Where is the world’s longest ice-skating trail?
Is ice skating one of your favorite parts of winter? In Canada, you can skate to your heart’s content on the naturally frozen Lake Windermere Whiteway in Invermere, British Columbia, near the Alberta Border. It holds the Guinness World Record for the longest ice skating trail in the world, measuring a whopping 18.63 miles — or the length of more than 370 football fields.
The looped track is professionally groomed, and it’s also a popular place for other winter activities such as ice fishing, cross-country skiing, hockey, or even just a stroll on the ice surrounded by the idyllic Columbia Valley.
Answer: The correct answer is British Columbia