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Outdoor Winter Activities – The Alvarado Real Estate Group

Outdoor Winter Activities

It is winter in Wisconsin – the perfect time to enjoy outdoor activities in the area for the brave. Madison’s beautiful lakes and surrounding areas make it a great place to take in the winter.

Ski
If you love to ski or want to get started, visit MadNorSki for adult and kid activities and membership. View a list of the areas popular trails including Cherokee Marsh, Door Creek Park, Elver park and more: Trail List

Candlelight Ski, Hike and Snowshoe
A beautiful way to enjoy the winter, you can experience trails in a whole new light! Scheduled through out the state, check out this list of events by the DNR to see when one lands near you or make it a trip! Candlelight Trails

Ice Skate
Don’t have skates? Don’t worry, skating rinks across the area rent skates. For a list of great rinks in the Madison area to skate or play hockey including Vilas Park, Warner Park, Tenny Park view: Ice Rink List

Sledding
From kid friendly to steep hill challenges, there are areas all over town to sled. Here is a list of some of the most popular hills in town: Sledding Locations

Are we missing anything? Let us know by emailing us at support@TheAlvaradoGroup.com and we’ll add it to the list!

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