|Start of the Rideau Canal Skateway.|
In 1925 it was designated as a National Historic Site of Canada. In 2000 it was designated as a Canadian Heritage Site. In 2005 it was named the Largest Naturally Frozen Ice Rink by Guinness World Records and in 2007 it became a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
|Me near the beginning.|
Rideau is actually French for curtain, which describes how it looks where the two rivers that make up the Rideau, the Ridea River and the Cataraqui River, meets at the Ottawa River.
|Enjoy a beavertail while skating (one of the stalls you see on the Rideau).|
|Example of how it empties later on.|