Your Vancouver Outdoors Bucket List for Winter 2021/22

Skiing at Grouse Mountain near Vancouver

Skiing at Grouse Mountain Tourism Vancouver / Kazutoshi Yoshimura

Winter is coming! In Vancouver, that means snow in the mountains, skiing, snowshoeing, and lots more. Here are our picks for Vancouver outdoor activities you’ll want to add to your winter bucket list for winter 2021/22.

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Your Vancouver Outdoors Bucket List for Winter 2021/22

Vancouver’s Polar Bear Swim Turns 100! Plus 4 Other Places to Polar Bear Swim in Metro Vancouver

Vancouver Polar Bear Swim

Vancouver Polar Bear Swim. Photo credit: Sherwood411 on Flickr

If you’ve never jumped into the ocean on New Year’s Day before, next year might be the time to start. Vancouver’s legendary Polar Bear Swim celebrates its 100th anniversary in 2020! Plus, there are four other Vancouver-area Polar Bear Swims happening on New Year’s Day.

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Vancouver’s Polar Bear Swim Turns 100! Plus 4 Other Places to Polar Bear Swim in Metro Vancouver

Will You take the Plunge at the 93rd Annual Polar Bear Swim?

Polar bear swim vancouver 2014

The faces say it all.
Image courtesy of GoToVan | Flickr.com

The Polar Bear Swim is an icy, scream-inducing tradition that happens every New Year’s Day on the frigid beaches of English Bay. An event for the fearless, the adventurous and yes–the crazy, the 93rd annual Polar Bear Swim in Vancouver is being held at 2:30pm, January 1st, 2014 at English Bay Beach for those of you that want to kick off the new year shivering, half-naked, and freezing.

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Will You take the Plunge at the 93rd Annual Polar Bear Swim?