Winter in Calgary’s Parks

I think this is the first time I’ve been able to do a winter post. Owning a car now means I have the mobility to see all parts of the city that aren’t easily accessible by transit.

I hope you enjoy my selection of images captured at various parks over the past several months.

Calgary is full of dog owners who are out at all times of the year.

This is one way of walking your dog; dog sledding in Griffith Woods.

Only a few remnants of summer remain, as some plants and grasses stick out of the layer of white snow.

A small transmission tower in Nose Hill Park.

Rugged winter tires enable the most dedicated cyclists to enjoy their sport in winter. Nose Hill Park is a popular destination at all times of the year.

My neighbourhood seems a little more cozy with some snow.

It’s too cold for a picnic in South Glenmore Park.

The Glenmore Reservoir seems a bit smaller when frozen over than it does in the summer with canoes, kayaks, and others out on the water. The mountains can be seen in the distant background.

I hope you enjoyed this post.

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