Winter Fun –
Just For The Health Of It
When it’s cold outside, do something for your insides. Get active and enjoy the health benefits of Canada’s outdoor winter playground. Warm up to the idea of winter fun and embrace the joys of healthy outdoor play. You’ve heard of Seasonal Affective Disorder or S.A.D.? Our efforts are designed to keep you happy all winter!
Explore our Below Zero page and discover new ways to connect with nature during the winter months. You can start by entering our Hinterland Who’s Who “Winter Wildlife Tracks Contest;” identify the weekly animal track to qualify for a Below Zero prize collection that includes a membership to GoodLife Fitness. Get the family outside by using the iNaturalist Canada app to hunt for winter wildlife. Or simply log into the Below Zero page weekly for great ideas on things you can do to warm up to winter fun! Embracing outdoor activity is a great way to reap the health benefits gained by celebrating temperatures “below zero!”
Take The Hinterland
Winter Wildlife Tracks Contest
Human snowbirds love to head south when temperatures in Canada drop below zero. For all other forms of wildlife, winter inspires a variety of behaviour, from settling into hibernation to embracing all-out survival tactics.
For our Hinterland Who’s Who Winter Wildlife Tracks Contest, we’re introducing you to eight species making tracks across Canada in the winter. Guess which species made the track to instantly qualify. Log in all eight weeks and earn eight chances to enter. You could win our amazing Below Zero prize pack that includes the following prizes:
- A certificate redeemable for a 3-month membership at any GoodLife Fitness in Canada
- A collection of GoodLife Fitness merchandise
- A full-year digital subscription to your choice of Canadian Wildlife, Biosphère, WILD or Faunetastique magazine
- A numbered print of the Pierre Francis Surtes painting Arctic Springtime – Polar Bear
- A copy of the new CWF-endorsed book Feed The Birds