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Q: Is it still possible to ice skate on Houhai?

Heard reports a few weeks back that people can go iceskating on the frozen lake, but haven't looked into it since. Is it still open for ice skating? 

9 years 35 weeks ago in  Arts & Entertainment - Beijing

 
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It won't be that frozen anymore. I saw other lakes that were frozen and saw people walking on it. By now the ice has already melted away and if you try to go iceskating now you may fall in and hurt yourself. So the answer to your question is no.

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I wouldn't do it if i were u. One of my friend went ice skating on Houhai and fell into the lake since the ice is not thick and strong enough. But u definitely can choose a in door ice skating place if u want to.

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Right now, I think it's a little too late. The weather is getting warmer, so I'm not sure if it would be safe. If you went a month ago during the freezing winds and -15 degrees, it would have been fine...

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