From Skiing to shopping to axe throwing, this tiny (but mighty) town is full of all types of fun and exciting activities.
There’s some great ways to stay active in the wintertime, even in Western New York. Instead of hibernating inside, we challenge you to brave the cold this season, and take advantage of these winter hiking spots.
During these long winter months, Buffalonians start seeking comfort in something that Buffalo does best, that’s right, food.
From events that will get you stoked for the holidays, to indoor activities that will keep you warm and cozy, we guarantee that you won’t be bored during these next few wintery months.
Looking to warm up with a bowl of Phở? Here’s where to look for this Vietnamese soup consisting of broth, rice noodles, herbs, and meat.
From darker, more robust beers like a sturdy stout to barrel-aged ales, Buffalo absolutely kills it when it comes to winter beers.
Have you ever tried snowshoeing? It may not be the number one activity that comes to mind when a fresh snowfall hits WNY, but it's a great way to get out of the house and enjoy the Buffalo winter weather. Our region is home to plenty of fantastic places to go...
A fresh snowfall calls for one of our favorite winter activities – sledding!
While admittedly you can hike during all seasons (winter at your own risk), we have rounded up a complete guide to hiking specifically in Allegany State Park–one of WNY’s most ideal locations for a day or weekend of outdoor activity.
Getting outside for hours at a time to ski or snowboard is one of the best ways to spend a winter day or night in Western New York.
Looking for fun, affordable ways to entertain yourself and the fam mid-winter in Western New York? Why not give snow tubing a try!
While things aren’t quite back to normal, there are plenty of ways to keep yourself entertained this winter – Buffalo style.
Where and how to book an igloo dining experience around town and what’s included.
The true essence of Ramen is a umami broth explosion with a tangle of hearty wheat noodles ready for slurping.
In case you haven’t noticed, one of the hottest trends in craft beer as of late has nothing to do with what’s in your glass, but rather, what’s under it.
For those of you wanting to make the most of rainy days in WNY, we’ve got a whole list of ideas. A little precipitation never hurt anyone.
Having so many hill options so close, I think we often overlook some fresh options with new routes that are just short drive away.