Winter Carnival 2021: Rebooted

With the theme “Level Up: Carnival Rebooted,” this year’s winter carnival is making the most of the idea of the virtual world of gaming: From arcade nights and scavenger hunts to multiplayer online video games and virtual conversations, community members can participate wherever they are.

For students on campus this term, there are plenty of outdoor activities to embrace the winter weather, including ice skating on the Green, ice sculpting, snow sculpting, snowshoe races, sledding, and skiing. 

This year’s carnival will run for three full weekends, from Feb. 5-21. Check Engage.Dartmouth.edu and the winter carnival website for upcoming events and activities.

Photos
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Justing Anderson and Joe Helble ice skating
Photo by Robert Gill
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girl throwing axe
Photo by Ryan McCann ’22
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Girl throwing axe to target
Photo by Ryan McCann ’22
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Students playing Pac Man inside Collis
Photo by Ryan McCann ’22
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Aerial view of the Skiway lodge and mountains
Photo by Robert Gill
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Aerial view of skating rinks on the Green, Baker Library, and mountains
Photo by Robert Gill
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Sign carved in ice announcing ice carving competition
Photo by Ryan McCann ’22
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Students playing hockey on the outdoor rinks
Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
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Students snowshoe racing on the Green
Photo by Eli Burakian ’00
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Students sitting around a fire pit on the golf course
Photo by Robert Gill
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Student carving an ice sculpture
Photo by Robert Gill
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Nordic skiers on the Hanover golf course
Photo by Keoni Ocalvey ’20, Th ’21
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Students pulling snow tubes and sleds up the golf course hill
Photo by Keoni Ocalvey ’20, Th ’21
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Students competing in Dog Sled races on the Green
Photo by Keoni Ocalvey ’20, Th ’21
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Snow tuber having a wild ride down the golf course hill
Photo by Robert Gill