskatchewan
, Autograph Collection as your home base, then head out to take in the Royal Saskatchewan Museum
, the Saskatchewan Science Centre
, or the MacKenzie Art Gallery
, where you’ll find an exhibition on Saskatchewan-born artist Agnes Martin that runs through April 28.
Warm up at the SpaAvicii Day Spa and Boutique
is a lovely way to warm up. Choose the hot stone massage, a body wrap, or the Fire & Ice Treatment, which takes you back and forth between a giant ice bath and a hot steam sauna filled with fresh herbs.
Spend a Day with the DogsSundogs Excursions
teaches you to run a dog team while taking in the beauty of the boreal forest— and maybe even seeing wolves running across a frozen lake. Both half-day and overnight excursions are offered.
Tour a Castle
Francis Darke constructed Stone Hall Castle
in 1926 to calm his wife, Annie, who was badly shaken by the 1912 tornado that devastated most of downtown Regina. Fill a winter weekend afternoon by booking a 1.5-hour tour of the castle or keep it super cozy (but rather pricey) and book the castle for the night for just under $1,500.
Take to the TrailPrince Albert National Park
offers groomed trails for cross-country skiing, including the popular Red Deer and Fisher trails. Other winter activities in the park include ice fishing, skating, winter camping, and kite-skiing.
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we’re proud to be serve the communities we call home—and we’re always up for a trip to Regina, where winter can be enjoyed on the trail, in a museum, or even at a spa.