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Strap On Your Skates: Let's Hit the Ice!

Winter time is also ice-skating time. In Lugano, you have several picturesque opportunities to venture onto the ice. The largest ice rink can be found at the Corner Arena, which is open throughout the entire winter season. Please check https://www.lugano.ch/vivere-lugano/sport/infrastrutture-sportive/pista-ghiaccio-resega/ for more details.

In Melide, you can carve your curves with a view of the lake. It is open from December 1st to January 14th. You can find all information online at: https://www.melide.ch/melide-ice.html.

In Massagno, there is an ice surface made of synthetic ice. Special skates can be rented on-site, but traditional skates are also allowed. The rink is open from December 5th to January 7th. Opening hours and all further information can be found online: https://www.massagno.ch/Flyer-programma-Massagno-InPista-948d4f00.

Another synthetic ice rink can be found in Piazzale di San Provino in Agno starting from December 8th until January 7th. The rental of special skates for 2.- is mandatory. You can find all information on: https://www.agno.ch/index.php?node=446&lng=1&rif=bb250f9642.


If you're up for a magical winter day trip, I've got just the spot for you – the Ice Path in Engadin. Open from December 24th. The Engadin Ice Path is a 3 km circular route that winds through the magical forests of Lower Engadin near the villages of Scuol and Sent. Following the Inn River and passing through the forest, you'll return directly to the starting point. Just magical! The most convenient way to travel is by train: From Scuol, the postal bus (Route No. 923) will take you to the Sent, Sur En Camping stop. From there, it's only a short walk to the Ice Path. With the car you can park by the Camping Sur En. Hours and all necessary information can be found online: https://eisweg-engadin.ch.



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