On the cover of this year’s Jan./Feb. issue of Minnesota Monthly, you’ll see the “Sea Stack” of Tettegouche State Park. The rock formation had long jutted out of Lake Superior—until a late-2019 storm flattened it. Its demise served as a reminder: Get out there while the getting’s good. Don’t let winter keep you inside.
Or, y’know, do. It is pretty cold, after all. That’s why our 2020 Winter To-Do List has a section for indoor pursuits—in addition to brisk, cozy, wide-ranging outdoor activities and 46 can’t-miss events across the state.
The point is that you’re not stuck at home. We’ve broken our guide into sections for easy perusal. Keep scrolling, and get out—or in—there!
Twelve ways to do this season right outdoors—from biking and hiking to laser tubing and igloo bars. Click here to read.
Eight ways to stay warm while living it up—at craft workshops, new food halls, new places to drink (including sober options), a game show experience, and more. Click here to read.
Seeing a movie is such a dependable winter strategy, it deserves its own round-up. These five theaters are more than practical—they’re experiential. That means boozy ”adult shakes,” cult classics, and one big, big (big) screen. Click here to read.
Get up north, downtown, among the clouds, jamming out, fishing, reveling, taking in the performing arts, riding a giant kite across a frozen lake—and more January through February. Click here to read.