Over the next few weeks we’ll be showing off Ontarians favourite ways to make the most of winter – whether it is bundling up and heading outdoors or cozying up inside. Here’s how Muskoka Instagrammer @jana_b_ananas makes the most of the cold weather to get outside in an Ontario winter.
“Exploring the trails of Algonquin Park is always visually stunning, but in Winter the park becomes an amazing 7,630 square kilometer Winter Wonderland! I spend a good amount of time absorbed in these Winter Landscapes for obvious reasons. #LoveWinter”
“The key to loving Winter is finding something you love to do outdoors! I like to spend Winter days strapped to my snowshoes exploring the quiet bright-white forest in freshly fallen snow!”
“Shorter days means we don’t have to wait as long for sunset…Exploring a Winter Forest at Sunset is the perfect afternoon in my eyes. I particularly love the winter scenes at Arrowhead Provincial Park! Well known for an abundance of fun winter activities, Arrowhead is a great place to love Winter :)”
“I never let the cold discourage me from having fun, getting outside and enjoying nature! Living in Muskoka, it’s impossible to not enjoy all things snow! Muskoka naturally has some of the best snowshoeing and skiing trails in Ontario. There’s nothing more exciting than being strapped to snowshoes or skiis, accessing nature in a unique way and spending the day in dreamy snowy scenes.”
“I look forward to the quiet and solitude of the forest in the Winter months. It’s also the perfect season for wildlife watching. I love the thrill of discovering and following fresh tracks through the forest in hopes of a sighting of a moose! With a moose population in the thousands, Algonquin Park is one of the best places in Ontario to experience wildlife in their natural environment.”
See more of @jana_b_ananas Ontario photography here.
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