Drive your Hyundai SUV to Winter Activities in Calgary!

There are some people who dread the onset of winter, but if only these people knew how best to take advantage of the season they’d quickly change their minds about a time of year that offers plenty to do for the great people of Calgary, AB. Drivers just need to hop into their versatile Hyundai automobiles and make the effort to take advantage of all the excellent things the area has to offer.

Here’s a look at some of the best of them:

Lake Louise Ice Sculpture Competition – Hop into your 2017 Hyundai Tucson and drive out to the Fairmount Chateau in Lake Louise to watch international teams of carvers compete to create the most amazing ice sculptures. There’s even a “Little Chippers” area there that shows kids how to make their own ice sculptures.

The Zoo Lights at Calgary Zoo – Every winter season, the Calgary Zoo strings up over 1.5 million lights throughout their facility, giving visitors a uniquely breathtaking look at the zoo. There also is hot chocolate, fire pits, and even snow bowling available, not to mention all the gorgeous animals already in residence.

Calgary Winter Festival – For 11 days in February, Calgary celebrates with music, entertainment, sports competitions, carnivals and all sorts of free family activities, making it a fantastic celebration of the area’s myriad winter activities. If you want to discover how to make the most of these frigid months, this is the place to be in February!

We hope that Country Hills Hyundai customers will get out and enjoy the winter months this year, as there really are plenty of great things to do. It might be cold, but Canadians not only can handle that, but thrive in it.

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