I Hate Winter

I Hate Winter

A Guide to Winter Outings in Ontario

Book - 1999
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For all of us who begrudge the arrival of winter but who are resigned to make the most of it. Contrary to its title, this book embraces the cold, snowy season in Ontario. Written and intrepidly researched by the Toronto Star 's "Outdoors Ontario" Travel columnist, I Hate Winter tells you about places where chickadees will eat sunflower seeds from your hand, where you can tube down a hill at 80 kph, snap photos of erupting ice volcanoes, or snowshoe to the source of a sulfur spring that never freezes. Fifty-one hot cold spots to cross-country ski, snowshoe, winter camp, toboggan, tube, skate, hike and witness winter's spectacles.

Publisher: Erin, Ont. : Boston Mills Press, 1999
ISBN: 9781550463187
1550463187
Branch Call Number: 917/.13/044/Leb 359401 1
Characteristics: 167 p. : ill., maps

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