A winter obstacle course in a rope park, a reindeer sled ride, a ski bike race and many other ways to enjoy winter in Russia.

Christmas and New Year holidays are over but the coldest months are still to come. And winter may be one of the best times to truly enjoy Russia, especially with super low prices for accommodation. Here are some of the best Moscow winter activities that you might have never heard of.

Panda Park in winter might be the best place for an active team-building program. Have you ever wondered how Indiana Jones would test his skills in Russian frost? You will have an opportunity to go through an obstacle course on a rope park, several meters high between the trees. Do no worry, it is completely safe. But no less exciting!

Master class in ice or snow sculpture is held every weekend in Sokolniki park or can be organized specifically for your group with instruction of the best professionals in Russia. You can even create the logo of your own company in ice. Not sure you will be able to take it back home as a souvenir though. But memory of that wonderful experience will stay with you forever.

Did you know there are ski bikes? Not a snowmobiles, but real bicycles with skies instead of wheels? You can try out this new vehicle in Moscow parks and make a real race with your fellow travelers. It is also a great workout.

Ice breaker on the Moskva river will show you the best sites of the capital at a nice warm dinner. It might not be a real ice breaker that travels to the North Pole but its less expensive and far more comfortable version provided by Radisson Royal hotel but nonetheless you will hear ice cracking under the boat.

Reindeer and huski sled ride will make you feel like a true inhabitant of the North. You will also learn about the northern native peoples and visit their reconstructed traditional houses and have a delicious lunch.

These are just several of the many many ways to experience winter in Russia. Contact #russkieprostori DMC and learn more about our other incentive programs!