The harsh chill of January winds, the mounds of lake effect snow forming a foreboding cavern leading up to your front door — winter is a time when it’s all too easy to stay indoors. But I’m going to bet you didn’t pick this guide up or wander over to cnywinter.com because you wanted to hide under a blanket until May. Lucky for you, there are tons of exciting things going on all around you in Central and Upstate New York.
The practice offers frosty fun and a big help to Special Olympics participants
With 17 different locations, Cayuga County launches innovative ‘Sweet Treat Trail”
When I tell people that I stand in the middle of a river during the winter, first they think I’m joking. Then they think I’m crazy. To me, wasting an entire winter indoors is crazy. Here’s what you need to know if you want to enjoy a great day of fishing on the river, even in the cold.
Local sports teams offer plenty of opportunities to attend a variety of sporting events during the winter
You still can find fresh food at several winter farmers markets in Central New York
Life goes on for more than 700 zoo animals at Rosamond Gifford Zoo at Burnet Park
CALENDAR OF EVENTS
SPECIAL REGIONAL MAP
All you want to know about the white stuff
If you love winter outdoor recreation and can plan ahead, winter camping might be for you.
One of the benefits of Oswego County’s vast rural landscape—at 953 square miles of land, it’s one of the geographically largest counties in the state—is the potential it offers outdoor sportsmen
It’s hard to imagine a more welcoming aroma to find upon arriving at home than that of fresh, homemade bread
All winter flakes are not made of snow. Cold weather, with its low relative humidity, wreaks havoc on our skin, making it dry and flaky. Skin dries out if it’s deprived of moisture and this dryness often aggravates itchiness, resulting in a condition commonly referred to as “winter itch.”
Snowmobile fans get ready for major whiteout
WonderWorks at Destiny USA mixes fun with adventure