It was a case of rain, hail, shine or snow for Orange's extreme sports addicts on Saturday.
With temperatures topping out at 2.1 degrees Celsius one would've been forgiven for taking the day off exercise.
Undeterred, weekend runners, riders and golfers stuck to routine and got outdoors, despite the city being covered in a blanket of snow.
More than 50 runners pulled up their socks at 8am to take part in the 145th Parkrun around Gosling Creek.
Tristan Harrison braved the blizzard conditions in boardshorts.
Mr Harrison said despite how things may have appeared, it wasn't the coldest Parkrun he's taken part in over the last two winters.
"It wasn't too bad," he said.
"Living in Orange, I prefer to run in the cold and the wet.
Mr Harrison said running every Saturday was "just what we do".
"It's the first time I've ever run in snow though, which was pretty cool."
At an even higher altitude, a group of 10 Orange Mountain Bike Club members geared up to get to the top of the mount.
The riders left from Mitchells Way to peddle to the top of Mount Canobolas in the snow, as is their annual tradition.
Kim Broadfoot said it was both very cold and very beautiful, but not very dangerous.
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"You ride to your capabilities," she said.
"We didn't do anything silly. It's about the social fun."
Mrs Broadfoot said mother nature gave them a taste of falling snow, hail and rain.
"It's nice to experience Orange in all seasons and this was a great opportunity to do so."
Mrs Broadfoot said she'd join the snow cycling procession again next time.
"Not this year though," she said. "Once is enough."
A fairly thick cover of white powder didn't put off the golfers at Duntryleague either, with a few dedicated souls hitting the green even when it turned white.
Duntryleague Professional Shop manager John Furze said a group of five members got through nine holes before calling it quits, with member John Cobb turned up to have a hit at about 10am.
"He must've played the whole 18 holes on his own," Mr Furze said.
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