Jack Frost Challenge Bougeons en hiver February 2 – 8, 2020


A free, week-long winter challenge for ALL Manitobans. 

Gather a team of 1-5 family members, friends, or co-workers to complete 130 collective kilometres of outdoor activities. This could include walking, running, biking, skating, cross-country skiing, snowshoeing, tobogganing, & more!

All you need to do is register and log your kilometres of outdoor activity during the week!

Jack Frost Challenge Results | Résultats

Full results and prize winners from Jack Frost Challenge 2019

Jack Frost Challenge Prizes

Participate for a chance to win some of our awesome prize packs!

A Challenge for the Whole Family | Un Défi pour Toute la Famille

The Jack Frost Challenge has something for everyone; teachers, parents, and kids! 

Jack Frost Challenge FUNdraiser | Levée de Fonds

No matter what your motivation is, you can get more of it by participating in our Jack Frost Challenge FUNdraiser!

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Scheduled Events

Winter Bike to Work Day

You can find Green Action Centre at the corner of Assiniboine and Kennedy handing out hot chocolate, coffee, and doughuts from 7:00 – 9:00 AM

Try it Out Day

To wrap-up the eighth annual Jack Frost Challenge, Green Action Centre presents Try it Out Day!
Green Action Centre’s sustainable transportation team will be set up on the river from 1-4 pm to provide visitors with the opportunities to try out winter sporting equipment for free, such as; fat bikes and snowshoes. They will provide hot chocolate, educational resources, and enthusiasm for winter activities!

Why participate? 

The days are getting shorter and the temperatures are certainly dropping, but that doesn’t mean the fun should stop! The Jack Frost Challenge is back again, making it the ninth year in a row Green Action Centre is getting Manitobans outside and active during winter.

Many people see winter as the time to hibernate indoors, which has serious mental and physical health consequences. Studies show that children play lessolder adults walk outdoors less, and people, in general, are less physically active in winter.

The Jack Frost Challenge aims to combat the winter blues, which are especially blue in Manitoba. We have a tough winter, which makes us tougher.

Ways to get involved

It doesn’t matter how old you are, where you live, or how you get around, Jack Frost Challenge is for everyone!

Use GoManitoba to explore more of the great outdoors this winter. Take actions to qualify for additional prizes!

Kids want to play outside, no matter the season. See our Jack Frost Challenge for schools/kids events!

Bring Jack Frost Challenge to your town. Download our coordinator kit for tips and resources!

Jack Frost Challenge Countdown








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