Basically the ice is24-26 F and the building is 63 F, but several other factors take effect on temperatures. Like humidity (inside), outdoor temperature when it gets inside, and others. 1-2 degrees change can make a big difference. It has to keep being changed to stay within a certain temperature and humidity.
The NHL requires that all rinks maintain a temperature of 25 degrees plus or minus 1. The Rinks use distilled water filtered by reverse osmosis to eliminate any impurities. The ambient temperature/humidity in the arena is set to 58 degrees with RH between 35% - 40%. Each arena has variations due to geographical, topographical, and environmental factors. E.G. The Pepsi Center in Denver is much higher than Madison Square Garden in NYC.
Previous answer is vague:
At an indoor refrigerated floor ice rink anywhere from the mid teens to high twenties Fahrenheit. Generally colder for hockey, warmer for figure skating. The best temperature for any given ice surface will be dependent on many factors. Air temp and humidity levels, quality of water used, and type of use to name a few.
An ice rink is about 0°C, which equals 32°F. The reason a skating rink is kept at a maximum of the water's freezing point 0oC is to keep the ice from melting, so that the skaters don't end up in a swimming pool.
Around freezing. Indoor hockey and skating arenas usually don't heat the air that much, to avoid "wetting" the ice.
Just take a light jacket or a long sleeve shirt
32 degrees Fahrenheit and lower
most ice skaters are used to the cold of the rink so no she probably does not get cold
skating No, it means at the ice-skating rink (skating is le patinage) It actually means ice rink
in an ice rink
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No, there isn't because the wood wouldn't be able to withstand the cold needed to freeze the ice.Yes there is or was, It was called "Side by Side" there was a roller skating rink on one side of the building and on the other side was an ice skating rink. I use to go to it all the time when I was younger. I havent been able to find any websites for it though anymore. Such a shame.
an ice rink