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World's Greatest Outdoor Rinks and Skating Spots

Vermillion Lakes, Alberta, Canada

This project is for everyone who loves the refreshing winter air and sound of skates carving clean ice.

If you've ever skated outdoors in the presence of mountains, enjoyed the wildlife under a clear frozen sheet of ice while skating, it is surely a memory you will never forget.

Discover over 900 skating destinations!  What started as a small project to map great ponds and lakes for skating has expanded to include rinks, craters, reservoirs, skate paths, canals, and more. We spent days scouring Instagram and Google Maps to locate the these great destinations for you to enjoy.  Whether you're looking for a new place to skate, or interested in learning more about different skating spots around the World, you've come to the right place.  You'll be surprised where you'll find a great skating experience!

Discover The World's Greatest Outdoor Rinks & Skating Spots Here! 

Feel free to share this list by linking this page

41 Countries Featuring Outdoor Rinks 40 Countries Featuring Indoor Rinks
Austria
Belarus
Belgium
Bulgaria
Canada
Croatia
Czech Republic
Denmark
Estonia
Finland
France
Germany
Greece
Hungary
Iceland
India
Italy
Japan
Kazakhstan
Latvia
Lithuania
Moldova
Nepal
Netherlands
Norway
Peru
Poland
Romania
Russia
Serbia
Slovakia
Slovenia
South Korea
Spain
Sweden
Switzerland
Turkey
UK
Ukraine
Uruguay
USA
Argentina
Australia
Azerbaijan
Bahrain
Bangladesh
Bermuda
Brazil
Bulgaria
Chile
Colombia, Nicaragua
Costa Rica
Ecuador
Egypt
Georgia
Guatemala
Hong Kong SAR
Indonesia
Iran
Lebanon
Macedonia
Malaysia
Mexico
Morocco
Myanmar
New Zealand
North Korea
Oman
Pakistan
Philippines
Portugal
Qatar
Singapore
South Africa
Taiwan
Thailand
Tunisia
United Arab Emirates
Venezuela
Vietnam
Yemen

 

Ice Safety

3" is generally accepted as safe ice depth for skating - but skate at your own risk as many factors such as what type of body of water, and weather conditions.  Ice depths at different parts of the body of water may also vary, so it's important to check multiple areas of the ice before skating.

Is The Ice Thick Enough?

There's no better way to check ice-depth than being on there and measuring yourself, but if you are far from the skating spot and want to know whether it's safe to skate before making the drive, Lake-link is a great resource for checking the depth of ice on US lakes. 

Help Improve This List

With your help, we can make this the most comprehensive list for hockey players and skaters everywhere!  If you'd like to share your favourite spot with the hockey and skating community, simply send us an email and include the location or google map link, along with your name and whether you'd like to be credited (e.g., submitted by Jason S.). Please note indoor rink locations will be accepted for destinations in warmer climates only.  Indoor rink/arenas will only be posted for locations where outdoor ice is unavailable.

Submit an unmarked skating/hockey location by email here.

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