The inaugural Huntsville SnowFest brought a whole lot of winter fun to downtown Huntsville on Saturday, Feb. 22.
Festival-goers could bring your own equipment to enjoy the rare experience of skiing or snowshoeing down Main Street, or they could partake in a variety of activities presented by the Huntsville Lake of Bays Chamber of Commerce, the event hosts, or event sponsors.
There was snoga (snow yoga), a mini-terrain park with demos by Algonquin Outfitters and a kids’ Burton Riglet Park courtesy Hidden Valley Highlands Ski Area, skijoring demos courtesy of The SportLab, a disc golf course in River Mill Park, dog sledding, carnival games, and axe throwing.
At 4 p.m., the street was filled with fatbike enthusiasts for the inaugural Muskoka Fatbike Race, hosted by the Huntsville Mountain Bike Association.
Did you take in the first-ever Huntsville SnowFest? Tell us about your experience in the comments below.
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